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Capital, The (Newspaper) - April 3, 1986, Annapolis, Maryland Special Your guide to home SECTION INSIDC HOWELL MICROFILMS P BOX 1556 LAUREL MD 20707 Tomorrow's About 70 For page 7. VOL. Cl NO. 79 APRIL 25 Cents Terrorist bomb rips killing 3 from Annapolis By LORRAINE AHEARN Staff Writer The Rev. George Gallos performed all the ceremonies for the Stylian family the marriage of daughter baptism of Maria's and the burial of Maria's Andrew. But after learning that the daughter and daughter were among the four pas- sengers killed in an explosion aboard a plane headed for the Greek Orthodox priest began plan- ning the most difficult and ed taik of all. for members of three generational of temoon to confirm what the ffmily APphotot AN ATHENS POLICE officer stands guard near TWA 727 that was damaged by bomb yesterday. Known terrorist was on plane By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Greece A bomb tore a hole in a TWA Boeing 727 yester- blasting an American man and an Annapolis daughter and granddaughter to their deaths feet above southern Greece. Reports from Greek friends and relatives identified the victims Alberto a Colombian-born American from Demetra her Maria and 8-montb-old granddaughter Demetra all from Annapolis. Seven other including at least four were injured aboard the which landed safe- ly in Athens 10 minutes after the explosion. During an earlier a known Arab terrorist occupied the seat cm the jet where the bomb Italian officials said today. After meeting with Premier Betti- no Interior Minister Oscar Luigi Sealfaro told Is certain that a suspect who is on file as a got on in Cairo and got off in occupying in the airplane the exact seat where the explosion The plane yesterday flew from to and then to Rome. There it picked up 112 passengers and headed back to Ath- ens as TWA Flight ultimately bound for Cairo. The bomb exploded as the jetliner approached Athens and the four victims were sucked out. Three bodies were found on an unused Greek air force landing strip outside 120 miles southwest of said a Greek official He said one woman's body was not but passengers told au- thorities they saw her fall from the plane. A reporter in Georgios Ser- told The Associated Press that a shepherd saw the bodies tumbling from the sky. villagers found them the partly dismembered body of an el- derly a woman and a baby about IB months and a shattered plane Seraphim said. He said of a of a fourth person was found. The fourth body was found in the police said. The explosion occurred on the floor of row 10 or 11 in the passenger cabin and blew seat 10F through a 9- by4 foot TWA President Rich- ard 0. Pearson said in New York. Officials at Rome's Leonardo da Vinci Airport said the terrorist had occupied seat 10F on the Calro-to- Athens and said they suspect- ed he had planted an explosive aboard before disembarking in Ath- ens. OB Page Col. ftfefttf Ptgt 2. Three Annapolis residents were killed after a believed planted by went Demitra her 25- year-old daughter Maria and Maria's baby daughter Demitra ill of 389 Hilltop Lane. members of one family at the same said Rev. the pastor of Sts. Constantine and Helen Greek Orthodox Church in Annapolis. are sad and hurt and sort of in a state of can't believe it Mrs. Stylian's Paul said at his home last night. hear about these things but you never believe that they would hit so close to home. had a feeling it was them when I heard about the explosion this morning the said 54- year-old who owns Timmy'i Carry-Out on Maryland Avenue. Friends of the family were nearly speechless last night as wedding photos and a picture of the infant girl flashed across television screens. was a beautiful beautiful the mother so the father so recalled Eva a close friend to Mrs. Stylian WQm Annapolis real. Oemetra Styllan wlrfi her Maria on her wedding At left la Mrs. Klug'e who aleo waa killed In the txploslon aboard the TWAJetyestetiiy. can't believe It yet. You hear about these things but you never believe that they would hit so close to Paul Mrs. Styllan's brother for the last 20 years. think they're talking about somebody Family members said Mrs. King's Warren Klug left for Greece last accompanied by his wife's sister Katberine and that Alexiou would make the trip today. Rev. Gallos said the funeral would most likely be in although he said the investigation of the explosion could delay return of the remains. The priest said as of last night Mrs. Stylian's remains hid not been found. He added that funeral ser- vices would be held at the church ea Page CeL Ouruy on ftvroflfam Aapv 6. INSIDE PARK Shipley's Choice home- owners have backed a compro- mise on a new park. Ptge 33. LIVING Severn a Park resi- dents hare woo our Pick the Oscars Contest Ptgt I. LOTTERY Numbers drawn Three-digit SB. Pick 4 H71. INDEX 5 54 Business...................12 Calendar 54 Classified Ads...........JJ-S1 ..........11 Editorials ...................I A loud then 'this big hole9 FortaeBeeafd .....7 .....7 .1741 ....ft By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Greece The blast that tore through a TWA Jet over Greece ripped off a boy's shat- tered glass and punched a hole in the plena's side through which four vanished. was s big bang aod then the man betide me was blown out along with bis Ibrahim al- Nami. a. recalled. feH myself palled and I bung on to my wife's teat beside Tbe Boeing despite tbe gap in iti landed minutes later in Athens the original destination oo yesterday's flight. Those sucked from the plane included aa Ameri- can BUB as well as two women aad a toby from Al-N.ml. of Saudi was aaaoag tbe people haehsdtog four Americans. Other passengers said they were tarrtflad that more txafcxkns might feOev eae tait sate aatfl tke aiaaa satt Myrtle Steal. was a big bang and then man beside me was blown out along with his seat I felt myself being pulled and I fiung on to my wife's seat beside me. Ibrahim TWA was interviewed st Voula Bos- prtal where toe was being treated tor cots caused by Qytag glass from the explosion. 'There was loud bang I was ta an aisle seat when tae att tbss glass ant at A nurse said of Mrs. be it's Just glass in her back and and the doctor has to pick it out. She's in Tom a Methodist pastor from who was sitting with his wife Joaa and 12-year-oM son across the aisle from tbe said be was worried there was a second bomb the first ooe didn't do the we beard what was like a soak the sdcd you bear a pUne make. We realised this isn't a this is really KoJIs put my arms around my son aad 'We're not going to we still have things to Kojis say. of tbt rows bad disappeared aad we did not kaow if people bad actually blown out of tae plane I was just looking up it daylight because tbe hole been in tae section where there bad been s row of Kojis said. sol Us family ware travel- mg ta Greece lor a two-week vaca- GREECE Explosion On TWA 727 BMP SHOWS fUgM TWA fHpM 140 was at bar hiisiaV The had mttteUp plaaael n fly to Leadoa aad take s trata Athens tot cat Its so we decided to fly dtaaeV' Kojis said. Mrs. KoJU said they were coo to be- eaise of tke receat military cenfroatatim between tke Ualted States aad Libya ia tbe Gait at ttdra J
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