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Capital, The (Newspaper) - May 7, 1995, Annapolis, Maryland SPRING REAL 24-page guide is full property news you can use I INSIDE SPORTS SEE PAGE Cl FOR DETAILS Caps nip Pens in Gamel THUNDER Longshot colt wins Kentucky Derby Kiwis cruise to America's Cup finish line OCTO ARCHIVES 312 LAUREL AVE LAUREL MD 20707 MAY City teen gunned down on street By BRADLEY PENISTON Staff Writer An Annapolis teen-ager was gunned down yesterday morning after arguing with a man on Tyler Avenue in the Robinwood public housing police and witnesses said Dwayne of 1350 Tyler was taken to Anne Arundel Medical where he was pronounced dead after the a m said city police spokesman Officer Shelley White Officer White said the gunman exited a Apparent argument leads to slaying of 16-year-old fired three or four shots at Mr. and then fled in the vehicle. A 12-year-old eyewitness told The Capital that just before the Mr. Durley and another man were standing on the street arguing The man walked to his pulled a gun from his and fired three times at Mr. the witness said was running after he got shot He got to the parking lot across the street and just the boy.said No arrest had been made as of late last but the investigation is Officer White said At least two detectives have been assigned to the case. They were interviewing witnesses last night and could not be reached for comment Mr a student at South River High loved to play basketball and had many said his Shelia Jones He was the fourth of her seven children She said she had no idea why her son was murdered I know is bits and pieces of different she said Neighbors who knew Mr Durley called him fun to be and sexy. was a good boy It's a sad said LaTanya who said she was a friend of the family taking people's lives like it was a piece of trash and putting it in the trash Outside Mr Durley's his medium- black-and-tan dog named snuffled at the end of a wire leash loved his dog That dog was his night and said a friend of the family who asked -not to be identified. V-E Day Memories 'Paris went but back home in reaction was more subchjed. Local residents tell why. Irvin midi ponf flash I BRADLEY PENISTON Staff Writer rving C. Klepper was on midnight duty in a radio frobm outside Paris when a confidential message flashed across the .Dated May it j news the whole world had waited for. Germany had unconditionally. After nearly six the war in Europe was over. Then-Li. Klepper spread the news quietly to fellow officers in j 8ffl'Pirst Allied Airborne i by the next the secret was out just went wild. There were dancing in the I especially under the Eiffel Tower. The Champs- Elysees was packed sidewall to sidewall with said the Severn Park who rltired as an Army colonel in the 1970s. Because the Allies wanted to make a joint proclamation about the war's the surrender became official on May 9. Tuesday will mark the 50th anniversary of V-E Day. In residents of Maryland's The Capital city reacted more somberly than those in the French The Capital. The U.S. was still fighting a and nobody Wanted to be too effusive while men fought on in the Pacific. Annapolis resident Marion remembers getting the news while boating with friends on Spa Creek. When the peace crackled ever their sailboat's the 19-year-old and her friends docked their boat and headed for St Mary's Church on Duke of Glouchester Street to attend a service. The Capital Still ratio mthiMlMt flftfr 60 Irving Ktoppor rattrtd M colonel and lives In Sevwna Park. At BID and Altec DMMpyer hoM a book of World War II rattan coupons for and food. Mary's Qwntntary School whan CtsfiMny tha AnnapoBs AluAM MKA uvas farawnoar ma USE V-E Day. BUI than. Teens chased from Easton to Annapolis By CHRISTOPHER MUNSEY Staff Writer Two teen-agers led several police departments on a high-speed chase from Easton to Annapolis yester- stopping only after state troopers peppered their stolen Cadillac with The 45-mile Route 50 pursuit reached speeds of 90 mph as the Cadillac careened in and out of forcing numerous vehicles onto the shoulder the manner of their it's just the grace of God that more people weren't said Lt. Greg a state police spokesman The driver twice intentionally rammed a trooper's cruiser near Route 8 on Kent damaging it so badly that it had to be Lt. Shipley said The 1987 Cadillac was driven by a linear-old with a 16-year-old passen- ger. Police believe that the youths and the car are from D.C. The half-hour chase started around a.m. after one of the juveniles allegedly grabbed a purse from a wom- an at the Super Fresh grocery store at the manner of. their it's just the grace of God that more people weren't Lt. Greg state police spokesman the Easton police said. The woman's who was chasing the juvenile oh came Upon an Easton police said Lt. Marty commander of the Annapolis state police The juvenile got into the Cadillac with the Easton officer in and the chase soon moved onto westbound Route 50. The Easton Police Department noti- fied state police around a.m. State troopers picked up the chasaat the Route 50-301 split. As many cruisers from the Easton Police DeparJ- state natural resources Page Ahem loses state I transportation Ex-county official's sweet deal By TODD SPANGLER Staff Writer Former county councilman Edward C. Ahern's state job picking sites for new bus stops in Ocean City was terminated last week as The Capital began looking into his employment. Mr. Ahern was given a one-year contract with the Transportation De- partment in November 1992 by former secretary 0. James a close political friend. The two got to know each other during Mr Lighthizer's tenure as Anne Arundel County executive and Mr Ahern's four terms as a councilman Dale an assistant to new Transportation Secretary David Win- said Mr. Ahern's deal ended Tuesday. Inquiries into his employment were made on and state officials reported the termination on Thursday. Since completing work on bus stop sites in Ocean the fornjer councilman Ihai been working with the Department of Natural Rf sources. For almost year Mr. who loit his council seat in AHERN had been working to increase revenue for parks on the Eastern said DNR Assis- tant Secretary James W. Dunmyer. His continued to come through the Transportation Depart- officials from both departments reported. Mr. Milliard said that since the- former councilman's work for the Mass Transit Administration was DNR needed to pick up the contract. was time for us to transition Buddy Mr. Milliard said. Page LOW Sunny today and tomorrow. M Orioles fall Danny Darwin got his first victory in nearly a benefiting from a six-run second inning that carried the Blue Jays past the Orioles 7-3. Rafael Palmeiro had a homer for the who strarjded 13 runners. Cl HERE COME THE In Anne Arundel and most other May is the month for the businesses that cater to brides. This Is the time that florists and bakeries have long some with the anxiety of a weak-kneed groom. ROTO Kerry Drapalski is one of almost 2 million rotisserle baseball league across the nation who have choked back their rooting for the home team and started jockeying players into a fantasy lineup more to their liking. El 7 102 Arundel Report 01 Editorials A14-15 Business. Bl Lottery A4 Books......E3 Movies.......E2 Classified F118 ..A2-3 Comics... Hi Obituaries.........02 ClaMHIod...................271-7000 Circulation.................MMMO ;