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DEMOCRAT AND CHRONICLE, ROCHESTER N.Y.. THURSDAY. JANUARY 31. 1991 HEW Y0I1K 50 Abrams ads prompt complaint state is charged with promoting the interests of the people of this state, not himself," Pataki wrote. He said he assumes the money for the ads came from either the state, or funds resulting from the lawsuit IkV 111 I J) R II)! : I c rS 'A A' i W 'C Ttf Ateociated Prau Janice and Sam Zelikson, center, rejoice with, from left, daughters Helene, Denise, Linda and Alice. Couples celebrate Super Lotto win Holocaust survivor to help people in Israel, Saudi Arabia The Associated Press NEW YORK A Holocaust survivor, an Internal Revenue Service supervisor and a formal wear company manager met the press yesterday as the latest winners of the $90 million Super Lotto jackpot Sam and Janice Zelikson of Yonkers, William and Eileen Jackson of Mastic Beach and Joseph and Dianne Barravecchio of Manalapan, N.J., each get $10 million for their winning tickets. Two of the six other tickets both bought by office pools have been turned in, said Lottery Executive Deputy Director Russell Gladieux. Zelikson, 61, his arm in a sling, said he thought he'd used up his quota of miracles this year when he survived being hit by a car in front of his glass store. The day he got out of the hospital he sent his daughters to buy lottery tickets, then they watched the drawing that night on television. "We were all in shock," said daughter Helene Zelikson. "We had to hear the numbers five times." Zelikson, a Holocaust survivor from Latvia, said his joy has been tempered by the Persian Gulf War and the attacks on Israel, where he has relatives. He and his family said they would spend some of their winnings on Israel bonds. "Now we can help," Helene Zelikson said. "Now we can devote a lot of money to Israel and to the people in Saudi Arabia." - The Jacksons said they bought 100 tickets all with numbers picked by computer. They had to go through 95 losers before they found the one that matched all six numbers. Jackson, who owns an auto parts store in East-port, and his wife, who works for the IRS, say they plan to keep their jobs and hope their lives don't change. "I'm sure therell be things well have that we never had," Jackson said. "But I don't want it to change that much." They're planning to invest money in the store and use it to pay for college for their two teen-agers. Barravecchio, a production manager at After Five Party Formals in Manhattan, said he also would keep his job. "I have good bosses," he said. He said their eldest son, Santo, 22, was in Cancun, Mexico, and doesn't yet know about the Lotto win. "We're going down there," he said. "We're going to surprise him." A group of 13 employees of First Boston Corp. in Manhattan turned in their winning ticket Tuesday. Gladieux said 39 Board of Education employees in Paterson, N.J., also had a winning ticket TV spots political, legislator charges By Bilty Hou Gannett News Service ALBANY Attorney General Robert Abrams is using a blitz of new state-produced commercials and free public service TV time to boost his own political agenda, a Republican assemblyman charged yesterday. On the heels of reports this week that Abrams will seek the Democratic nomination for the seat now held by U.S. Sea Alfonse D'Amato, Assemblyman George Pataki, R-Peekskill, wrote to Abrams yesterday urging him to pull the new commercials off the air "as quickly as possible." But Abrams spokesmen say there's no political motive behind the ads. The spots, in which Abrams is featured, alert viewers of the court settlement reached in October between his office and auto makers for refunds on car repairs under the state's Lemon Law. "The Attorney General of this Slaying suspect describes lover's intention The Associated Press WHITE PLAINS The night his wife was murdered Paul Solomon told his lover, Carolyn War-mus, that they had no future together, according to a tape recording and transcript introduced yesterday at Warmus' trial. "He just couldn't see it in the cards," Warmus told investigators on Jan. 16, 1989, hours after Betty Jeanne Solomon, 40, was found shot to death. Warmus, speaking on tape, said Paul Solomon told her they may continue to date and could even be "the best of friends," but he also told her "Even if he gets divorced, he can't think he'll marry ever." Warmus, 27, is charged with second-degree murder. Prosecutors say she killed Betty Jeanne Solomon because she had a "consuming desire to possess" the woman's husband. The tape recording and transcript played in Westchester County Court was debated Tuesday when defense lawyers argued the transcript was inaccurate and the tape barely audible. 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