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Capital, The (Newspaper) - April 5, 1986, Annapolis, Maryland Lebanese woman sought in TWA bombing By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Greecer- The prime in the TWA bombing that kffled three Annapolitans spent six hours- in the Athens transit lounge enf-bound of the same TWA and left on a flight to Beirut minutes jet Wednesday from Nikos before the crippled American jet made an emergency landing police said yesterday. Italian police have said the wom- traveling under the name May Elias is a known but a senior Greek security officer were alerted that she was a suspecteUterrorist to our records she hadn't been in Greece before. We're trying to trace passengers who might hare noticed her on the Ath- Kokkintkis said. A statement issued today in the name of Ms. Mansur denied that she planted the explosives. The statement was distributed to news organizations in the north Le- baflesrport of Tripoli and was pur- portedly signed by Ms. Mansur. It said she will sue everyone falsely her of involvement in something she nothing to do There was no way to authenticate the statement The Boeing 727 flew from Cairo to then to Rome and back to Athens. Officials say the bomb ex- pktded as the jet approached the Greek The Capital on the return trip under seat the one Miss Mansur is said to haVe occupied. Mayor Dennis Callahan yesterday declared Aprfl through 12 week of mourning and re- for the victim of Inter- national terrorism throughout the world and a time of prayer and snppprt for the families and friends of Demetra her daugh- Maria and Maria's Infant Demetra They and Alberto Ospina of Strat- were blown out of the plane to their deaths through a 9-by- 3-foot hole made by the explosion. Kokkinakis said Miss Mansur left the TWA plane at entered the transit lounge immediately and boarded a Middle East Airlines flight six hours later that took off for Beirut minutes before Capt. Richard F. Petersen landed the bombed plane. Officials of Middle East the Lebanese national in Beirut would not confirm that Miss Mansur was aboard Flight 254 from Athens on Wednesday. A .Christian Beirut radio the Voice of said Miss Mansur had returned to Lebanon and was a member of the Revolu- tionary Brigades terrorist group. The radio quoted unidentified sources as saying she is a Lebanese the widow of a Druse militiaman known as Abu Nlsrin woo was killed last year in Leba- non's civil war. It said Mansur was her maiden name. According to the she divides most of her time between Moslem west Beirut and the village of Qbay- at in the Syrian-controlled Bekaa Valley of eastern Lebanon. Little is known of the Revolution- ary but the radio said its main training camp is at Qbayat. on Page Col. Classifi Circulal News Bus r HOWLLL MICROFILMS P 0 BOX 1558 LAUREL MD 20707 I e Tomorrow's For page 9. VOL Cl NO. 81 APRIL 25 Cents bOOD DON'T FORGET THE MARLBORO Hunt Races will be held tomorrow at Roedown Wayson and Harwood Davidson- ville. The hunter pair event is at 10 a.m. and the steeple- chase races at 1 p.m. For call 261-4267. HOME OF THE WEEK 'PEGGY JOHNSON knew from the first time she peeked through its windows that she wanted the house. Page 6. ENTERTAINMENT HAY FEVER is a story of bad manners and funny peo- ple. Page 19. STATE STRICT REGULATIONS for savings and loans are ap- proved by conferees. Page 4. THE UNITED STATES will bold an underground nuclear weapons test Tuesday. Page 2. PENTAGON OFFICIALS crack down on air charter safety following the Arrow Air crash. Page 3. SPORTS SEVERN SCHOOL'S boys la- crosse team is off to a 3-0 start. Page 11. PEOPLE JOHN COUGAR MELLEN- who was hit on the head and knocked unconscious by a thrown whiskey bottle at a concert in Arizona four years took some precautions this time. Mellencamp paused midway his first song Thurs- Iday night land donned la construc- tion work- ler's hard in lease any- got The 34- e a r o 1 d songwriter and guitar- ist suffered a seven-stitch cut near Us right temple when a drunken fan hurled the bottle at him during a 1982 concert at nearby Devil Stadium in Tempe forgot this was the town it happened Mellencamp told about people at the Arizona State University Activ- ity Center day after it I forgot about it But some Jlople reminded me about It recently They 'We're surprised you're com ing back after what hap- pened For a look at other people in the sec page 3 LOTTERY Numbers drawn yesterday Three-digit W Pick 4 INDEX 4 44 pages Calendar Classified Ads cohflttas CtMl word Editorials BntertaoiBeBt PofeeBett 7 2443 21 43 ft It t I 5 11-tt 17 II 4 men ousted 6 mids guilty in sex case By EFFIE COTTM AN Staff Writer Six Naval Academy midshipmen were convicted this spring of ous sexual following an incident in the school officials confirmed yesterday. Five male and one female mid- shipmen admitted violating the academy's ban on sexual activity on Dec. in one of the men's rooms in Bancroft according to academy spokesman Lt. Cmdr. Ste- phen H. Clawson. The woman and four of the men left school during the past four after they offered to resign or were recommended for expulsion. Hagner retires House veteran leaving quietly By RAT RIVIERE Staff Writer After 16 years in the General Del. Elmer D- is retiring. feel and while I'm heal- I just want to take some time and do what I want to the retired Anne Arundel County police chief said yeterday. Hagner will celebrate his 67th birthday Monday the day the General Assembly adjourns. In his low-key Hagner made no formal but called a few told the county legisla- tive delegation and bis colleagues on the House Judiciary Committee. didn't want to make any emotional Hagner said. Joining Hagner in retirement from the legislature will be his Anna. Mrs. Hagner has worked as a secretary for the Baltimore County House delegation since Hag- ner's first year in the House. Hagner said he plans to spend much of the summer in West Virgin- ia rebuilding the home he lost in last year's flood. The Hagners bought the West Virginia home 20 years ago. worked on it from year to year and we spent as much time as we could Hagner said. probably spent more time there last year before the flood than we ever Hagner said he also intends to play more golf and may spend some time during winters in Florida. News of Hagner's retirement came as no real surprise among legislators and who have speculated for over two yean that he would retire at the end of this four-year term on Page II. Col. Secretary of the Navy John Leh- man Jr. is reviewing the cases for final action. The fifth a con- vinced academy officials that he was pressured into participating. He was not but received demerits and lost some of his Clawson said. Clawson would not reveal the na- ture of the but said the academy considered the activity a breach of the conduct code. He would not release the names or hometowns of the students involved. He said including the were one a sopho- more and one a freshman. The academy defines sexual mis- conduct as intercourse or other actions which reasonably would excite or satisfy the sexual He said there have been other sexual misconduct cases this but none led to expulsions or resig- nations. The December incident involved more mids than any other single sexual misconduct case since 1980. That five male and one female mid were convicted in a sex scandal that included a brief filming of some of the encounters in Bancroft dormitory for midshipmen. Only three of those were separated from the academy. No films were made of the Decem- ber Clawson said Nor did that incident include alcohol or other illegal Clawson said. was going on Dec. 15 would not have been sexual misconduct if it had been he said. But the academy has a strict code of behavior standards governing the which as of December housed 354 women and men. Academy regulations for- bid sexual relations in Bancroft Hall just as it's prohibited aboard Navy ships in which men and women may live and work in close Clawson said. they leave the they can date and so forth. the midshipmen are living with in this unique environment of Bancroft Hall are the same high standards of self-discipline that will be expected of them in the fleet. believe the vast majority of midshipmen support the One of the accused told officials about the incident in he said. Administrative hearings were con- ducted and each of the accused was found he said. The punishment was determined on Page Col. GLASS ACT A State House window frames maintenance worker Robert Herrin of Brooklyn Perk. Herrin wee taking a break from bis window washing chore recently. Window washing will be a risky business with a 3b percent chance of showers in the morning. Wwrto oy J Therapy ordered Accidental death brings probation By JOANNA RAMEY Staff Writer Dolores King's voice trembled yesterday as she talked about her son being fatally shot by his friend last July 25. lived for 69 Mrs. King said of 15- year-old Adam of Harmans. cry for Adam every Sitting in Juvenile the 16-year-old Christian bowed his head in grief as well. Stephens was placed on supervised probation yester- day for the shooting and was ordered to undergo counseling. Last summer the son of a Baltimore police accidentally fired his father's .38- caliber handgun at Courtright's head. The students at Meade Senior High were playing with the pistol in the Stephenses' down- stairs game room. W8SH t Last month Judge nflrf Anf hut we Robert H. Heller Jr. DUI W6 concluded that the IOV6d Him. He ISIS 7ounT terrible phens delinquent of involuntary man- _ slaughter Dolores Victim's mother Board hopefuls differ COTTMAN Staff Writer Each candidate tor toe county school board has a different cure for crowded but two of the three share opinions on most other education issues. Incumbent Patricia Hnecker thinks redis- trictmg may be a necessary althevfb complicated way to reduce class sites because school construction and renovation funds are scarce. Gloria GoMfaden wants the Board of Educa- tion to pros for foods for sew schools that wwiid provide tae best eoadHtans for teacUag sad learning. Aad Joseph S. Belt HI beUevn conaaaUet and basiaesses provMf space fer classes that cant ft to existing schools Tae thro eandhtatat for opening gath- ered at Crsften Lftrarr Tavsdaj to ontitax tantr artorittM tor education during the next Hire years Each stressed that teachers need higher salaries to provide the best education for county children. And they agreed that the new geographic selection tfystem for the board won't create parochialism among members The current seiectioa is for a District S3 member Bat Beit disagreed with the other two candidates on corporal which be and bone which be oppos- es A bill to ban corporal punishment in some public schooli was killed in the General Assembly tail week Anne A model County afiovs corporal punishment in schools and the board has opposed efforts to abolish it The candidates will gather again at several pattk farms before the School Board Neat- Bating Cenventiea issno utuanundattsei te GOT. Harry makes Ike sppMat- en Page CeL i finding as an adult. But in Juvenile any punishment must be directed exclusively to the treatment and of the according to state law. And yesterday Heller ordered Stephens to undergo counseling and placed him on supervised probation He also ordered group counseling for the boy and his parents. Terry and Joseph. The judge said be would review the case in two bnths and decide whether the youth should be dered to perform community service couldn't say anything today that would comfort M Page Col. t forum t. MELT Ml btfsflnennM have spaca. 1
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