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Capital, The (Newspaper) - October 30, 1986, Annapolis, Maryland Today's Some costumes are not for SEE PAGE f 3 lit Tei The General Assembly. SEEPAGE 1O I __ I MD I J Tomorrow's Chilly For see page 11. VOL. Ci NO. 256 T GOOD PONT FORGET HALLOWEEN FILMS and stories for children from kin- dergarten through grade 6 be- gin at 7 tonight at the Broadneck 1275 Green Holly Drive. A commu- nity costume party at Jones Elementary School in Severna also begins at 7. AREA A FORMER counselor at Arundel Junior High School wffl be reinstated. Page 37. DR. GOTT ALCOHOL OR drugs may heighten nightmares. Page 23. VIGNETTES FACTS surface on mystery village. Page 22. ENTERTAINMENT COLONIAL PLAYERS' pro- duction of is powerful. Pajre 41 YESTERYEAR'S has mid- dle-of-the-road appeal. Page 39. STATE ANTI-APARTHEID protes- ters remain camped in a Johns Hopkins University adminis- tration building. Page 4. AUSTRIAN President Kurt Waldheiffi admitted his role in Nazi purges. Page 2. SAILING AMERICA'S CUP challeng- ers make adjustments Page 33. SPORTS CLIFF REES will be a start- er again for the Navy basket- ball team Page 25. PEOPLE FORMER Democratic vice nominee Geral- dine Ferrarn eot her car back yesterday one day after it was but the 1982 Oidsmobile 98 was miss- ing its front I bumper and had a bro- ken police said. The at the curb in -front of Ferrate's New York City was taken between 1 a m and 6 a.m. according to Detective Friedman The found jester- day morning m a different in the Slid Officer Ed Kulesa a po- ttee spokesman For took at other people in the news today see ptge 3 J0TTERY JtaSihers yesterday Three-digit isi Ffck 4 pages 47 1 n 44 11 11 SPELL CAST Magician does Houdini stunt 25 Cents By BOB MITCHELL Staff Writer Magician Wayne Alan was hang- ing out in downtown Annapolis yes- terday. But he wasn't loitering. Suspended by his ankles from a crane at the old Circle Alan wriggled from the confines of a straitjacket as a crowd of 150 ner- vous and curious spectators looked on. By one unofficial it took him 2 minutes and-------------- 20 seconds to es- cape while sus- pended above the marquee of the venue rechristened The Annapolis Theatre of Magic for the Performing Arts. was pretty amazing enjoya- said Balti- more resident Bill who works in Annapo- lis. The stunt was performed to kick off The Houdini Festival of a series of perfor- mances and lec- tures in honor of the famous illu- sionist who died in 1926. Straitjacket es- capes were a trademark of Hou- dini said whose collection of the magician's me- morabilia will be on display at the theater this week- end. The crowd began gathering at a.m on the sidewalk across the street as Alan consulted with crane operator Howard Britton of Takoma talked with reporters and Phombyj sized up the situation WAYNE inset top gets help from his before the straitjacketed He has performed similar stunts illusionist is hoisted into the air by a crane in front of the Theatre of Magic on State Circle several times in the including yesterday. Wayne inset to free himself from the jacket and then was on Page Col. lowered back to the where he waved to onlookers. Police boost patrols Halloween tricks targeted By JEFF DAVIS Staff Writer and Rambos will be hitting the streets tomorrow for a night of Halloween trick-or-treating. And police will be out in force to sort out the good goblins front the bad. Every Halloween police receive reports of pranks and vandalism in the name of traditional Halloween trickery. Although most incidents are of the soaped window last year a 15- year-old trick-or-treater in Glen Burnie was robbed of his bag of goodies by a man. brandishing a chrome-plated revolv- er. And last week someone threw a pump- kin into the car of Peggy J. Grigohis of smashing her rear coun- ty police said. Damages to her 1982 Ford Escort were estimated at more than police said. To help prevent that sort of city police will put 10 additional officers on the roads tomorrow night. be patrolling around in both marked and unmarked vehicles on the lookout for and other inci- said Cpl. William R. city police spokesman. The extra city patrol shift will be from to 11p.m. This year the city has not recommend' ed times for Powell said. various safety organiza- tions have recommended that trick-or- treaters go door-to-door between 6 and 8 p.m. Motorists are advised to be on the lookout for an older Halloween crowd beginning tonight. Many of the downtown Annapolis bars are holding special nights tonight and tomorrow night. County police will also have extra officers on the according to a spokeswoman. Leave time has been Limited to place more officers on and officers from the Special Operations and Reserve Offi- cers will be she said While some hospitals offer free X-ray services to detect foreign objects in Hal- loween local hospitals say they are not providing the service. While X-rays reveal sharp they on Page Col. Broadneck teachers miss their'Apples By PETER WEST SUff Writer Someone has plucked more than worth of Apples from Broad- neck High School And apparently there are no clues to who walked away with two com- a disk drive and a school officials said The equipment was part of more than in goods taken from the physical education and home economics departments some- time between June and according to county police Carol Ann Broadneck's business reported to police last week that two Apple computers worth a total of had been stolen. Also taken were a Epson printer and a Apple disk drive Mrs. Rowse told police that a semi-annual inventory showed the items were taken between between June and October. Annual inventory forms from all ire due at the county Board of Education's property control sec Uon by Oct 15 schools are not hidebound by said William direc- tor of management and fiscal ser vices understand that they have a lot or work to do -at the beginning of the school year The school system does a theft insurance pobcy the pokey has a deductible of per incidence of Norman said A decade the school system was so plagued with thefts that it had been unable to purchase theft insurance for 10 years While no thefts similar to those at Broadneck have been reported to some reports still may remain to be filed Lula business manager at Annapolis High School said she al- ready has filed an imentory that indicates some items were but nothing of sufficient value to report to police The missing items were old and useless things from the old high school at Maryland Hall which could have been stripped to use as parts for new she said wouldn't say we had any major said Patricia business manager at Severna Park High School Items sometimes are moved around among departments and need to be tracked but no missing items were reported to po- she said Also listed is stolen from Broad oa Pare 12. Col. Did daughter die 'for By DEBORAH HADES Staff Writer But oar time bit comt tod Ukr the fbbiae of the tide Somedty hvf trill come tgtia. it'i going to Me some time From ByKtnaA Halfoo Father waits to learn truth at the University of Maryland at College is wafting for some answers Not only does he to under- Bonnie Surrounding them are framed artworks by their daughter skill- ful of masterpieces. that killed Karen KAREN AMH HULSON MR to Hey el DM. Harry Hulson is biding his time The father of Karen Am Hulson. t High School honor stadettt fell to her death in August from s dormitory window Harondale home wtth his stand better what he wttercotor precise pencil also to beis- other yniingn people avoid the kind of tragedy Karen had been at the university for only a few days on Aug 21 She don't want this to have wat a f rein in an attending the happened for he school on the won sitting in the living room of his with her sod ertraeurri- cular accomplishments That the campus police were caUed st 11 46 pm Karen had fallen from s window in Hag erstown the eight-story dor mrtory where she was bring The university released scant information shout that eve nutg Karen wss found on the north side of the hall and declared dead oe the according to Ten university spokesman Campos police irrestigsted sod ea Page Cei.
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