Milestones Oct. 2, 1995

SETTLEMENT ACCEPTED. By HUGO PRINCZ, 72, Holocaust survivor; after his 40-year pursuit of compensation from the German government for 3 1/2 years spent at Maidanek and Auschwitz; in Washington. The settlement means $2.1 million for Princz and 10 other Americans denied reparations because of technicalities in German law.

GUILTY. GEORGE LINDEMANN, 31, scion of a cellular-phone empire; of having his underperforming show horse Charisma electrocuted in order to get $250,000 in insurance money; in Chicago. He is one of 23 upscale equestrians indicted in a fraud scheme.

SENTENCED. NINA SIMONE, 62, singer; to a two-month suspended sentence and a $5,000 fine...

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