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   Capital, The (Newspaper) - September 6, 1986, Annapolis, Maryland                               t -f- -f 't f IGLERBURNIE SPALDING SPARROWS PT FREDERICK ARUNDEL SOUTH RIVER OLD MILL CM DETAILS AND MOM Ml MOM 13 md 16. Co Q Nt Tor forecast Some sun For sat 11. VOL. Cl NO. 210 SEPTEMBER 25 GOOD PONT FORGET THE SPCA will hold open house from noon to 4 p.m. today and tomorrow for the public to tour its new shelter at 1815 Bay Ridge Ave. HOME OF THE WEEK LIVING IN an apartment hasn't kept Paul Wilson of Oakland Hills from using his creativity as a decorator. Page 25. STATE WHEN THE smoke clears after Tuesday's primary elec- Democrat Barbara Mik- ulski and Republican Linda Chavez should be facing off for the U.S. Senate. Page 4. NATION SECRETARY OF State George PAJfttultz yesterday ruled out a trade with the can journalist beld in Mot- cow jail and threatened with a spy trial. TWO satel- lites tracked a rising rocket and then destroyed each other in a deliberate collision pester. day after being propelled into orbit by a Delta rocket Page 3. PEOPLE MAYOR Clint Eastwood wants to halt sales. of bumper caps and oth- er items that bear his face or name. Carmel is not Clints- East- wood said Thursday at a meeting of the Carmel Busmen As- sociation. is something that has bothered me for some Eastwood said as he asked the audience of about 150 to help him find a solution. Some people at the meeting wanted to know what would happen to the oercentage of the sales that has been going to the Carmel Youth Center. Eastwood said he would find other funds for the youth cen- ter. Probably the largest contri- butor of proceeds from T-shirt sales has been Paul who has said he has contributed to the mayor's youth fund. Laub said be has had an afratnint witt Eastwood for several moetfaj to market the T-shirts. The T-shirt an done ic- coroaaea wttfa Mr. Eastwood's Tm a took at other people in the ast LOTTERY Ifmben drawn yesterday i Three-digit m. Pick 4 nil 4 41 pajat. Calendar 17 killed in hijack shoototit Pakistan Four Arabs holding 400 captives in a Pan Am jumbo jet panicked when the lights went out yesterday and sprayed the black interior with machine gun fire. Commandos stormed and in the end at least IT people were dead and 127 wounded. An 18th an American apparently singled out because of his was shot earlier and thrown onto the tarmac. Two hijackers were among the dead and two others were captured. Terrified passen- gers streamed through hatches and down emergency chutes of the -which had been their prison for 17 hours. Officials of four Karachi hospitals provided the hostage casualty figures. opened fire wildly. Children were crying. The plane was a Hussain Shaffi of said as he was American singled shot being lifted into an ambulance. Pan Am said 44 Americans were on the Boeing which was bound for New York via West Germany. Mike a Briton who boarded the plane minutes before the Arabs took climbed out of the exit onto the wing and jumped down-... onto the tarmac and ran with everyone else. There was still gunfire and explosions going on in the plane but the terrorists didn't seem to follow us onto the At least 26 ambulances rushed to the scene. Many women and children were among the wounded. Khurshid Anwar Pakistan's civil aviation said two terrorists were killed and two and two or three army commandos were wounded. A fifth hijacker may have been aboard posing as a Mirza but be was not certain. Conflicting claims made in Cyprus and Lebanon identified the hijackers as pro-Li- byan or pro-Iranian. The lights went out because the plane ran out of the jet fuel that powered its auxiliary which had been Mirza said. Commandos moved closer after the power failure. idea was to close and that's when the action he said. know they were getting very Altai All senior police superintend- said a police party was approaching the plane when a hand grenade was thrown from the aircraft -and the the firing began. He said the party's purpose was to negotiate. Khan said passengers forced open some of doors and activated at least one escape slide. American diplomats in Islamabad con- firmed that security forces rushed in only after they heard firing. As commandos led one of the gunmen he yelled to reporters that he was a oa Page CoL Reagan denounces Page 2. NEW ERA goes By LORRAINE AHEARN Staff Writer Scott Metzbower said slapping his pea on the table and closing the log book last time. Metzbower had said a mouthful His final assignment for the Coast Guard was to carry out the au- tomation of Thomas Point Light- the last manned lighthouse on Chesapeake The crew that finally piled into an orange inflatable motorboat minutes later and left the 111- year-old red-roofed structure be- hind was running late. The computer-operated systems that would replace the lightkee- pers and save the Coast Guard thousands of dollars a year were already sounding the. foghorn for no apparent rea- son. just 'cause they're new. Like anything you got to get the kinks said ending a Coast Guard stint that included 18 months' rotating duty on the lighthouse. Inside the small paint- ed lime green and decorated with pans and an Baltimore Group Command- er Jim Paskewich talked about budgets and efficiency and nostal- gia. we've become what the caboose became for the be told the two young crews of lightkeepers preparing to retire the Coast Guard colors. knows we love our The automation in reality came in with a mechanical on Page CoL ERIC Den- nis Mclntym tin the colon at Thomas Point ClghthoiiM yea- tarday tht day tht historic local went fully auto- mated. Suit dispute Crofton woman sues O.C. police y A 22-year-old Crofton woman bar filed a million lawsuit against two Ocean City police officers SJteg-f tag that a police sergeant the top of her bathing suit. The filed last week in U.S. Dfrtrfct Court in Baltimore by Tber- 'RteWer feat Boatld her and beat her AJ the tat nwdcaffed to the back of a patrol car and then pulled off the Wtawtoa allege that Humphries and Officer Allan W. Kerr humiliated them in violated their rights to due process of subjected them to and unusual punish- ment and to unreasonable search and seizure. The incident allegedly occurred during the Labor Day weekend last year. Ocean City Police Maj. Stephen Cropper said that a brutality com- plaint filed by a witness to the incident investigated and not sustained.4' officer was ex- onerated. The investigation revealed no he said. Cropper said the complaint alleged that Humphries polled off the top of Ms. Richter's bathing lawsuit did but it was as the result of a struggle with the wom- Cropper said. Guy the Ocean City solici- denied comment on the federal saying be hadn't yet seen a copy. The lawsuit asks for H3 million in compensatory damages and UJ mil- lion hi punitive damages for the two women. According to the Hum- phries and Kerr approached the two women and asked to see Ms. Rich- aa Page It CaL Rock-bottom loan rates spur auto sales By KEVIN DEAWBAt'GH Staff Witter Herman H. Harjes was thtakinf about buying a new car until yesterday when be bought one. was waiting tor tht.'17s to come he standing ia tht Phiaps Brick show- room holding the keys to a new 1IW Elactn. wtth this new tax I thought this year could be the last chance to dtdnet that tSDO or HOO sales he said. with GM'a offer for 2.1 pareant bow can yon say who in is one of of who have flooded cat IB the weak ia response to an war that has swept the auto Industry American tbe No 5 day began offetini the ftnaneWf ratt ssrs oa nxtst mooVU Ganarai Ford and Chrysler all aa- tsetory41aaneing rats reductions last art trying to daar oat Is way far Thank God I have a good said Joe general manager of. Ritchie to Gits Bnmis. were looking at a big inventory. Everyone was At this wall daar them out We might even raa oat of said Gsorre manager of Phjppa Brick- hi Aanapofe. 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