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Capital, The (Newspaper) - February 18, 1986, Annapolis, Maryland Midshipmen break hoop's top ranks. PAGE 19 Backup Bullet helps In win over dippers. 19 Satellite field i undergoing I a shakeout. Cbssil Circulc News-Bu tal SEE PAGE 11 Tomorrow's forecast- Sixties For eee page VOL Cl NO. 41 FEBRUARY 25 Cents GOOD DON'T FORGET John W. Naval Academy history will discuss and Marriage hi Colonial at 8 tonight hi Key Auditorium at St John's College. The lecture is free and open to the public. AREA The city police chief sup- ports most of the proposed reforms for his department. Page 29. TALK OF THE TOWN The city's brick sidewalks become especially treacherous when covered with snow. Page 29. BUSINESS The satellite antenna busi- ness is hi a deep slump. Page il. ENTERTAINMENT Pin a nationally known musical theater celebrates black history with a performance at the Naval Academy tonighL Page 25. STATE lie is asking the legislature for immunity from civil eutts filed by depositors and creditors of bankrupt thrifts. Page 4. Johnson i Johnson will no longer produce over-the-count- er medicines in capsules. Page 2. SPOUTS Maryland coasted to an easy victory last night Page 20. PEOPLE Treasury Secretary James Baker said he used to think only the weak had to turn to filth hi God. But life in Wash- ng to n j which re- v o 1 v e s around the i pursuit of i vinced him spiritual areas i critical as food and Baker made his comments Sunday from the pulpit of St Martin's Episcopal Church hi where ha once served as a vestryman. Baker recalled an incident that illustrated to him how fleeting position of taflaenee sjaf recognition can be. Before leaving Us White House chief of be be was riding in a limeu- when be spotted a nun wafldag alone. Baker recognized Mm as a famer presidential chief of staff woo was owe avrraaajflaa OQMteatly by preteeted by security officers tad always For took at otter people to news LOTTERY Piek4- INDtX Hazardous drug more available By DAN CASET Staff Writer PCP may be for sale on your street or in your community. County narcotics detectives say they have seen a recent resurgence hi the hallucinogenic drug's availability. In January for one county narcotics squad made eight sei- zures of more than any other including cocaine and marijuana. patrol officers have confiscated PCP every usually during routine traffic stops or when responding to complaints of said Officer V. Richard county police spokesman. Sgt Joseph head of one county narcotics said while there seem to be certain in the county for other seems to be on any given day or you could go anywhere in the county and buy PCP I don't think any community is said another county narcotics sergeant who requested anonymity. Shermans that's just about all we've been the detective said. or was developed in the 1850s as an anesthetic for people undergo- ing major surgery. But severe side including caused medical au- thorities to reclassify it for use only on animals. All use whatsoever was banned hi the early when the drug's popularity began to soar. medical and law enforcement au- thorities say PCP is the most dangerous drug on the street A single use can cause perma- nent brain and the drug itself is very unpredictable. authorities have noted a small between rival factions of a PCP distri- button network once known as Compa- a police source said. The drug formerly headed by George Franklin imported millions of dollars worth of the drug from .where it was in clandestine laboritorles. Sine Is now hi a federal and county norcotlcs detectives have arrested his brother twice on PCP distribution charges since Octo- ber. Joseph Harry Sine is now being held in the county Detention Center. So the to control the gang's network has only amounted to threats and acts of the source said. on Page Col. any given day or you could go anywhere in the county and buy PCP I don't think any community Is Narcotics detective LUNCH TIME teaguHa el CHy Dock don't mind the Johneon of AsMMUB itfcaVi M TfwVH VtV 91 lawidroca. Umbreilae may be etaodard they line up tor IMMte from fttaeay M the ouOts oantoe her umbrella for equipment tor eeverel Members of commission ByKEVINDlAWBAUGH Staff Writer The Bous- ing Authority Board of era today refused to comply with Mayor Dennis Caflahan's demand for their resignations. In a letter devlivered to the may- or's the board members said they have no intention of resigning and will serve out their respective terms. Callahan this morning declined to withdraw his but said he would re-examine the issue. disengaging and I'm taking one step back and seeing if the people react to this... not aggressively out there seeking The mayor's decision to back off his demand of last week signals his desire to let tenants' pent-up frustra- tions with the bousing authority take own course. the Resident Advisory a tenant's organisation repre- senting the dty'i public boos- ing made public a letter also calling for the resignations of the board In the tenants' letter asfced for the ouster of Arthur G. Strissel executive director of the housing authority. Representatives of the advisory board could not be reached for comment this morning. director of the authority since said he does not intend to resign nor does he expect the mem- bers of the board of commissioners to leave their posts. He called the board members genuine wonderful who he said have been hard workers political over the years. can't speculate on the mayor I'm amazed and shocked at his asking for their Stris- selsaid. He said the mayor's demand ap- pears to be politically motivated. Callahan tried to exert broader City Hall control over the housing' authority Friday by asking for the resignations of the five ers. on CeL 1.3 County to weigh warmer schools By JACQUELINE TENCZA Staff Writer The county Board of Education wants to know what it will cost to warm op county schools. Prompted by complaints from a Wangn Chapel Elementary School parent at last night's budget bear- the board agreed to review its temperature standards. tht mercury set it M In elaserooM and de- grees in hallways. Watgb parents aad the prtodptl tfctre said teachers race to dose classroom abutting out the chQly hallway air. gotten this complaint from- numerous said board member Joan Cadden. Last night's the bearing on tat proposed operating was one of the- largmt aad most organised in recent years. The budget scats a 1C over year's spending. Mora than W parents from BO- meroBS scaooli preeeea for more teachers to redoes dm and to- Many Page CeL Housing squeeze got tighter in '85 By BOB MfTrHELL JlUff To no pur- and corO tgirivitnd -i ie IMS. to rtwdy tats aMaftX tat Beostef Petty tbet UM man trt ronamilled to the tkf Althoofli oot UM probicn Li UM Umt to ftt developed over tlua i UM tta tafct teatratiea to orer- UM MM by com- vatev i Mate siat year aarf report Ike Paftrtmit ef ao average of I the almost tbc 4 pfrcent rise lavereoaiil Tte rvertfe coet of home kf or Men heeeebokb by stack parents wftk oae tocoaM or were eeeiprteed of senior ttvlag OB Ie Aesiaad tar the rtate Deptrtmerrt of Economic and Commuatty Devriopment pro- posed last It5 4 mlllioc tnttia. tive to provide more affordable bousing Gcv Him Mufbei bai Mttt a rertiofl of the with til million to the General AaeeaMy ka a fttries of MM Mart Hotttaf PeBcy CoskaeMto stefl director Under HotW the wodi set aside H sMBte to available in to ers who do now lor federal anteuoce. 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