Lexington Herald-Leader from Lexington, Kentucky on January 5, 1990 · 1
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Friday, January 5, 1990
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W W i1JI- W 1 vvvC£?‘V -v £' -I t 1 - - Vw-viV5’C: i IK ' h-La i-rti i S&fcj i?' i? tc Y : iriL --v v- -tf a rv-e f - : Four stars for ‘Fourth of July Tom Cruise excels in Vietnam film says critic Ebert — Weekender B1 Cincinnati upsets U of L 71-66 — Sports D1 Airline discounts surcharges - 5f- Rosie recycling likely to grow — CftyState Cl I CHANCE OF PRECIPITATION Partly cloudy — 45 Lexington Herald-Leader Vof 8 No 3 Bluegrass Final Lexington Kentucky January 5 1990 48 pages 35 cents Wilkinson offers tough environmental plan Highlights of package Gov Wallace Wilkinson's environmental program indudes: A proposal for mandatory garbage collection for every household and business in Kentucky Emergency roles that provide stricter standards for landfills Allocation of $25 million more for environmental enforcement during tfie next two years A moratorium on new solid waste incinerators More money and workers to enforce cleanup of hazardous waste sites A recycling program for state government Developing a plan to cut Kentucky's waste production by 35 percent within live years Increasing drinking water testing end ground-water protection Improving monitoring of air quality Proposal includes $25 million for enforcement critics pleased By Bob Geiger Herald-Laadar (tad writer FRANKFORT — Gov Wallace Wilkinson yesterday presented sweeping changes in Kentucky’s environmental laws which he said would make the state’s regulations among the toughest in the nation The governor also said he would call for $25 million more for the Department of Environmental Protection during die next two years an unprecedented increase of 110 percent in the department’s budget The additional money would enable the department to beef up enforcement efforts by hiring 200 new workers IGENERAO ASSEMBLY Environmentalists- who have criticized the Wilkinson administration during die last few months generally were pleased with the governor’s plan Wilkinson will use his administrative authority to make several of the major changes but he left for the legislature a proposed mandatory garbage collection law that is Houaa commlttBB conaldara Mil to allow aolzuro forfeiture of property belonging to convicted drug dealera other legleletlve newe Page A4 Mandatory garbage collection would bo a laglaladva hot potato Pago A8 likely to be the most controversial part of his program There have been protests around the state against out-of-state garbage and the landfills proposed to accommodate it Wilkinson said he would take every step possible Hwaiatorsiphi casaatMny to prevent out-of-state garbage from Gov Wallace Wilkinson outlines environ-(TUm to garbage AS) mental proposals at news conference Alabama’s Curry goes home to think over UK offer By John Clay Htrald-LMdar tiaff writer It’s up to Bill Curry Curry the University of Alabama’s head football coach ended his two-day tour of Lexington yesterday having been offered the same position at the University of Kentucky but saying he needed time to make a decision "We will return home now and evaluate this and some other opportunities and decisions that we have to make" Curry said before boarding a plane for Atlanta "And well have a decision just as soon as possible” Kentucky Athletics Director CM Newton who escorted Curry wife Carolyn and son Bill to the airport confirmed that UK had officially asked the 47-ycar-old Curry to succeed Jerry Claiborne who announced his retirement Nov 28 "It’s as official as H can be” Newton said "My feeling is and has been for a lung time that Bill Curry would be an excellent football coach here” Newton said however that if Curry did turn down Kentucky’s offer the schtxil would pick from the four remaining candidates — Eastern Kentucky coach Roy Kidd Tampa Bay Buccaneers assistant Richard Williamson ex-University of Pittsburgh coach Mike Gottfried and Houston Oilers assistant Doug Shively — (Turn to CURRY AS) US court suspends abortion-consent law Start w ' report CINCINNATI — The US 6th Circuit Court of Appeals has ordered a halt to enforcement of a Kentucky law that requires parental consent or permission from a judge for girls under age 18 to obtain an abortion The ruling which was Issued Wednesday noted that the state had not objected to delaying enforcement of the law The appeals court said that the stay would trmain in effort pmding the outcome of two cases before the US Supreme Cmrrt The decision came in a case the American Civil Lilxnies Union filed on behalf of a group of Louisville area obstetricians and gynecologists that seeks to strike down a law passed aftit heated debate in tlie 1 W6 General Assembly Shortly after (lie law's enactment a federal judge issued an injunction blinking its enforcement hut the apprals court lifted that order in April 1W saying that the law should take effect while arguments over its validity continued in court (Turn to ABORTION AS) AUvk Autoo'ol y new CS business A3 C'ly Smie Section C DasS'l-eJ CS Comics DB ItlilOOfl'S AI2 3 loilory D? Movies bfl Oh'fuanes D6 People back page Spo'I Seclon D television 03 Weather back page Fallen Noriega enters no plea to charges in Miami courtroom By Ronnie Ramos and Martin Merzer Kmght-Ridder News Service MIAMI — Manuel Antonio Noriega yesterday entered no plea to accusations that he earned $46 million by conspiring with Colombia's vicious Medellin cartel to ship cocaine through I’anama to the United States Frank Rubino attorney for the ousted leader of Panama said the refusal to enter a plea was to protest ran illegal invasion" of Panama by the United States The judge entered pleas of not guilty on Nunrga's behalf Noriega accompanied by his attorneys appeared before LS District Judge William llocvckr late yesterday afternoon lie monitored the proceedings with the help of an interpreter Also in the courtroom was US Attorney Dexter Lchtinen wIk apparently will participate in the prosecution Asked whether he was in good health and understood the charges against him Noriega said "yes" The judge then ordered Noriega held without bond prnding a kmg series of pretrial hearing With the dramatic end to Noriega's exile his arraignment on drug trafficking charges and jubilation at his departure in I’anama City US officials looked toward withdrawal of combat forces in I’anama President Bush sent Gen Gdin Powell chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff to work out plans for the return of some of the 14000 US troops sent to aid the 12000 station'd there in the Dec 20 invasion White House spokesman Marlin Fitxwater said that 2000 of the troops had returned home and "I I Other Noriega stories inside The drug-trafficking case against fallen Panamanian dictator Manuel Noriega is riddled with legal land mines Page A2 The Vatican said yesterday that Noriega was given no special guarantees beyond the promise of a fair trial in the United States before he agreed to leave the papal embassy and surrender to US tnxips Wednesday night Page A2 would expect a fairly steady stream of withdrawals over the next several weeks" Pentagon spokesman Pete Williams said that those leaving were being replaced with military police and others Noriega faces 145 years in prison and $11 million in fines if convictrd on all 12 counts of the February 1W8 indictment The charges allege that Noriega 51 not only helrd the Medellin cartel ship cocaine to the United States but also allowed drug traffickers to launder nvxtry in I’anama and to ship drug pnxvKsing chemicals tlimugh the nation He also is accused of traveling to Havana so that Cuban I ’resident Fidel Castro coutd mediate a dispute between Noriega and the cartel the world's largest cocaine-trafficking gang Never before has a former head of state been toppled by US mili-(Turn to NORIEGA AS) Cinemark theaters to open Jan 12 with lower prices By Kevin Osbourn HetaM LMrter busmett m1 The kmg awaited debut of two Lexington movie theater complexes will br Jan 12 creating competition for mnvirgum fur the first time since I'JHH Cinemark USA Inc will ujm two right scrrrn theaters on the same day — at Man (7 War llaoe near Richmond Road tuvl Mm o' War Boulevard and at The Mill At lexington Green off Nirhokisville Road near New Circle Road Cinemark wilt charge fiO rents to $1 less than its only competitor in Lexington Lorw Theatre Min-agement Corp which until now has owned all (lie city's 25 indoor screens Cinemark’s adult admission for rvrnmg shows will be $1 less than Lrws "We fn-l $6 is a little high" said ITiil Zachrrrfli Cinemark' director of promotion "Markets this si will range frrsn $5 to to $65(1 We try not only in Ixxinghm but nalionwidr to slay untk-r (lie na-lionnl avrrnge” Tickets for children senior citi-zrns and matinee movie will tje $1 at tlie new llieater Zac herd ti said I news charge $150 fig tluve seats Tlie ojv-ning of the Cinemark complexes will add a total of 4tm0 seats in Lexington Each tlieatrr (Turn to CINEMARK AS) tur OUv Concession worker Anqi Farthing wipes counters nt Richmond Rond Cinemark Boston man’s jump off bridge suggests shooting was hoax By Christopher B Daty rr W-i:i ejiyn Post BOSTON — With a K-ap from a bridge Charles Stuart entil'd his life yesterday Hi death came hours after police Ix-gan closing in on him a a susxl in tlie (ktoIxT car Mwitmg tluit killed hi pregnant wife k-fl him with a stomach wound and led to tlie death of a mm born prematurely after tlie shooting Stuart told police tluit a black man had form! hi way into the white couple's car m night and shot tliem in a robU-ry attempt Stuart 21) nunagiT of a fashionable fur boutique jumjrd from the Totnn Itridge into Boston Harbor polae said lie kft a handwritu-n note indicating that (Tien to BOSTON AS) ' j t I I I

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