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Cumberland Sunday Times News (Newspaper) - May 6, 1990, Cumberland, Maryland I a scramble on Page i 3. Cumberland times news readers can win $3,000 in Cash prizes. See Page i 3 world championships inc. Is sponsoring the first of two Mountain Bike races next weekend Over the rugged trails of Green Ridge state Forest. See sports Cumberland sunday times news no. Xxiii no. 18 Cumberland Mary land sunday May 6, 1990 one Dollar unbridled and jockey Craig Perret win the 116th running of the Kentucky Derby saturday at Churchill Downs. See Page cd the weather partly sunny and cooler sunday. Highs in the mid to upper 60s. See regional forecasts on a-2. Ii plead guilty Miami a the reputed no. 3 Man in colombians Cali drug Cartel and an associate pleaded guilty to Federal drug charges two weeks into their trial after a defense attorney concluded the government had a an unbeatable Luis Santacruz Echeverri accused of handling the . End of shipments pleaded guilty to 49 counts Guillermo Penagos reputedly top lieutenant admitted to 30 charges court officials said Friday. Road Cut off Kaapana Hawaii apr lava from Kilauea Volcano Cut off the last Road out of this coastal Community saturday and nearly encircled the towns store and a Church. Part of the lava flow was headed toward an area of Sand dunes about 225 Yards from the Ocean according to Hawaii county civil defense spokesman Bruce Butts. Apology finally Victory wis. A Sac and Fox indians received an apology saturday from Wisconsin for the 1832 bad axe massacre during which hundreds of their tribal predecessors were killed while trying to flee White pursuers. A i thank you sir a a Elmer Manatowa of Stroud okla., chief of the Sac Fox nation told a state legislator who presented a proclamation of apology from the Wisconsin Assembly during a ceremony. Stinea Neuse Index regular feature a annl Nam k3 a Tri stale did Nedi St Bio a shopper Cli a outdoor o a editorial aim a camera a front k Center.a3 a Carrell a nature note by a Cumb. Skie bl3 Section National International a living e state As lot Al area b classified ads 1 3-14 sports c advertising supplements a a a by diet. Store a Hohf a a c. Pinny a Jim a Igaz a smart a riven drug Stone a shop n Sara omd a a Sopor frat a super Vatu for a restful sleep. Queen sire waterbed like new $100 sold last classified ads world Call 722-4604 fluoride supporters hold rally by Bill Derlan times news writer Cumberland supporters of fluoridated water turned out saturday morning for a rally designed for Young children on the downtown Cumberland mall. The event called fun Day to fight tooth decay was organized by concerned citizens for a healthier Cumberland. The pro fluoride group consists of physicians dentists and residents representing numerous educational and civic organizations. Dozens of children and adults lined up and marched around the mall to music from a portable Public address system. Other activities included face painting puppet shows and singing a All in support of better dental health. Members of the Junior women a civic club of Cumberland donned storybook character costumes to entertain the continued on Page All March on the mall a children and adults marched on the downtown Cumberland mall saturday morning in support of fluoridation. The Parade and other activities for youngsters were sponsored by concerned citizens for a healthier Cumberland. Members of several medical groups and civic organizations attended. To in est web ill Der inn murderer returned to Maryland by Jeff Alderton times news writer Cumberland the last time August b. Doak paid a a a Friendly a visit to Cumberland he murdered two men. Fifteen years later Doaks Back a this time in shackles and ready to begin serving a 90-year prison term for the homicides. Doak now 73, who just completed serving a Federal prison term for a Bank robbery he committed in 1975 in Ohio was brought to the Allegany county jail on saturday by deputies of the Allegany county sheriffs department before being taken to the Maryland Penitentiary in Baltimore on monday. The deputies travelled to the Federal prison in Lewisburg pa., Early saturday to bring the former Ohio Man Back to a City he probably will never forget. Doaks problems with the Law in Allegany county began not Long after he and two friends arrived in Cumberland by bus and checked into the fort Cumberland hotel on May 21, 1975. Claiming to be employees of a construction company in Ohio the men signed in at the Baltimore Street hotel under the names of Gene Mcdonald one convict returned a August b. Doak. Center. Who committed two murders at the fort Cumberland hotel 15 years ago was brought Back to Maryland saturday by Allegany county undersheriff Gary Simpson left and county jail administrator John Bone. I Oak will be taken to the Maryland Penitentiary at Baltimore monday. It times Sens Chuck Hie Tikas greyhound mediators fail to produce pact allies agree about a unified Germany of numerous aliases used by by Doak James Edward Mayberry whose last name was actually Maybrier and Richard Dunn Cook. 41. After they signed in at about 5 30 . That tuesday they dined together and then retired to their respective oms 602. 604, and 606. Later that night. Cook and Maybrier went out for a Beer Doak was a non Drinker and remained in the hotel room. According to Cumberland police chief Robert Giles who was then a lieutenant in charge of the City police investigation division there was a disturbance reported at the fort Cumberland hotel. Two City police officers arrived at the hotel and went to the sixth floor but found nothing unusual and no indications of a disturbance. Unbeknownst to the officers Doak exited room 602 at about the same time and left the building he apparently walked North past the old police station now the senior citizens Center and past St. Patrick a Church where he ditched one of two handguns used in the shootings. Doak then boarded a freight train and left the area. The following morning hotel employees Virginia Davis and Howard welts arrived to clean the room and found the bodies of the two victims Cook and Maybrier. One body was found slumped by a chair and the other was found lying Between two Beds. Both had been shot twice in the Chest. Chief Giles recalls that at least a dozen shots were fired during the incident. The investigation began immediately with All detectives of by Barry Schweid a diplomatic writer Bonn West Germany apr the four world War ii allies agreed saturday that German unification should go Forward without delay and they shied away from imposing restraints on what will be Europe s most powerful nation. A the cold War is Over. Our planet the world Europe Are now embarking on a new Road Quot soviet foreign minister Eduard Shevardnadze said after the nearly seven hour meeting. West German foreign minister Hans Dietrich Genscher read a declaration by the nations that set a timetable for further talks with a session in june in Berlin in july in Paris and in september in Moscow. It was the first top level unification session among the Germany and the allies a the United states soviet Union Britain and France a which split Germany into two countries 45 years ago. The diplomats also agreed to invite polish foreign minister Krzysztof Skubiszewski to the Paris session when Border issues will be discussed Genscher said. Poland expressed fears Over possible German claims to territory that belonged to Germany let before world War la and Poland will have the right to address All related issues the declaration said. . Secretary of state James a Baker ii appearing at a joint news conference with the other diplomats after the meeting emphasized that germans of the new nation should make their own decisions. Otherwise he said the allies would be a planting seeds of future asked about such Touchy issues As the size of a new German army and How close it might be deployed to Poland and the soviet Union he said a ultimately the fundamental continued on Page All car kills two boys hurts nine Riverside 111. A a speeding car veered through a baseball Field where Young children were playing saturday killing two boys and injuring at least nine children and two adults before crashing into a building officials and witnesses said. Several of the injured children and one of the adults were in critical condition said Michael Maggio. Spokesman for Loyola University medical Center in Maywood where the la children and two adults were taken. A i saw a car driving through the Field and i saw it hitting kids Quot said Amy Ulrich 14, of Riverside who was babysitting at nearby playground equipment. A it was going kind of crazy and going real she said. After hitting the people in Robinson Park in the West Chicago suburb of Riverside the car continued across a Busy Street and rammed a medical clinic in the adjoining suburb of Berwyn witnesses said. Compassion a Beverly Lang in nurse manager of sacred heart Hospital s intensive care unit visits i ctr patient Lucille Welch of fort Ashby a a. Lang won the first National award honouring critical care nurses. Sacred heart nurse the City police department a. A a a Mccusker a taking Oart atone w1us Nat Loyial Hward by Karen Ball a labor w Riter Washington a negotiators for striking greyhound Drivers and the bus line recessed negotiations saturday after a nine hour bargaining session failed to produce a new contract in the 2-month walkout. The Federal mediation and conciliation service said both sides were reviewing proposals and that mediators hoped to schedule new talks within a few Days. The talks were the first in the walkout since mid March and came a Day after the company reported a $56 million loss for the first three months this year. Much of saturdays session was devoted to a review of the company a financial situation and How it would Impact a potential contract said a source close to negotiations. Money problems made the bargaining process Quot extremely difficult Quot the source said. The Lack of another scheduled meeting a is not a Good sign Quot the source said noting negotiators had originally talked of possibly meeting sunday and monday As Well. A four hour round of morning negotiations which mostly involved each Side talking separately with Federal mediators produced a very Little Quot Progress Union president Edward m. Strait said after labor and management broke separately for lunch. A a we re feeling the process out right now a a Strait said. A a we re hopeful Well reach a greyhound vice president Anthony p. Lannie the company Stop negotiator also said a nothing s happened so far a but indicated that was because the two sides had spent most of the time in the morning session with mediators. Mccusker a taking part along with county investigators William Baker and Donald Peck. Investigators neither knew the True identities of the victims nor the third Man that had signed in fingerprints were lifted from items at the scene and Giles and then sgt. Wayne Mccusker took the prints to the Fri in Washington for identification. Through those fingerprints the identities of the victims and the suspect were known a Day after the investigation began. A warrant was issued and the search for Doak began. Investigators collected 57 pieces of evidence in the three rooms. Police also found ski masks a sawed off Shotgun ammunition and women a stockings. Investigators traced one handgun to Columbus Ohio and Giles and Mccusker travelled there to talk to the Man continued on Page All Cumberland registered nurse Beverly Lang nurse manager of sacred heart Hospital s intensive care unit been selected As the critical care nurse recognition award Winner for 1990 this is the first award of its kind Given to a nurse sponsored by Siemens medical systems inc., a manufacturer of medical electronics and critical care nurse journal the National award recognizes Lang s contributions to one of the most demanding areas of nursing the formal award presentation will be saturday May 19, at the Palace of the legion of Honor Iii san Francisco calif., prior to a major nursing conference. I aug w As nominated for the award by Dorothy s i in in o n s a n d m a r g a r e t Aldridge both registered nurses who work at sacred heart. A panel of leading Crit Teal care professionals selected Lang from a Large Field of nurses representing hospitals from across the United states. A to in recognized As a humanitarian teacher Counselor Leader Helper and a Friend by a peer is the measure of a truly exceptional person Quot said Ell Ward m Dir in president and chief executive officer of a or int heart mixing joined sacred heart in 1968 As a staff nurse in the intensive care unit. In 1976, she became the head nurse in in Tensive care the position she now holds a it takes a truly dedicated nurse to remain in iou for More than 20 years Quot said Dot tie Winner vice president for nursing Lang was described As a sensitive earing person who places the needs of her patients and their families first in a letter of nomination by Simmons a Pennsylvania native. Using is a graduate of Nesbitt memo continued on Page All Bishop Walsh . Holds a Community service Day see Page b3

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