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Syracuse Herald Journal (Newspaper) - May 5, 1990, Syracuse, New YorkA2 Syracuse May 1990 the nation sex Model convicted Milwaukee a woman who once posed nude for play boy with her twin sister was convicted Friday of evading taxes on Money she allegedly got from an elderly millionaire in Exchange for sex. Prosecutors contended Lyn Nette Harris and her sister collected More than million in Cash and goods from the late David Kutzik for spending alternate nights with him. A . District jury found guilty of two felony counts of tax evasion and two Mise Meanor counts of failing to file income tax returns. The charges involve her failure to report As income she received from Kritzik from 1984 to 1987. The taxes amount to said . Attorney Mel Johnson. She could be sentenced to a maximum of 12 years in prison and fined her identical twin Leigh Ann is to be tried in june on similar charges involving allegedly unpaid taxes on the associated press skipper blasts Navy a. The skip per of the Iowa fired a departing Salvo at the saying it had mishandled a probe into the gun Turret explosion that killed 47 sailors aboard his ship last year. Facing the guns of the battleship where the sailors died on april capt. Fred p. Moosally said at his retire ment ceremony Friday the men who handed the report were More interested in the Navy s image than the Good of the Crew. Moosally said the investigation was handled by people who used and opinions based on unsubstantiated third party unsubstantiated reports and the Navy s investigation concluded sabotage by gun Ner s mate Clayton Hartwig caused the blast. It said har who died in the was disgruntled and suicidal about How the Navy had treated him for promotion and assignments. The associated press slaying comes before talks slaying continued from Page Al de Guzman said Fredette was walking along a Side Street in Olon Gapo when one of five suspected communist new people s army members shot him once in the neck with a handgun. The five escaped on foot after the shooting. Fredette was rushed to the Subic base Hospital where he died one hour de Guzman added. The slaying is under investigation by both . Naval and Philip Pine authorities. After the . Authorities cancelled off base leave and non essential travel for the . Defense department civil ians and military dependents at Subic and the five other -mn bases throughout the country. Filipino and . Authorities have been concerned about the safety of americans after local military officials reported an alleged member of the communist new people s army hit squad was arrested in Olon Gapo last week and four other members of the team were still at Large. Documents seized from the arrested Dionisiy indicated a plan by the insurgents to assassinate americans in the City before the opening of talks May 14 on the future of six . Military facilities in the Philip Pines. K the assayed press soviet foreign minister Eduard gestures Friday following talks with . Secretary of state James Baker m West on Germany s role in a new Europe. Latvia seeks est s help Byeff Sallot Toronto Globe and mail soviet Union As the militia moved in to prevent a confrontation Between latvians and members of the russian parliament voted Friday night to declare Latvia Independent from the soviet Union. The latvian parliament immediately appealed to other govern ments to extend diplomatic recognition and material Assis Tance because of the threat of a soviet economic embargo similar to the one imposed on neighbor ing Lithuania. With Friday s soviet president Mikhail Gorbachev faces a solid lineup of All three Baltic states wanting to leave the soviet Union. The latvian Reso Lution does not go As far As the earlier declarations of Independence by Lithuania and Estonia. It says there will be a Transi Tion period until Latvia can become fully Independent in fact and not just on paper. The Dura Tion of this transition period was not but the latvians Hope they will be Able to per Suade Gorbachev to open negotiations As soon As possible. He has refused to talk to Estonia and Lithuania. Many latvians expect a soviet economic something Lithuania is enduring. The lat Vian parliament called on All european Canada and the United states to include the ques Tion of Independence for the bal tic republics on the Agenda of an International conference on euro Pean which is expected later Tho Vest. The latvian declaration said the soviet government violated International Law in 1940 and used military aggression to occupy and Annex Latvia and latvian the Resolution was adopted by a 138-0 with one abstention. Fifty seven members of the russian boycotted the which came after a two Day filibuster by the communist party. Baltic move for Independence a look Independence moves by the soviet Batty forcibly annexed by Moscow in Lithuania the supreme Council parliament declared its Independence on March 11. The Kremlin has imposed an economic embargo of natural Gas and other raw materials on the Republic of 3.8 million trying to Force it to Back off some of its taws that Foster Independence. Lithuanian officials Are pressing for negotiations with which has not responded. Estonia the supreme soviet parliament on March 30 declared the soviet Union an occupying Power and pledged to restore full Independence alter an unspecified period. Since soviet president Mikhail s. Gorbachev has offered a Republic of 1.5 in a kind of soviet Union if it drops its Independence bid. Latvia the supreme soviet parliament declared its Independence although the measure Calls for secession after an undetermined transition during which there presumably would be negotiations with Moscow. About 54 percent of the population of 2.7 million is and the rest Are from other ethnic mostly and Many oppose Independence. Gorbachev also has offered the Republic special status in a if it Abandons its secessionist ways. Poland Loci Oes -------------1 soviet Union Tate Bush says . To boost role Dallas morning news still okla. Presi Dent Bush signalled european allies on Friday that the United states intends to remain a key player militarily in nato and will assume a More Active role in Forg ing a political and economic Strat egy for the Region. Addressing graduates at okla homa state Bush also reaffirmed plans to cancel modernization of Short Range nuclear mis Siles and artillery shells in Europe. He pledged again to meet with nato leaders in an attempt to devise a strategy that could reduce the number of Short Range nuclear weapons on the continent. Using the commencement to out line in Broad terms his goals for a new Bush urged nato leaders to meet As soon As possible to develop a strategy for future military deployment and to strengthen emerging democracies politically and economically. German role unresolved Bonn West Germany after hours of Taik. Secretary of state James a. Baker Iii and soviet foreign minister Eduard Ard adze gave no hints Fri Day of having narrowed their differences Over the relationship Between nato and a United Ger Many. Before talking to Shevardnadze repealed soviet opposition 10 membership by a United Germany in the .-ied North Atlantic treaty Organiza which includes West Germany. Baker said the question was one to be decided Between Ger Many and nato the 16 foreign ministers voted this week to insist that Germany must be part of the Western Alliance. Cox Hutn e. Berlin Cabinet cracks East Berlin a rift has developed in East Germany s first non communist with a major partner in the frag Ile coalition accusing leaders of letting West Germany dictate the terms for reunification. The East Berlin Cabinet stands a crack in the because we up to now cannot be held responsible for the outcome of the state Richard Schroeder. Head of the social Democrat faction in Parlia said Friday. Am worried about a break in the Axle on the Way to he said. Experts from both Germany met in East Berlin on Friday for ongoing talks on shifting East Germany away from a socialist Economy As quickly As possible. The associated press romanians demonstrate Romania anti government demonstrators calling for Radical Reform and the resignation of interim president Ion Iliescu protested in three romanian cities Friday As a top minister cautioned that real eco nomic change would take 10 years. Romania needs at least a decade to switch from a centralized communist Economy to a free Market National Economy minister Tud Orel Posto Lache told a news conference. The associated press Adirondacks study commission stakes out the Middle ground Adirondacks continued from Page Al the future of the 6 million acre Park. Throughout its 96-Page the commission tried to find a Middle ground Between environmental concerns and the need to provide a Liveli Hood for the people who Call these wild lands Home. The Herald journal obtained a copy of the which will be released to the Public at a press conference in Albany on tuesday. The commission recommended state acquisition of an additional acres in the including the creation of a Oswegatchie great wilderness in the Northwest Corner of the Adirondacks. The vast untamed tract would become the largest wilderness in the Northeast and would bring 52 percent of the Park into state ownership. As was Long the group also called for a new Adirondack Park led by a Park superintendent and a cadre of for est rangers and to Man age Public lands. The planning and regulation of both Public and Pri vate lands would be the province of an Adirondack Park administration. A Park wide Community development funded by a tax on luxury Home would be established to provide Adirondacks Park facts the new York owns 42 percent of the land within the boundaries of the 6-million-acre Park. In there were 564 Large landowners those with 500 or More acres holding a Little More than 2 million acres. The Forest products Industry owns 54 percent of that almost double the acreage of 20 years ago. The Fate of the to a Large rests primarily with these owners. The Adirondack Park Agency estimates some single family Homes a 42 percent increase have been added to the Park Between 1967 and 1987. Sales of subdivided property tripled Between 1982 and and by 1988 had doubled again. At full use under existing zoning the 2.7 million acres designated As the Park s most environmentally fragile lands could hold new Homes. An additional new Homes could be built elsewhere in the Park. In building to the fullest extent of the Law would cause the Park s population to balloon from to Well Over 1 million residents. Affordable As Well As Community in Hamlet areas. Whatever its Fate in the state the report is certain to rekindle the Battle Over land use in the Century old Park. The largest state or National Park outside the Adiron Dacks Are a unique Patchwork of private lands and Public holdings guaranteed by the state Constitution to remain in when an earlier wave of second Home development threatened the a commission appointed by then gov. Nelson Rockefeller devised a system of land use controls that at the unprecedented. Of the Park s 3.5 million acres of private 53 percent was restricted to having just one House for each 43 acres. Home Sites of 8.5 acres were mandated for an additional 35 percent. The plan slowed but 20 years later new construction again was eroding what regulatory agencies Are fond of calling the Park s space its unbounded and untouched vistas. The failing of the original said George executive director of the Cuomo was its inability to foresee How quickly and How radically the real estate Market would change. Who helped draft the existing Adiron Dack land use map while working for the Rockefeller said no one predicted the Boom in Large building its that circumvent the Park s zoning controls. With the Centennial of the Crea Tion of the he there has come a growing sense that a uni fied vision must be forged for these last fragments of deep forests and wild peaks. Actions in the next few years will determine the land scape of maybe the next Century or Davis said. Nothing More critical than among the commission s other the Protection of privately owned land through the Purchase of conservation zoning changes and the Transfer of development rights. Extension of the Park s Boun Daries to include crab Island in Lake Champlain and state owned Forest lands adjoining the Park. The establishment of a Perma nent Adirondack Trust with Revenue from an anti speculation tax on property sales in the to Purchase land and easements. A of roads and Railroad nights of Way throughout the Park. A ban on military and civilian flights below feet. Legislation the department of environmental conservation to Purchase property at prices above fair Market reflecting the Public value of environmentally important land. Modification of state Aid for Mulas for Community develop health and to overcome the problems created by a sparse population spread Over a wide area. A narrow transition zone around the Park to safeguard the open space character of the Interior and provide Sites for Indus tries and jobs. Creation of a toll free number for Park information. Establishment of a state University agricultural and technical College within the Park. A sign ordinance. A program to revitalize lets. Aids cases total the associated press Switzerland nearly new cases of aids were registered in raising the number of victims reported worldwide to the world health organization said. Lottery winners Albany the winning number selected Friday in the new York state daily number lottery game is 832. The win four number is 1836. The winning numbers selected in the pick 10 lottery game Are the associated press corrections Herald Roumal reporters and editors strive for a fair and accurate news report. We will in this factual inaccuracies in our coverage. If you find a please Call 470-2265. Syracuse published by the Herald Box 4m 13221. Publication no. Second class postage paid at . Send address changes to the Syracuse . Box . Mail subscription rates for new York state. Postal zones 2 payable in Advance. Daily 1 or. 6 to. 3 to. 1 to paper 60 s46 80 123.40 17 20 postagi.54.40 13.60 4.50 total. 14800 7400 3700 1170 sunday paper 6500 3250 1625 500 postage. 2200 1100 550 180 total.87 00 43 50 21 75 6 80 sunday paper. 15860 7930 3965 1220 postage. 7640 3820 1910 630 total.23500 11750 5875 1850 outside new York All other Call 470-0050 for f forecast tonight an evening Sprinkle then partly Low about 40. Sunday a mix of Sun and High about 60. Forecast for 8 . Sunday lines show woh temperatures. 60 cow warm prs stuff High Shoress run s ez3 t storms flurries Snow Shuhy it. Cloudy Cloudy Well see some Sun sunday showers Are predicted from Oregon to Northwest from Illinois to new and in Maine. Thunderstorms Are expected in some parts of Minnesota and Florida weather data Sunset . High temperature 66. Sunrise sunday 5-52 . Low temperature 35. Record High temperature for 90 set 1944. Heating degree Days 14. Record Low temperature for 30 set in 1966. Precipitation for .30 inches. Tune in for weather data weather info Whon in Breed cart 34 hours Day on National oceanic and atmospheric administration radio frequency 161550 Mhz. The National weather service at Hancock Airport says the Syracuse area will enjoy some Sun sunday. Sunshine will be mixed with and the High temperature will be about 60 degrees. Meteorologists said an evening Sprinkle is possible tonight. Skies will then become partly Cloudy. The Low temperature will be about 40 degrees. The wind is to be from the Northwest at 5 to 15 Mph. We were to have rain tapering off to scattered after noon showers under Cloudy skies. The High was to reach Only about 55 degrees. Thunderstorms moved out of the South and brought rain Early today to the East. Fair skies Over the West promised hot weather. Flooding or High winds closed downed Power lines and chased people from their Homes in Ohio and Arkansas on Friday. In Crews in Augusta county worked Early today to restore Power after a severe storm killed two blew apart uprooted Trees and Tore Down Power lines. Strong thunderstorms Deve hourly readings time c in wind Tor. 9pjn. In pin. 11p.m. Lorn. 2am. 3ajo. 5am. 6am. 7an san. 49 49 a a 46 46 46 46 46 Friday 9 9 9 9 today 9 8 8 e 8 8 8 29.57 2990 2983 29.83 29.78 2972 2966 2942 29.60 29-57 29.55 2950 news readings Hancock Airport loped in warm and humid air in the Carolines on Friday and moved northward today along a cold front thunderstorms Early today were Over Philadelphia and new York City. Rain was falling from upstate new York across the new eng land coastline to Maine. On showers and thunderstorms developed Over the Eastern Seaboard and extended from Northern Alabama to the upper Ohio where heavy Rains fell. Was drenched with nearly an Inch of rain in two hours. 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