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'One day she was hollering for him to do something for her... I have other work for you to do.''He had a horrendous systemic and local staph infection, and he developed horrible green pustules on his face, which Martha, who had a way with words and wonderful little terms, called green meanies,' according to Tatlock.
She came tearing out of the house, Andy was down on his knees working in the garden with his Walkman on, and Martha was standing at the top of the slope with her hands on her hips, shrieking, 'Andy! Martha was furious that Andy's illness had put a damper on the get-away.
A little tipsy by the end of the night, Andy wanted to go to bed, but Martha didn't.
'Upset and angry, Andy went to bed alone,' Oppenheimer wrote, 'while Martha went off with her new friend. How could you forget this or that."'Her manner with Andy became the source of much stress and anxiety and anger.
'Martha was really upset,' Tatlock said, 'because she was afraid Andy's illness was going to ruin her vacation...
She was angry that he had gotten sick, actually angry at him, and was punishing him.
Martha Kostyra, a beautiful Jersey girl from a staunch Roman Catholic, middle-class Polish-American family married part-Jewish Yale University Law student Andy Stewart in July 1961, Unlike the Kostyras, Stewart's was upscale.
She kept him waiting at the altar on their wedding day July 1, 1961, at St. Martha was then a student at Barnard, and trying to pursue a modeling career.