Oprah Winfrey will have to come to Florida if she wants to interview a Lauderhill woman convicted of hiring a hit man to kill her son-in-law. Lee Goldsmith, free on bail while appealing her 1990 conviction for soliciting murder, was invited to Chicago for an appearance on Winfrey's show, but, after hearing from the son-in-law she tried to do away with, Broward County Circuit Judge Arthur Franza nixed the deal. "I think Oprah Winfrey is a very talented person, but if she wants to talk to Mrs. Goldsmith, I think she has the wherewithal to come down here to talk to her," Franza said. A Winfrey spokeswoman says Oprah's crew will try to arrange a satellite hook-up for the segment, scheduled to air May 15.