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Capital, The (Newspaper) - May 2, 1986, Annapolis, Maryland South Semaphore makes ftt detail today. Your Beware of the Client killer.' SEE P40E 9 Retail Busin Class Circu News HOWELL MICROFILMS P 0 BOX 1558 LAUREL MD 20707 ic Capital Tomorrow's Quite cool For see page 7. VOL Cl NO. 104 MAY 25 Cents GOOD PONT FORGET NINE HIGH SCHOOL bands from the Annapolis Music Fes- tival will parade from St. John's College to City Dock via Main Street at p.m. tomorrow. AREA COUNTY COUNCIL mem- bers reacted favorably yester- day to the county executive's budget. Page 29. ETCETERA WHILE THE wife's her husband will play with a paintbrush. Page 29. STATE A FEDERAL environmental official gave tentative approv- al to the experimental burning of highly toxic waste aboard a ship off New Jersey. Page 4. THE CHERNOBYL nuclear power plant disaster appeared to be diminishing amid reports that the Soviet Union had shut down similar reactors. Page 2. THE SENATE passed a tril- lion-dollar fiscal 1987 budget that includes billion less in military spending than Presi- dent Reagan requested. Page 3. 8PORT8 THE STARTING GATE opens tomorrow for the 112th Kentucky Derby Page PEOPLE CHRISTA who sacrificed her life for the dream of becoming the first ordinary citizen in was laid to rest yesterday in a hillside cemetery overlooking the city where she taught In a brief the family announced that the 37- year-old Concord High School teacher had become the first of the seven Challenger astro- nauts to be buried. Immediately after the cere- workers removed flow- ers from the bare presumably to direct attention away from it. There is no marker and there was no indi- cation from Callahan as to when one might be erected The grave is near the top of a gentle in front of a large evergreen surrounded by other trees just beginning to bud The spot overlooks the hills that surround northern Con- cord It about two miles from McAuliffe's house and the high school where she taught how history affected everyday people The burial of the first pri- vate citizen chosen to fly in space came four days before the 25th anniversary of the first manned American space flight by Alan Shepard. a New Hampshire native in 1961 For a look at other people in the news today see page 3 LOTTERY Numbers drawn vesterdav Three digit Pick 4 OH4 INDEX 4 sections 40 pages Business 20 Calendar 12 Classified 30-40 Crossword 32 Editorials Entertainment Beslth Pobee 1 Sports Television listings iff HEARTFELT Bomb victims' family boosted by contributions By LORRAINE AHEARN Staff Writer They were determined that something should come of the deaths of their family in a terrorist bombing over Greece one month ago. So far what has come is cards and dona- tions to an orphans' fund more than a thousand letters and they keep coming. One came from a Nevada woman whose daughter-in-law and two grandchildren were sitting only a few rows away when the bomb blew a hole in the cabin. For hours no one knew which of the TWA passengers had been thrown from the plane. is some grandmother part of her is going through the same pain as said Kathy whose sister and sis- ter's baby were killed in the April 2 attack. sure when she heard the flight num- ber she really was All of us 2tif w. t -J- f A if tf-uL aMfti J tW Letter from a Vermont resident. Just days after Warren Klug Jr. had buried his infant daughter wife and her mother Toula Stylian in a small Riva Road news came of a U.S. air strike on Libya. Among the casualties was the child of Libyan leader Moammar Khadafy. and I are in kind of the same Warren Klug reflected about the Libyan leader. lost the most innocent and defenseless person in our lives. turned our incident into something positive and we're just sitting back and waiting to see what he does. Will he continue the murdering of innocent After the two went on the last week Klug still holding onto the pajamas his daughter wore the night before she died messages -poured in from almost everywhere. The letters piled on the family attorney's desk earlier this week were from strangers who have now sent more than to the Argos Fund. Many have a peculiar thing in common a check accompanied by a dollar bill. Miss Stylian finally guessed that the checks were from the parents and the dollar bills were put in by their young children. has amazed me is people sending money with no people who want to give but don't want anything in she said. making us feel that we're not as alone as we first thought we But she and her brother-in-law were alone when the idea for the Argos Fund occurred to them at 2 or 3 in the morning following that first day. The blur of panic and confusion began on a Wednesday morning with a bulletin about an explosion on TWA Flight 840 out of only minutes before it reached its destination in Athens. After the news flash it was hours before the call came from the State Department confirm- ing that the victims had been identified. It was them. on Page Col. SCHOOL BELL While urging students to count Annapolis auctioneer Robert Campbell rang the old Annapo- lis Elementary School bell 90 times a job he often did while 8 student there about 60 Photo by Bob Gilbert years ago. Behind Campbell Is principal Victoria Wtldner. The located on Qreen Street Is celebrating Its 90th anniversary all this week with a variety of events. Tandem rigs OK'd on Ritchie By DAN CASEY Staff Writer Two Eastern Shore companies with truck terminals m Glen Burnie will be permitted to operate tandem tractor-trailer rigs on Ritchie High District Court judge ruled last week The by District Court Judge George M allows ngs on Ritchie High way if they are traveling between terminals on the Eastern Shore and len Burnie The ruling applies to Preston Trucking Co and Svsco Inc two Eastern Shore based panies that s of Ordinance Road Under state law with a few exceptions arc only on miles of designated highwavs in Mamard last sum mer State Administration officials qjietlv proposed adding chie Highwav to the designated high list But nti7pn ri i A officials to back off the proposal last and Route 2 remains closed to double rigs except for local deliveries But the law also allots tandem truckers to drive the practical between a designat- ed highway and a the wording Taylor cited in finding one driver not guilty on seven counts of the ban The to the ruling is the word practical as it is written in the Tavlor said If the law said double truck driv- ers have to take the from a designated highwav to a terminal Sysco and Preston drivers corning from the Eastern Shore would have to westbound Route 50 to Route 3 north to the Baltimore Beltwav From there they would drive east to Route 10 south and get off on New Ordinance Road about a mile from the termin als All of those highwajs are tandem on Page ft. ol o Conduct hearing closed Tenants group. alderman irked By KEVIN DRAWBAUGH Staff Writer Dozens of city residents were or- dered out of City Council chambers last night when a controversial hear- ing on allegations of misconduct against four Annapolis Housing Au- thority commissioners was closed. Mayor Dennis Callahan tossed out the Alderman Samuel Gil- D-Ward and after an attorney for the Michael E. requested a closed session. Callahan said he granted the re- quest because of an earlier agree- ment giving the attorney the option to decide whether the hearing would be open or closed officials refused to re- veal what was discussed in the hour- long session. City Attorney Jonathan Hodgson would say only that another hearing will be held too. likely will be he said No date has been set for the next session Callahan refused to comment have a muzzle on me I don't like but they he said The hearing was called by the mayor to investigate allegations of misconduct and neglect of duty brought bv a coalition of public housing tenants against housing au thonty Commissioners Everett G William E Amos Jr the Rev ttmslow D Shaw and Bruce E Wilhamson None of the commss'ore's were present last night Gilmer and several newspaper re porters protested Canahar s nosing of the hearing 'If these trmk are going to puli some Kind of sr-enam gans are dead wrong Giimer said Page S ol IUD deadline the pain remains By JOANNA RAMEY Staff Writer Ronnie Gilmin nevtpaper rticlei about the Dalkoo Shield control device weeps The Ltnthknm resident remem- bers tbe long diyi in court fighting the nunttfsctBrer of the intrt uterine efevtce Sbc mills the miserable the spent in tie hospital with tanVtkmi tbtt she said were caused So as tht approached it f midnight for filing injury claimi ifsuitt the It'D maker. A H Robins IDC she privately root for some women Mrs Gilnun thetf women say they were harmed bj the tiny vinyl derice designed to prevent prefoaocr But unlike Mrs Oilman who hat alresdy against the company they to Witt in don't give Mrs GUnsn. M. id wom- en Just have forget it into yourself that you're right The A H Robins Co. which void tbe IUD in the eirly 1970s last summer filed for bankruptcy after settling of 15.000 law suits The setUemroU over the Da Ikon Shield had cost the company and iu insurer tS20 million UwJer i court order the began to mternittontl campaign to notify women of an AprO 30 deadline for filing claimi over their injurtu The Shield told m the United Stttti and than M other cowntnei until pulled it off tbe market in 1674 following public outcry about infections stenJ- ity aod some associated with the 1UD Before Robins filed for bankrupt cv. least seven women in Anne Arundel County sued the company in Circuit Court Mrs Gilmtn and the wife of a Nsvil Academy commander both oe Psft 1 collapsed in a parking lot in pain while trying to get to the hospital. I literally had no idea then what was Bonnie Oilman
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