Capital, The (Newspaper) - April 24, 1995, Annapolis, Maryland
Island residents fear speed limit increase Bl HOME AGAIN Orioles win exhibition over 8-7 Dl welcomes VanSlyke back to the dugout. Sportscaster Howard Cosell PAGE A7 MONO. APRIL MD 35C A nation mourns know I can't hurt them as bad as they hurt my Family is left in ruins ASSOCIATED PRESS OKLAHOMA CITY When Jannie Coverdale closes her eyes and tries the images of the bombing tor- ment her into consciousness. see too so I don't go to she see the kids. I see the kids in the day-care center.... I see too The two grandchildren for whom Mrs. Goverdale had legal Eli- and were killed in the terrorist bomb blast that ruined-the federal building and along with the lives of many like her. Her viewed the bodies of his two children Saturday night after they were identified by the coroner's office and turned over to a funeral home. can look at them and tell they were killed he said yester- day at the funeral after making plans for to be-held Wednes- day. Mrs. Coverdale did not view the bodies but. remembers her son's de- scription as if she had. what I saw last she said. baby doesn't have a head. Aaron's got half of a Seeing the mangled bodies.of his children provoked an anger in Coverdale that he had never felt before in his life. know I can't hurt them as bad as they hurt my he said. is no punishment in this for the terrorists that can equal what was done to his children and the other not even public execution. What will life be like now for those who Memories of the way their Page Rescuers nearing AP photos Mourners weep at a prayer service held yesterday for the victims of the bombing of the Alfred P. Hurrah Federaj above. At center is Edye Edye and her husband Tony lost their two Cotton and Chase 3. At President Clinton holds the hand of Jason whose an office manager for the Secret Service In Oklahoma Is still missing In the rubble. OKLAHOMA CITY The search for bomb victims entered a grim new phase today as searchers at a federal office building dug into sections of a day-care center and Social Security office that are expected to yield a heavy death toll. As the investigation into the bomb- ing President Clinton sought new powers to combat terrorism. His chief of Leon de- fended those proposals today against charges that they could violate civil liberties. obyjtously a balance that we always have he said on the This show. president's proposals I think are right on the An Army deserter from Fort was questioned yesterday after being apprehended in California. The lone suspect charged so Timothy once served at ForfRiley. There word that on the day a Texas congressman's office received a fax in cryptic lan- guage that may have described the Oklahoma federal office building that was devastated. In connection with the authori- ties reportedly were seeking to ques- tion a University .of .Michigan custo- Mark who broad- casts warnings against a World over short-wave radio and has distributed militia how-to tapes. Two. brothers who were friends of Mr. McVeigh were being held as mate- rial and there were searches and questioning over the weekend in Las upstate New Michi- gan arid Kansas. as the natjon observed a day of mourning there was more bad news. Besides the 78 confirmed dead from the federal office building bombing nurse Re- becca. died yesterday from head injuries suffered trying to help after the blast. More than 400 people were injured in the worst terrorist attack in the United Page center HOW YOU CAN HELP Religious groups are joining with other disaster relief agencies in coming to the aid of the victims of the Oklahoma City bomb explosion. Catholic Charities USA's Disaster Response Office that it has wired in emergency assistance to Associated Catholic Charities of Oklahoma The money Is' earmarked to help families with trauma counseling and mental health medical expenses and funeral expenses. The Rev. Charles state director of disaster relief of Baptist Convention of Maryland and said his agency has several volunteers on to leave immediately for Oklahoma if they are The Southern Baptist Convention has already-set up mobile feeding units that are working-with the Red Cfossjoteed the rescue workers and families of according to the The biggest need is for financial. help and people may send checks Baptist Convention of Maryland and designated for the Oklahoma City 10255 Old Columbia MD 21046. Catholic Charities Oklahoma disaster Response 1731 King VA 22314. B'nal B'rlth Disaster Relief 1640 Rhode Island 20036. Red Cross disaster-Relief P.O. Box 20013. Credit card donations can be made by .calling 842-2200. Federal Emergency Management 284-0609. Number will be in. operation from 9 a.m. to 9 each day. To Red St. Anthony 405-231-3003 or 231-3006. Bill would cover longer hospital stays for new mothers A bill awaiting Gov. Parris Glend- ening's approval would require insur- ers to cover 48-hour hospital stays or home care for mothers and reversing a trend toward shorter post- pregnancy care. Under the mother and child could be discharged before 48 home. The among the first such ef- forts in the would have made a big difference for mothers such as Stacey Berger and Ellen O'Brien. Mrs. of ClarkesviUe in Ho- ward had to bring her wailing daughter back to a doctor during a snowstorm to discover the child was I should have let him stay the but I should have been able to stay with Ellen mother And Ms. O'Brien convinced doctors to let her take her first child home hours if they are medically but a nurse would have to visit them at.- malnourished and jaundiced. at Greater Baltimore Medical Center even though he had respiratory prob- lems rather than be. discharged without him. took him out of here in the .middle of the in a pouring-down Ms. O'Brien said. I should have let him but I should have been able to stay with Pregnancy stays have grown short- er as hospitals cope with cost pres- sures. the stay for childbirth was roughly three days. Now it's about one. The governor's position on the measure remains unclear. The Maryland Association of Health Maintenance Organizations and other critics of the proposed legislation say 48-hour hospital stays Page INSIDE Glennie appointed to Capital posts Shedding their last belong- terrified refugees fled by the thousands in ankle-deep mud today from a camp where at least died in Rwanda's latest burst of ethnic A2 ARUNDEL For family and lacrosse teammates of slain 20-year-old Riva resident Kevin the end of this spring's lacrosse season will not be about tallying assists and faceoffs. They'll be tallying dollars. Bl When 1993 budget cuts scratched Cape St. Claire Elemen- tary School from the school system's list for new new computer the school's parents and teachers pitched in to build one themselves. Cl Toby Moore nad a feeling about what direction his baseball career would go when when he came to the Naval Academy three years ago. Not quite comfortable with a probable role as starting Moore tried to pull a fast one on Bob then a first- year head coach. Dl 4 Anjndel Report..... 81 Editorials............ A6 Broadneck........... Cl Lottery................ A4 Calendar............. A5 Movies................ B4 Classified............ C2-8 Obituaries........... A7 Comics................ D6 Police-Beat........... A7 Crossword........... CB Sports................Dl-4 Death Notices...... B4 Television........... B5 Portions of The Capital are printed each day on recycled paper. The newspaper also is recyclable. Classified....................268-7000 Circulation..................2684800 From Kent 327-1583 All other departments..268-5000 James Brown and Fred Glennie were appointed to new positions at Capital- Gazette publisher Philip Merrill announced today. Mr. will take over as chief financial officer from Mr. who will become director of advanced tech- nology. Mr.' Glennie has been the company CFO since 1969. Mr. Brown has been with The Capital as controller since 1985. Mr. Merrill said the changes were initiated by Mr. Glennie. He said the technological revolution in publishing involving computer science and digital plus the company's venire on the Internet and other research and development precipitated the change am pleased to be able to retain the experience and knowledge of a superb executive like Fred Glennie while pro- moting the kind of management talent JAMES BROWN chief financial officer capable of guiding us into the Mr. Merrill said. A native of Mr. FRED GLENNIE director of advanced technology Brown graduated with a master's de- gree in business administration from Louisiana Tech University and re- ceived his undergraduate degree in accounting from the University of Ar- kansas in Monticello. He worked previ- ously in accounting administration at the Arkansas Gazette and Burlington Industries. He lives with his and four sons Cory. and 6 in .Arnold. 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