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Capital, The (Newspaper) - April 14, 1986, Annapolis, Maryland About How to cure 'College Shock.' see Monday ends hibernation. SEEPAGE 17 N HOWELL MICROFILMS P 0 BOX 1558 LAUREL 20707 he Capital Tomorrow's For soe page 7. VOL Cl NO. 88 APRIL 25 Cents GOOD -_ PONT FORGET The old SEVERN RIVER Bridge will be closed tomorrow and Wednesday nights for repairs. The bridge will be closed from p.m. to a.m. so that its steel plates can be repaired. Traffic will be detoured to Route 50. AREA THE FEDERAL government reconsiders a bay cleanup pro- gram once thought too expen- sive. Page 25. ACTION LINE THE CAPITAL'S consumer advice column helps a reader find the previous owner of his track. Page 25. ENTERTAINMENT THE NAVAL Academy con- cert series continues. ANNAPOLIS BRASS Quintet holds its the final concert in the Artists Series. Page 16. STATE STUDENTS' WRITING skills are in dismal shape. Page 4. NATION THE UNITED States will back away if Col. Moammar Khadafy stops plotting terror- ists a top State Depart- ment official says. Page 2. DAVID STOCKMAN says President Reagan is living in a holding Ameri- ca hostage to a reckless fiscal policy. Page 3. SPORTS THE CAPITALS send the Islanders packing. Page 17. PEOPLE Some fans lined up through a frosty night and hundreds more crowded round the Mos- cow Conservatory yesterday for coveted tickets to 'see pianist 'HOROWITZ. The 81- year-old mu- sician is the great lartist ever ________ Ito have emi- grated from the Soviet Union and come back to perform. He left in and this is his first return visit He will play hi Moscow Sunday and in Lenin- grad on April 27. Horowitz is coming under the U.S.-Sovtet cultural ex- change agreement. In this land where perform- ing artists are often treated at music lovers have never forgotten Horowitz. beard him before be went said a 78-year-old woman who gave only her first Zinaida. was so won- derful that I stood in line all night now to make sure I'd get a ticket to hear him again For a iook at other people In the news tee ptft 3 LOTTERY Saturday Three-digit Ptek4-lf77. Lotto -II MM 110 INDEX 4 S2 pages Calendar Classified Ads cotutns Ottoariei Pottos Beat listings 11 2S-31 a I 14-18 7 7 17-22 15 MO 'We will'never be the same' Terror victims eulogized By LORRAINE AHEARN Staff Writer Early Saturday before hundreds of guests arrived to mourn for three Annapo- lis residents killed by a terrorist police brought a bomb dog into small Sts. Constantine and Helen Church to check for explosives. are so free we never think about these said one prepar- ing for the expected crowd of relatives and dignitaries. would be so easy to break in our little Hours later the Rev. George Gallos looked out from the altar. Facing bin was a crowd assembled by the shattering intrusion April 2 that killed a daughter and infant granddaughter on a TWA flight bound for Greece. has been a modern-day Greek trage- dy. We are not only the we are the the priest said. has changed our lives. We will never be the A wave of anguished sighs passed over the church pews as caskets were brought in bearing the remains of Demetra her daughter Maria and Mrs. King's 8-month-old daughter Demetra Kristina. The baby's 23-year-old Warren Hug walked up the center aisle behind the sol grasping the child's paja- mas he had held onto for days after travel- ing to Greece to claim the remains of his wife and mother-in-law. the service King sat looting straight ahead at silver standing in the same chares where he and his wife were married and saw their child christened. The casket lid was covered with pink and white roses and a photograph of bis wife and daughter. The semicircle of six clergymen who performed the funeral service included the Metropolitan the second-highest Greek Orthodox prelate in the Western Hemi- sphere. Many of the incantations were in but when the elderly metropolitan spoke in condemnation of the it was in English. innocent human beings so dear to us innocent human beings so dear to us were taken suddenly from us for no reason at all. Our sense of loss converts quickly to a sense of outrage when we consider how easily a few sick people can destroy the lives of The Metropolitan Greek Orthodox prelate were taken suddenly from us for no reason at said the his voice sometimes cracking with emotion. sense of loss converts quickly to a sense of outrage when we consider how easily a few sick people can destroy the lives of When the service was Hug kissed the hand of each clergyman as the mourners began to file up to the caskets to pay their final respects. Kostas Kotzoman- the sister Mrs. Stylisa was to visit coaM be heard sobbing uncontrolla- bly as she approached the caskets. it war tut iccond time in recent-mouths Mrs. Kotzomanaki had traveled from Greece to attend a funeral fit 'the church. In the week after baby Demetra was Mrs. Stylian's 48-year-old husband Andreas dwd fallowing heart sur- gery. After the caskets were loaded into hears- Hug approached the row of television- crews he had tried to avoid in the 10 days before the funeral At his side was Kathy his wife's sister who had gone with him to Greece when they heard the news. Reading from a Klug on Page Col. PIMvO 0V VOO WARREN KLUG helps carry the cartel containing wife and daughter he clutches a photograph of them and his daughter's pajamas. 0 Flimflam artists spring into action By JEFF DAVIS Staff Writer A con man trying to cash in on the coming warm weather is victimizing local offices by posing as a phony air-conditioner repairman. Police say the dressed in navy blue work clothes and carrying a enters offices to check vents and ducts. But when he workers' and wallets leave with him. Police say be has struck at least 12 Chilly stroll Thousands walk bridge About to people took on the chilly weather and occasional Brittle for the onee-a-year chance to walk the span across the Chesapeake Bay yesterday. Maryland Toll Facilities had expected more psopk for the 12th annual Bay Bridft Walk Sun- but the weather apparently kept natty at said spokesman Two Fretwrf er The original span of the William Presuw Lane Jr Memorial Bridge is closed for one day each year while traffic is rcrootsi ooto waMtat Maav- to that pedestrian CM eajay a view rtserved for drivers pesssBfers to vehicles. ftaicy a Us l-Fwr-sM SM times in offices from Parole to Severna Park in the last month. Janie an accountant for- Elmco a computer leasing firm at 1623 Forest Drive in was eating lunch at her desk two weeks ago when the man struck. The who is walked into the casually mentioned the approaching summer weather and said he would be checking the Ms. Nagle said. Dust would probably fly around the he cautioning her to cover her lunch. Rather than sit through a dust Ms. Nagle decided to move to an adjacent office. Within the man was gone. He had slipped out with Ms. Nagle's containing and her personal cards and papers. wasn't an she said had either done this before and not gotten caught or he knew what he was doing As a the company has instituted a new policy regarding such visits. Visitors will be asked to provide some sort of identification and the landlord has been asked to warn Elmco officials when repair- men are being sent A man of similar description and method struck a Severna Park den- tist's office the same county police laid. Two employees of Dr. Arnold E. 570 Ritchie told po- WAtXEftS Brtdt MoNett tof Mr and ftutoh Moffatl 8r. of Cdgiwatsr. oTEdojawatOf wave at a i lice that the man entered the office claiming to be there air conditioners. After he they couldn't find their wallets. the wal- lets only contained one dollar be- tween them. The air-conditioner repairman scam is the latest twist in the annual rash of spring flimflams. Police say warm weather usually brings out a raih of swindlers especially the on Page CoL Stray pets may face neutering NEUttlGKI Staff Writer To art the fmajBj number of unwanted and stray cats ia the a county essadSMsua is seeking a law for adopted pets. An animal lover who has brad sprtafer and cocker reen T Lamb believes tbt cootty shotld ao. longer Ignore the tot orersopvlstiM Ms. Lamb. said she win seek aboot is taxpayers' to pay tor flat neetertaf of animals adopted at Ike eoeaty Control abetttr. fet a lot of abort dogs Tht has s Ms. to said he's been rammer Bdfth of New too young onto now 1 was kopinf for Pa streOed easily with better and daafhssf the beet wanting IhOBfh WaBcers from babes n soeflers to at least one woman who celebrated her Nth birthday last her Mary of Hsakp- stead. who was bar third sa CsL n she teafiaa thai he vsry eoBtowferstal Poaaia can ha wMh tf s SMBdrtary asalsrlai law SB CSi i
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