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Capital, The (Newspaper) - March 28, 1986, Annapolis, Maryland Your This hazard Is South Weekly page debuts today. SEEPAGE 7 Get on a roll for Easter. SEE SECTION INSIDE Clas HOWELL MICROFILMS C.rcL p 0 BOX 1558 News I LAUREL MD 20707 Tie Tomorrow's Warmer For see page 15. VOL.-CI NO. 74 MARCH 1986 25 Cents GOOD PONT FORGET hand- made crafts and an Easter egg hunt are all part of the Salva- tion Army Easter Fair from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. tomorow at 351 Hilltop Lane. AREA MOTORCYCLE GANG members are arrested. Page 17. ANNAPOLIS RICHARD well-known radio announcer and Naval Academy has died at age 59. Page 15. ETCETERA LEGISLATORS perform the follies again. Page 17. ARUNDEL ARTIST ART ON PAPER exhibit is a rare treat. Page 18. STATE Legislators try to revive SCHOOL AID for Baltimore. Page 4. NATION WORLD CONTRA AID passes the Page 2. ECONOMIC GROWTH it re- Page 8PORT8 POLL WINNERS are Walter Berry for player of the year and Eddie Sutton for coach of the year. Page 18. PEOPLE A woman who claimed a CAT scan she received at a Philadelphia hospital in 1976 made her unable to use her psychic powers has been awarded by a The eight-member Common Pleas Court jury deliberated about 45 minutes Thursday be- fore awarding JUDITH RICH- ARDSON HAINES plui In interest on her malpraetice claim against Temple University Hospital. Ms. contended an allergic reaction to a dye in- jected during the exam gave her recurring head- aches that forced her to give up her practice. Before the she she was able to read con- duct observe the past and the future and help police solve crimes. Judge Leon Katz had in- structed the jury not to consi- der Haines' assertion about her psychic powers in weigh- ing the suit. he told jurors that if they found the hospital negli- gent in giving the CAT they should consider only the damages related to the imme- diate allergic reaction. After the hospital attorney Richard R. Galli argued that the jury had disre- garded the judge's instruc- tions. For a look at other people in the news ptge 3 LOTTERY Numbers drawn yesterday Three-digit 741 Pick 4 INDEX 2 Calendar Classified Ads Editorials EirtcrtsJMnait Health OWtuariei 31 24 14 12-IS 1-10 .15 ..IS T Clubs bar blacks Discrimination standard By KEVIN DRAWBAUGH Staff Writer Sexual discrimination is standard practice at some private clubs in while racial discrimina- tion is more according to a new study ordered by the City Coun- cil. The study surveyed nine clubs and found that four had no female mem- bers and three had members of only one color. For the exclusive Annap- olis Yacht Club bars women from full Blacks are not explicitly but there are no black the study found. The Veterans of Foreign Wars requires members to swear they believe in effectively barring agnostics and atheists. Mayo sewers pushed Groups break with MCA ByJUDIPERLMAN Sooth County Staff Writer Worried that a lawsuit against the Environmental Protection Agency could Jeopardite funding for their sewer hundreds of Mayo residents last night sought reassur- ance that sewers are on the way. they declared their support for organizing a new asso- ciation to officially represent the peninsula. About 400 people Jammed into the Mayo Elementary School audito- many spilling into the to hear County Council Chairwoman Virginia D-West state Sen. Gerald and county officials voice their con- tinuing support for sewers. The meeting was organized after the Mayo Civic Association board of directors learned that certain MCA members had transferred into a special fund to sue the Environ- mental Protection an action many feared would delay the project and risk the loss of federal said Lloyd a board member and the meeting organizer. an umbrella was not officially represented at the but presidents of all other civic groups on the peninsula attend- ed. Both Winegrad and Mrs. Clagett assured residents they would contin- ue to push for sewers but warned that they cannot stop MCA from suing the EPA. nothing that's going to OB Page 16. Col. The Elks Club like other does not explicitly bar whites or females. But its 83 members are all black and all male. possible be- cause all members are as is the of the Elks the study found. These and other findings come from an interim report by the city Human Relations Commission based on its continuing study of discrimi- nation in private organizations and businesses. Most clubs are participating volun- tarily in the study. Information has not yet been made available to the commis- sion by the controversial all-male Eastport Democratic Club or Elks Lodge 622 on Rowe Boule- said Rocco commission chairman. The Paone as it has come to be was ordered by the coun- cil after Alderman Samuel D-Ward proposed it. Gilmer hoped to answer questions about private discrimination stirred by an earlier proposal by Alderman Carl 0. Snow- D-Ward 5. Snowden introduced his controver- sial bill to the council in December. Still under committee consideration the bill would require private clubs that hold city liquor licenses to pledge not to dis- criminate on racial or reli- gious grounds. Clubs that failed to make the pledge or were found in violation of the pledge would be subject to penal- f HIGHLIGHTS OF CLUB MEMBERSHIPS IN CITY ANNAPOLIS YACHT CLUB.............No blacks or members. AMERICAN LEGION 141..............One three 216 members. ELKS CLUB 175.....................................No whites or 83 members. FLEET RESERVE CLUB...................................Breakdown was unavailable. PEERLESS RENS CLUB.....................One no 65 SEVERN RIVER YACHT CLUB ....One three 300 members. VFW..............................................Three two 100 members. ANNAPOLITAN CLUB.........................No blacks or 200 members. EASTPORT YACHT CLUB...............One 104 410 members. EASTPORT DEMOCRATIC CLUB......................Did not respond to survey. ELKS LODQE 622................................................Did not respond to survey. ties as severe as revocation of their licenses. At the core of Snowden's bill is the theory that the city government should not condone discrimination by extending government privileges like liquor licenses to racist and sexist clubs. A parallel argument at the federal level bars discriminatory organiza- tions from receiving federal grants. on Page Col. by M WWIimi WARRIORS Highway hotheads terrify drivers out of frustration By JEFF DAVIS Staff Writer You're driving down the highway and glance in the retr view mirror. The tngry-looking guy behind you Is inching up to your bumper. tltybe you cut him off Maybe he didn't like the way you looked at turn. Maybe you're going too slow. The Road Warrior's high beams are on. Hit horn it blaring. He's so close it looks like he's sitting in the back seat. If you're he'll simply flip you you and and speed on his way. But some drivers aren't that lucky. For it's terror on the highways Brenda Swain of Eastport received a mild concussion last August in a highway confronta- tion that began on Route 50 east of the new Severn River Bridge. After some lane-switching and gesturing in the heavy evening traffic. Mrs. Swain was followed off Route 50 to the light at West Street Karl J. Kaifes of Revell Downs was right behind her got out of his ran up to my truck and took both fisU and banged on the Mrs. Swain testified during a recent District Court trial While other drivers waiting at the light Mrs. Swain stepped out of her truck. was yelling and screaming. He grabbed me by my throat and my shirt and threw me up against the she said. said be approached her at the stop light after she waved for him to come up to her. He said she hit him by pushing open her door. started advancing at me and thet's when I pushed her he said. Kaifes was convicted by Judge Donald Low- man of negligent driving and assault and battery The judge gave him probation before M Page Col. Navy 'Madman can't bully U.S.9 In speech to mids last think we've learned the Gulf of that the tactical procedures we have developed are sound. Everything worked the way we expected it to Adm. James D. Chitf of Naval Operations EPFIE COTTMAN Staff Writer Fed up with foreign Amer- ica this week demonstrated it has the military strength and technology to protect its rights on the high the top officer said last had it snd we did what we bad to do And did tt exquis- itely Adm Jamm D Watkins. of Operations. totd Na- val Academy midshipmen WkQe armed marines in camou- flage patrolled doorways sod body- guards sat aear the Watkiat cocfrontatka with Libya displayed the best of Ameri- can teduMtofy military tnta- taf. Be fottrnMMt military leaders have been assigned added protection since when the Navy traded fine with Libya hi the Gulf of Stdra part of the stepped up security purses and bags were searched at the door and Secret Service agents were stationed throughout Halscy Field House No were re- ported Watkins wouldn't speculate oo how Amenta would respond if Libyan leader Moanmar Ihadafy carries oat threats el terrorism afttMt U-S. Bat he Mtd the Navy already arovtd feat tt womkto't be trouod by Khafefy. Natal auk at toast ore UbybB fttni Itortt raided a after American planes were fired on in the he said was not a complex engagement that we were involved Watkins said beauty of it we proved our tactical Libya claimed the enure golf as territory even tfeongb the United States and most other triei recogaift only a 12-mile Blrit to territorial waters Naval ia the de- scribed aa a routine ef international sea rifbu. ended early yesterday Watkins said it took the atoet radar and wiipos avafla-
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