Milestones Dec. 15, 1997

AWARDED. To LORNA WENDT, 54, spurned wife of a top General Electric executive whose divorce trial attempted to calibrate the economic worth of a stay-at-home spouse; reportedly more than $20 million in cash, property and investments; in Stamford, Conn.

RELEASED. IRA EINHORN, 57, a.k.a. the Unicorn, elusive hippie guru convicted in absentia of a 1977 Philadelphia slaying; by a French court that rejected a U.S. extradition request; in Bordeaux. French police finally netted the Unicorn last June, but the three-judge panel set him free on a technicality: French law, unlike that of the U.S., automatically grants retrials to suspects convicted in...

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