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Capital, The (Newspaper) - September 27, 1986, Annapolis, Maryland ANNAPOLIS OLD MILL CHESAPEAKE QUEEN ANNE'S MEADE RANDALLST'N SOUTHERN PATTERSON HQUELI MICROFILMS P. 0. BOX 1553 LAUREI MD 20707 POM DETAILS AND MORE SEE PAGES 24. Muggy again For page 11. VOL Cl NO. 228 SEPTEMBER A SWEEPING immigration biff came ungined yesterday over an amnesty plan for for- eign farm workers. Page 3. SPORTS SOUTH RIVER High School loses to Allegheny. Page 21. PEOPLE Nothing came between tire bride and her Calvin when fashion designer Calvin Klein and his design assistant Kelly kissed for photogra- phers after their wedding Fri- day at Rome's city hall. Toe wearing a cream- colored formal tossed her bouquet of white roses and orchids to a female then stopped to answer ques- tions from reporters after the couple emerged from a side door. Klein said they planned to visit friends in Italy before returning to New York. The performed by a city civil was the second for and the first for fan her for a look at other people in LOTTERY Numbers drawa Three-digit m Pick 4 J7H. INDEX 4 52 pages. Business News Calendar ...........t Classified Ads ...........28-51 columns...........19 Crossword .................49 Editorial .................10 Entertainment .............LI Homes ....................U listings..............17 Obituaries ...............II Police Beit 11 Religkw 7 Spofj ............21-27 Stock listings TelevisaM ttstiags PONT FORGET A RECENT question and an- swer session between former U.S. Supreme Court Justice Warren E. Burger and stu- from county high schools be carried on the'C-SPAN on area cable TV sys- s at 7 p.m. tomorrow. SOUTH COUNTY BLUEGR ASS BANDS will play tomorrow at the David- sonvflle Family Recreation Center. Page 5. NOME OF THE WEEK BILL AND Nancy Raffs 000-square-foot home was .as- sembled and ready for occupancy six hours after de- livery. Page J3. ENTERTAINMENT and the sum- mer's other big box office hits demonstrated 'their staying power last weekend. Page 1 7. STATE BALTIMORE'S best heavy- is charged la a slaying. Page REAGAN' ve- Praises NSA employees By RENEE STERN Staff Writer President Reagan yesterday pledged increasing vigilance against espionage and praised the country's intelligence workers during a visit to the National Security Agency. Reagan flew into the Fort George G. Meade headquarters of the secre- tive NSA yesterday afternoon with his wife to dedicatevtwo new build- ings. Top military Defense Secretary Caspar W. Weinberger and CIA Director William J. Casey joined crowds of NSA workers and military personnel outside the build- ings for a ceremony preceded by 21 cannon shots. root out spies. We wfll punish them the president said. around the world who would seek to steal our secrets and to subvert oar values and institutions anoNto violate the privacy must realize this peo- ple will no longer tolerate this con- Reagan said. we have steps to demoniflifiWe that we wfll not allow W abuse the great of this country to our detriment. Hie recent flurry of espi- onage Indictments and convictions expresses ear unwillingness to ate betrayal the special fruit given to who guard the tion's Reagan saidr-v. on Page Cot fr By PAT RIVIERE Staff Writer A brief power outage throughout the city yesterday snarled left a judge and a pregnant woman briefly stranded in elevators and gave some workers time off for a long weekend. Most took the 90-minute inconven- ience in stride and a few even said they enjoyed it. A Baltimore Gas Electric Co. spokesman said the p.m. outage occurred when a trash truck brushed an overhead wire while lifting a trash bin. About customers in the An- napolis area lost according to Charles a spokes- man. Franklin said power was restored to all but customers by p.m. and to the rest by p.m. The trash truck operator was ap- parently emptying a dumpster into his vehicle when the metal container OMsmeWe Cadillac on Hudson PRESIDENT Mid Nancy Natkmaf Security APphoW walk hand-in-hand during a visit to the yesterday. The connection created a short circuit like blowing fuses in a house but en a much larger he said. Repairs were made by routing power around the short. The name of the trash company and the condition of the driver were Franklin said. When traffic lights went every available city police officer was pulled off his normal according to Lt. Alfred Miller. was the only SIGN ON Maryland National Bank's Bay Road delivers bad news about power outage. Miller said. had every sworn officer on the day shift They handled the ewer came back that as power came on in doe the officers directing traffic Ifcerejaoved on to afioDier area Circuit Court Judge Eugene M. terner caught in an elevator in flee Churcl Circle courthpuse. teener traveled only a few second floor. He rang tt eoefgeoey beH a maintenance irorker came to his rescue. was calm and collected. I just kept ringing the Judge Lerner en Paxe CeL Woman found brutally slain in park By DAN CASEY Staff Writer State troopers yesterday sealed off a county park near Baltimore-Wash- ington international Airport while they investigated the gruesome mur- der of a unidentified young woman. The body of the victim was discov- ered about a.m by a woman walking her dogs in Friendship Park off Dorsey state police said. The body was lying face up in a grassy area next to woods near the rear of the a quarter-mile from Dorsey police said. The victim's body had been muti- lated and set on reliable sources but a police spokesman said be could not confirm that. Due to the nature of the investiga- I do know is being kept confidential at this said Trooper 1st Class Greg a state police spokesman. Shipley said the victim was about 110 and had light brown to blond hair. Police believe she is 18 to 22 years he said. The body was taken to the State Medical Examinees Office for an autopsy. Friday 50 cadets ar- rived conduct an incb-by-ineh systematic search of the park Shipley said. The- investigation was called off and the park sealed off at but was to resume this morning. Other investigators were combing missing persons reports hoping to find a report matching the victim's Shipley said. Shipley said he if investigators had found any of the victim's clothing or any other clues to her identity. are not a lot of leads at this he said. The park on Dorsey Road about a half-mile east of Ham- monds Ferry was blocked and a trooper stationed there was jotting down tag numbers of cars pulling in. As of 6 p.m. the park was still sealed and troopers were demanding identification from curious jotting down addresses and drivers' li- cense numbers. Some evidence found on the scene indicated the body had been dragged an undetermined distance on park police said. Other evidence found indicated that the woman may have been slain in another area of the park before her body was moved to the site where it was police said. Police have received many com- plaints of indecent exposure at Friendship Park in the past two years. GIFT GATE Alumni spruce up academy EFFIE COTTMAN Staff Writer Philip Rogers of Severaa Park remembers when the the main gateway to the Naval Academy looked like back entrance to a dog The gates were in disrrpair and a shabby brick building greeted gsests who ventured inside the campus. It was hardly thr ftrjt imprpj. the United want- ed to mike on l.fi million visitors who pass through thy King George Street gate Two years aen farmer atttttop- man Rogers and froffl 1MI deoried to step into the im- age-making The result represents of ifn- most ambitious under- taken by say graduates nfcopftnf for the trsaMseil class gtfl to the sebeol Ttete a retatrftfeed GMt 1 tad a fttnOf isMd wife DRAWING stows of four lining redesigned to Academy. trance. The gatrs ft were re- paired and psintfl I brass on 'hp hnrli aaii next the rpplared a tiriall acade- linn on ihr guard hnufr Two by member William F. Wag- added to the wall coatrartorjt lev- iht old OuildiBg that had an office to issue passes and parktof ugs A wail was iMtalted ea Fefi It CoL and hrnrhrt ed to the Rear Adm F Mavynii About .Wfl mpmt-XT' of hp rian of IMS attend Ihf muMoo thu wfrfc Oat of ItrgMi ruvi gifu to t improve- meott te HMvrf titan of felftd the ft Lehigh hopes to upset Navy of and I wall By JOE GROSS Associate Sports Editor Navy may test its fans' mettle. The at home for the second time in three take on some- thing less than a powerhouse in Lebigh a small college with an NCAA Division 1-AA desig- nation. The are not in Navy's class. also 1-1. is expected to defeat them handily. this afternoon's game will find Navy under considerable pressure. if Navy is to have a winning it must get on with it today The game at Navy-Marine Corps Memorial Stadium gets under way at 2 p m Thp weather is expected to be reasonably which couW help bring out more than the antici- pated 22.000 fans The which will pit strength against Navy's will be broadcast oa WNAV-14.10 The march-on of tbe Brigade of an attnctioo for many of the reaches tbe stadium at Tbt wlfl step love traffic. TfctoiHttkt tae mil Patt CM. TRAFFIC WARNING PeUce wiD be worklag ttau today dkectlag traffk fer the Navy-UMghfeeteaU gasse. Kkkeff is at bet traffk backeps are expected to begta several hours earlier. Polite will redirect traffic pat- terms aroead Ike Corps Memorial SUdltm Before the game. Taylor Are- wfll become fmm Rewe Router a rd U the utadiuw. After tbe game-. Tailor wtD be one way from Ce4ar Park lead to Howe Boulevard. Motorists should fee of brief traffic Mocks dttriaf thf tbe Brigaec of mem. Tke ntdsMpaieB art to leave tbe Naval Gate 4 tk-ortly after archiig Howe BeeJevarl U tbe ttadiiaa's traece. WUIe tae siaeJin let Is la tae s IMS afeatfle service ajfB freai MM Tawee Mftee fttHitag 4
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