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Capital, The (Newspaper) - November 5, 1986, Annapolis, Maryland THE WEATHER TODAY'S satellite picture recorded at a.m. shows ajarge area of rain clouds stretching from the lower Mississippi Valley to the middle Atlantic coast. Thunderstorms are In the central Gulf states and the northwestern Gulf of Mexico. EST, Thu., Nov. 6 Showers Rain Flurries Snow FRONTS: Warm Occluded Stationary The National Weather Service forecasts showers for tomorrow from Mississippi to Pennsylvania. Rain and some snow flurries are expected in the northern Plains and snow flurries are also expected for northern Maine. FORECAST: VERY WET AlVNAPOLIS AREA: Tonight, more rain. Temperatures about steady. East winds around 10 mph. Chance of rain 80 percent. Tomorrow, variable cloudiness and milder with a 30 percent chance of showers. Highs in the low or mid 60s. Light winds. OCEAN RESORTS: Chance of rain tonight is 80 percent. Wind from the east 10 mph. Tomorrow winds will be light with high around 65. Cloudy tomorrow with decreasing pos- sibility of showers. CHESAPEAKE BAY: To- night, east winds 15 knots. Waves 2 to 3 feet. Rain and fog with visibility below 1 mile. Tomorrow, southeast winds 10 to 15 knots shifting to north 10 to 15 knots by afternoon. Waves around 1 to 2 feet. Scatterd showers with visibility 2 miles in rain. EXTENDED FORECAST: Friday through Sunday. Rather cloudy through the period with a daily chance of rain. Highs mid 50s to low 60s. Lows mainly in the 40s. Cooler in the Mary- land mountains. AREA ALMANAC Record high today: 83 (1975) Record low today: 25 (1879) One year ago today: Rain, 60 51 (low) Precipitation one year ago: .32 inch Precipitation from midnight up to 8 a.m.: .36 inch for Cumulative precipitation November: 1.24 inches Normal precipitation for No- vember: 3.13 inches Yesterday's high: 57 Yesterday's low: 44 TOMORROW'S TIDES Annap. Edgwtr. FairHav. HIGH a.m. p.m. a.m. p.m. a.m. p.m. LOW a.m. p.m. a.m. p.m. a.m. p.m. Sdy Pt. Shdy Sd. HIGH a.m. 9'12 p.m. a.m. p.m. LOW a.m. p.m a.m. p.m. Tonight Sunrise: a.m.; sunset: p.m. Moonrise: a.m.; moonset: p.m. ACROSS THE NATION By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Rain spread from the Plains across the South today and drenching thunderstorms touched off high-water warnings in Oklahoma. Thunderstorms also ranged across southern Louisiana and Mississippi, rain was scattered across the Pacific Northwest and snow mixed with rain in northern Minnesota Rain stretched from Okla- homa across eastern Kansas, the lower Mississippi Valley, central Gulf Coast states. Ten- nessee Valley. Ohio Valley, the southern Appalachians, north- ern Virginia and Maryland Heavy thunderstorms prompt- ed a flood warning at Selling, Okla.. on the north Canadian River. Lowland flooding was forecast along the Deep Fork River and possibly along the south Canadian River in Okla homa The Washita River at Clinton. Okla was expected to crest about a foot over flood stage. Today's forecast called for showers and thunderstorms across Mississippi and Alabama into Georgia, rain from south- ern Missouri and southern Illi- nois across the Ohio Valley, Tennessee Valley, lower Great Lakes and Appalachians into southern New England, and showers scattered across the Pacific Northwest Highs will be in the 30s in northern New England. 60s to 70s from the southern Atlantic Coast across the southern Plains and into California. 80s in Florida and the interior val- leys of central and southern California. 80s to 90s in the desert Southwest; and 40s to 50s across most (of the rest of the nation Temperatures around the na- tion at 2 a m EST ranged from 17 degrees at Limestone. Maine, and Montpelier, Vt to 80 at Key West. Ha AP-BA-11-050730EST USE OUR CLASSIFIEDS POLICE BEAT NOV. s, 1990 Circle arrest Davis Matthews Belch, 21, of 1035 C Spa Road, was arrested this morn- ing for driving in circles on a field behind the old Bates Junior High School, city police said. Police said Belch's 1980 four-wheel drive Ford Bronco did "considerable damage" to the field off Smithville Road. Belch was stopped at a.m., police said. Window smashed A brick was thrown through the window of Free State Press, 79 West St., early today city police said. The brick was heaved sometime between 2 and a.m. The culprit did not gain entry, police said. smashed between and 8 p.m. A total of worth of property was taken, including blue jeans, a brief case and glasses. Parole wreck An accident at a busy Parole intersection tied up rush hour traffic this morning, officials said. The accident, at Route 2 and West Street, involved a tractor-trailer and a small car, city police said. The accident occurred shortly be- fore 9 a.m., according to officials. An ambulance was called to the Driver leads chase while handcuffed By DAN CASEY Staff Writer With his hands cuffed behind his back, an alleged drunken driver stole a police cruiser yesterday and drove 100 mph before crashing into three cars on Route 3, seriously injuring two people, county police said. The bizarre incident began after an alcohol-related accident on south- bound Route 3 in Millersville, said Officer V. Richard Molloy, county police spokesman. It ended minutes later on north- scene but the extent of injuries was bound Route 3 near Waugh Chapel unclear. Road, when the suspect, still hand- Details on the accident were not bailed out of the cruiser and available this morning. Car break-ins Crime UPS rewarded Smash 'n' grab thieves hit two cars behind the Merritt Racquetball and Fitness Club, 1981 Moreland Parkway Tuesday night, city police said. Bradley McDonald of Annapolis reported someone smashed a win- dow and stole a book bag, a small and other items be- tween 5 and 8 p.m. Louis C. Korney Jr. of Annapolis reported his car window was Metro Crime Stoppers, a private, non-profit group, pays up to cash for tips on crime, including drug dealers. If you have informa- tion about any crime, call Metro Crime Stoppers' 24-hour hotline at 276-8888. You do not have to give your name, and if your tips leads to an arrest or indictment, you will receive a cash reward. More police beat: Page 39. was nabbed, police said. Craig Lewis Eutsler, 27, of 413C Old Stage Road, Glen Burnie, is charged with driving while intoxicat- ed, auto theft, reckless driving and fleeing and eluding, Molloy said. The police car, a 1982 Ford LTD patrol car, was "totaled There isn't anything left of Molloy said. "But we still can't figure out how he was able to drive the car." Eutsler apparently ran his own truck off southbound Route 3 near McKnew Road around p.m. Off- duty state Trooper Ronald Blount stopped to handle the accident, and county Officer Robert Tice stopped to help out, Molloy said. Because Eutsler had apparently been drinking, Tice handcuffed him behind his back and placed him in the front passenger seat of the coun- ty cruiser, securing the suspect with a seatbelt, police said. Tice left the cruiser running and walked back to get Eutsler's tag; number. Eutsler apparently un- latched the seat belt and allegedly drove off in the cruiser, heading south on Route 3, Molloy said. Tice jumped into Blount's state police car and they chafed the stolen cruiser at speeds greater than 100 mph, Molloy said. Eutsler then al- legedly ran a red light, made a U- turn at Waugh Chapel Road and kept driving, police said. Eutsler swerved into the north- bound left shoulder, allegedly clipped a truck and then ran a van off the road into a tree, before hitting another pickup from behind, The driver of the Nissan, Charles C. Rinehart Jr., 38, of Pasadena, and a passenger, Arthur J. Wallis Jr., of Crownsville, were admitted to the Shock-Trauma Center at University Hospital in Baltimore. They were in stable condition this morning. The driver of the van, Nancy Jane Horsewood, 41, of Millersville, was treated and released. OBITUARIES Esther Michalsen Esther M. Michalsen, 76, of An- napolis, died of cancer yesterday at Anne Arundel General Hospital after a brief illness. A native of Chicago, 111., Mrs. Michalsen was a volunteer at Chica- go area hospitals for many years. She was a long time active member of the Presbyterian Church of Nor- wood Park, 111. She is survived by her husband, Stanley G.; two daughters, Caron M. Fan-is of West Orange, N.J., and Laurel L. Wanko of Annapolis; sev- en grandchildren; one sister, Marion Oakley of Oberlin, Ohio; and one brother, Marshall Lenihan of Des Plaines, 111. A private memorial service will be held in West Orange, N.J. Memorial contributions may be made to the Anne Arundel General Hospital Hos- pice Program. Arrangements are by the Taylor Funeral Chapel. Clyde Burns Clyde V. Burns, 78, of Glen Burnie, died of heart and kidney failure yesterday at North Arundel Hospi- tal. He had been ill since May. Mr. Burns retired in 1970 after 32 years in management with the West- ern Electric Co. He was born in Baltimore and graduated from the Baltimore Poly- technic Institute. He lived in Glen Burnie for the past 45 years. He was a former warden, treasur- er and vestryman of St. Alban's Episcopal Church in Glen Burnie. He was the founding president and cur- rent president of Chapter 606 of the American Association of Retired Persons, one of the first AARP chapters in Anne Arundel County. He was also a member of the Glen Burnie Masonic Lodge, the Balti- more Shriners Temple, and the Bal- timore Scottish Rite Masons. Survivors include his wife of 51 years, Ruth; a son, Bruce C. "of Severna Park; a daughter, Judith Baldwin of Jarrettsville; and three grandchildren. Funeral services will be held at noon tomorrow at St. Alban's Church, 1st and A streets, Glen Burnie, with burial in Glen Haven Cemetery. Arrangements are by the Singleton Funeral Home. Memorial 'contributions may be made to the St. Alban's Church Memorial Fund. Tillie Blackowicz A Mass of Christian burial was offered Monday at Our Lady of the Fields Roman Catholic Church in Millersville for Pelagia "Tillie" Blackowicz, 89, of Gambrills, who died of heart failure Thursday at North Arundel Hospital. Born in Florida, N.Y.; Mrs. Black- owicz lived in Gambrills for the past 1% years. She attended New York City schools. A homemaker, she was a member of Our Lady of the Fields Church where she was a member of the Altar Society. She also was a member of the Carroll Society. Surviving are five daughters, Anna Hoppa of Severn, Virginia Bialecki and Mary Lazowski of Bal- timore, Delores Antczak of Harmans and Catherine Stinchcomb of Glen Burnie; two sons, John and Barney (Henry) of Clearwater, Fla.; one brother, John Snyder of Catskill, N.Y.; 29 grandchildren; and 44 great-grandchildren. She was the wife of the late John B. Blackowicz and the more of the late Joseph and Frank Blackowicz. Burial was in the church ceme- tery. Arrangements were by the Raymond C. Fink Funeral Home in Glen Burnie. Paulina Remey Paulina W. Remey, 82, of Tucson, Ariz., formerly of Annapolis, died of a heart attack Oct. 19 in Tucson. Mrs. Remey, an attorney, worked for several years in Washington with the federal government. In the 1950s she became an Anne Arundel County Commissioner upon the death of her husband, the late John Remey, and won re-election to that office before the county charter was adopted changing the form of government. She was born in Tyaskin, Md. Surviving are several nieces and nephews. A memorial service will be held at a.m. Friday at the Taylor Funeral Chapel, 147 Duke of Gloucester St. Burial was in Sher- bert Cemetery in Deale. John Engwall John Alf Engwall, 26, of Park City, Utah, formerly of Annapolis, died of injuries sustained in an automobile accident Friday near Price, "Utah. Mr. Engwall was the son of Rich- ard and Sylvia Engwall of Annapo- lis. He graduated from Hempfield High School in Landisville, Pa. He had worked as a carpenter and was creator and owner of "Alf's Wear" in Park City. He also was an avid skier. In addition to his parents, he is survived by one brother, David of Boston, Mass.; one sister, Kristin of Quarry ville, Pa.; his grandmother, Dorothy of Washington, D.C.; and grandparents, Margaret and Donald Martensen of Mt. Prospect, 111. A memorial service will be held at 1 p.m. Saturday at Calvary United Methodist Church on Rowe Boule- vard and at 1 p.m. Nov. 15 in Park City Community Church. Memorial contributions may be made to the "Organ Completion Fund" at Cal- vary church. Arrangements are by the Taylor Funeral Chapel. Marie Owens The obituary of Marie Owens in The Capital yesterday omitted the names of two survivors. Mrs. Owens is survived by a brother, Phillip Hall of Annapolis; and a sister, Estelle Hall of Washington, D.C. jou're nappy Hunks to is nov. rated the number one tar in customer satisfaction ITiank NOIJ. Customer' Satisfaction Prwcr and Associates H O IV D'A 1987 HONDAS AT BELOW 1986 PRICES! CALL FOR DETAILS. 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