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Capital, The (Newspaper) - March 7, 1986, Annapolis, Maryland It's time to take the plunge. SEE SECTION INSIDE 21MV Friday Annapolis faces Meade for title. HOWELL P U BOX LAUREL Capital Tomorrow's Fair 30 For aee page 7. VOL. Cl NO. 56 MARCH 25 Cents GOOD The Junior League of Annap- olis will sponsor the 6th An- nual Children's Carousel sale of new and used children's handcrafts and attic treasures from 0 a.m. to 3 p.m. tomorrow at Medford 18 Willow St. AREA Property owners face crimi- nal charges for county code violations. Page 27. ETCETERA Lobbyist and car tangle. Lobbyist wins. Page 27. POLICE An Annapolis detective re- ceives a law enforcement award. Page 11. BUSINESS Insurance causes a financial crisis. Page 28. ARUNDEL ARTIST The MPA Gallery on the Circle features pottery and oil ENTERTAINMENT Henrik Ibsen's Wild is a mirror of our fraili- Page 16. STATE Perdue Farms sells poultry to a company with ties to organized crime. Page 4. NATION South Africa's state of emer- gency is lifted. Page 2. SPORTS Cliff Robinson was the hero hi a Bullets win. Page 19. PEOPLE Adeiph a stage actor introduced to a wider audience through two critically ac- claimed films dealing with black i Soldier's and Color ill dead at 52. Caesar ap- j pareotly fered a heart attack 1 yesterday during the second day of film- ing of la Los 'A Soldier's his career took on a new tife and Adotpb often told me that this wil Just the said Steven who di- rected Color In the IMS nominated for 11 Academy Cae- sar played the father-in4aw of the main character. Caesar was nominated for an Oscar for his supporting role as SffL Waters IB the 1IM For a took aHMbtr people ia the news jkaje J. LOTTERY Umbers drawl TeafVttea Evidence of cocaine use cited By EFFIE COTTMAN Staff Writer The Naval Academy this morning expelled Severna Park midshipman Jeff after revealing an arsenal of evidence against the star lacrosse player charged with using cocaine. Breaking the academy's traditional code of silence in conduct an academy spokes- man said evidence against Midshipman 1st Class Bellistri left little doubt that he used cocaine while on leave during Veterans Day last November. Bellistri's urine taken during a random test Nov revealed 16 times the minimum level of cocaine necessary for a positive test said Lt. Cmdr Stephen H. public affairs officer And expert lie detector operators testified that Bellistri used deceptive in- cluding unnatrual to distort the Clawson said. Academy superintendent Rear Adm Charles R. Larson notified Bellistri at 9 30 a.m. today that he had upheld the guilty finding of the hearing Clawson said. Bellistri was unavailable for comment this morning. a senior starting midfielder on the academy lacrosse has until Mon- day morning to resign from the academy or file an appeal with the secretary of the Navy But in either Larson has recommend- ed BeitfetrTbe waived from future obligations to the military because of family concerns. Bellistri's has cancer. The Naval Academy usually does not reveal details of explusions. But federal lawyers ruled that the 23-year-old senior waived Ms rights under the privacy act by The high reading to us that there was a large intake of Stephen H. Academy spokesman publicly acknowledging the charges against Clawson said. Clawson said the academy responded be- cause of the questions raised about the school's fairness in handling the case. At a briefing this Clawson showed the bottle which originally contained Bellistri's urine showing that the mid had initialed the bottle to confirm that it contained his sample. Clawson also detailed evidence from the administrative hearings that showed the chain of custody of the bottle. It showed that an observer watched Bellistri urinate and that the bottle was sealed in a cardboard box and locked and guarded in'an officer's office It then was taken to a drug testing lab in Virginia-where testers signed statements showing when they had the sample and how two independent fobs confirmed the presence of cocaine. One conducted at Bellistri's also showed that the sample was taken from someone with the same blood type as Bellistri. While thr blood type was fairly ACADEMY SPOKESMAN Lt. Cmdr. Stephen H. Clawson this morning Bellistri's urine sample bottle while describing the drug testing process. showed mathmeticians said that was only a 1 in 9 chance. JtaMuMnfjcfdutp sample wouid-bave the tame type of the person who gave the orginal sample Clawson said Bellistri's sample contained nanograms of cocaine per milliliter. The Navy considers a test result positive only is the cocaine content exceeds 300 nanograms per he said. to us fnat tltere wall a intake of' have confidence that the urine sample identified as Midshipman Bellistri's ia on Page Col. Delegation vote kills blue law repeal By PAT RIVIERE Staff Writer Baltimore County and City legisla- tive delegations voted this morning to reject a bill allowing voters to decide whether to repeal the ban on Sunday sales in those jurisdictions The straw votes essentially kill blue law repeal efforts for this year in Anne Arundel County as well. Del. Joseph D-Montgom- powerful chairman of the House Judiciary has said he win not let any repeal bills out of his Sports watch AACC begins key overhaul By JACQUELINE TENCZA Staff Writer The academic progress of student athletes at Anne Arundel Communi- ty College will be monitored weekly as part of an overhaul of the school's sports program The school athletic director will be responsible for ensuring that stu- dents meet the 175 grade-point stan- dard and 12-credit requirement mandated by National Junior College Athletic Association to play varsity sports Under those student athletes must carry a minimum dais load of 12 credit hours per semester and maratain a minimum grade average of 1 71 out of a poacible 4 point or ivtrage This monitoring is just one of a dosea reeotnmendatkmj in a 45-page report that concluded a three-month stadyof varsitv athletics An ad hoc committee was formed after two controversial incidents in ffevenber brought fee credtbfltty of Ike eeOafa's sports program into Involved toner school strttnt wte wit dismissed committee unless all counties in the Baltimore metropolitian area agree The Baltimore City House delega tion voted 16-2 to reject the referen- dum but the Baltimore County delegation voted it down by only one 11-10. Anne Arundel delegates have nev er voted on the issue although Del John the delega- tion said he would like the 13 delegates to go on record on the issue. Repeal opponents this morning argued that Sunday retail store openings would effect the quality of life. Del. Ellen R. R-Balti- more said she felt deprived as a child because her father worked on Sundays. the other fathers were home with their she said. But Del. Lawrence A. D- Baltimore said he was over- whelmingly in favor of the referen- dum bill. current laws are hypocriti- he said. let the voters decide I think the Sunday openings would provide more part-time he said. Current law allows retail stores in most Maryland counties to stay open on Sundays if they have six or fewer employees working that day. All stores may remain open the Sundays between Thanksgiving and Christ- mas Bills calling for blue law referen- dums in Anne Arundeli Baltimore CHECK UP County given a good bill of health One By SCOTT LAUTENSCHLAGER Staff Writer Babies born in Anne Arundel County are more likely to be healthy than those in other Mary land subdivisions. But chances of residents dying from cancer are greater in the county. These are just two of the conclu lions drawn from a report recently released by the Maryland Center for Health which uses data mostly generated from 1980 through Anne Arundel residents are gen erally healthier than other according to the report the first one containing a by-county breakdown of health data beitUi of Marylanders con Unties to Adele secretary of the Department of 8eatth aod Mental sayi in the report The death rate declined 2 percent during 1M2 from 1M1. This can be attrttwted to ee ta deaths from heart other lead- ing Mi Wiluk Prom 1MO through Anne Aruatel County had a death rate of SH deaths per popult- compared with W statewide Tfce CMMT ranked to the of on teeth with MAP SHOWS arena of medium and low mortality ratea wound the state. Darker areas thow htgheat death ratea. Montgomery County having the towtst Ml deaths per 100000 people Baltimore City the is disturbing to note that ewetr the second lead tof cause of death in the state. to increase Ms sirs lo 1M2 the oncer death rate statewide was 152 per 1M.MO popu up from 1JX in 1MB the period Anne aty ranked tift to the with ito deaths per com pared with a state average of 151 Residents ID Girrett County were least likely to die from can- with a rate there of 102 cancer deaths per And Baltimore City had the worst cancer rate of deaths per MO.OW In Marxiand the leading causes of in declining are heart cerebroves- cnlar ea Page CaL and Howard counties and Baltimore City passed the Senate earlier this year This marks the fourth consecutive year that attempts to repeal the blue laws have been beaten back in the House of Delegates. Marylanders for Blue Law a coalition of retail had targeted the Baltimore County dele- gation vote as crucial. said Robert vice chairman and chief administra- on Page CoL Child killed friend are charged By DAN CASEY Staff Writer A Baltimore woman and her boy- who reported the woman's ft- year-old daughter missing from Ha- ntndale Mall Wednesday wert charged this morning with murder- ing the girl. Baltimore City police MM Paulttte 27. and Houston Lanteon. are each charted with first-degree murder in the death ef Mrs Jenkins MyeaUa Etta said Dennis Hffl. Balti- more poUee spokesman The couple is feetof hett IB more wtthont pending aa pearaoce before a jvdge The arrests cane teas thaa It hours after Mrs. appearing on Washtafton and BaHteort tearfmlly how htyeahia erT whUe the three ware abtfpfaf tor Easter gifta at the Police new sajr that story vat by Urteoa and Jenkins fkeoMpte ttve at MM 9L hi SalttaMrt where the gM VkeYt4ft ABMB ten net te bed and Cat
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