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   Capital, The (Newspaper) - April 21, 1986, Annapolis, Maryland                               14.0 HOWELL MICROFILMS P BOX 1558 LAUREL VOL. Cl NO. 94 GOOD PONT FORGET THE WARD I Residents' As- sociation will hold a special meeting on downtown parking problems at tonight at Annapolis Elementary School on Green Street. HOME TOURS TWO TOURS of spectacular or historic homes are planned. Page 25. AREA MAYOR DENNIS Callehan was to make a decision today whether be will preside at a hearing on the housing authori- ty. Page 25. ACTION LINE The Capital's CONSUMER ADVICE column helps a read- er with a .problem with a driving school. Page YOUTH TEENS TELL their side. THERE ARE summer jobs out there. Ptge 9. ENTERTAINMENT Pianist NOEL LEE'S perfor- mince at St John's was i gem. Ptge THEATER the Broadway musical that won six Tony opens at The National. AWAY WE QO MCCRILLIS GARDENS is an eiquisite site. STATE FEDERAL OFFICIALS art reviewing an annual shell- dredging 4. WORLD SOVIET LEADER Mikhail 8. Gorbachev says the United States must work to ensure a summit meeting tikes place this year. Ptgti. INTEREST RATES may not go much lower. Ptgt SPORTS PHILADELPHIA pulli even in its series with the Bullets. PEOPLE The leaders of population are tired of watching the town and they're turning to newsprint to advertise for residents. The idea is partly the brain- child of PAT Gilliam County's district attorney its only in fact. tried everything else in this town to keep our popu- lation from he said. The Chamber of Commerce placed advertisements in The Ongonltn in Portland and the Lot Angela which Eastern Oregon community is looking for a few good residents. pensive good schools aad recreation oppor- The town's majestic setting small-town intimacy are its best selling pointy asH the advertisements have prompted particularly trea re- tired people. Woike said. For a look at Other people te see ftfe Numbers drawn Three-digM HI. Pick 4 -em. Lotto a u. INDEX 4 pages. Oaaserfar II Classified Ada 2841 cotttiM M Creetword M Editorials I tBtcrutameat 14-15 Obituaries 7 PoBeeBeat 7 MD 20707 v Tomonow'e cool For eoe pave 7. APRIL 8-month moratorium imposed 25 U Mi building banned By CHRISTINE NEUBERGER SUff Writer An eight-month countywide build- ing moratorium will be imposed on waterfront property while the county drafts new development officials announced this morning. No applications will be accepted for subdivisions within feet of tidal waters as the county writes guidelines to comply with the state critical areas mandate. The ban would be retroactive to today under a bill to be introduced to the County Council this afternoon. Likely to win council approval within a couple of the ordi- nance is expected to meet opposition within the local building industry. have to do what we have to said County Executive 0. James while acknowl- edging that the bill will be contro- versial. we think it's important that this law be applied The moratorium would postpone review of rezonings and special exceptions as the county drafts guidelines for what Maryland calls the foot ribbon of land along the Chesa- peake Bay and its tributaries. But exceptions to the ban will be granted in cases of hardship and for subdivisions that propose one unit per 20 officials said. The critical areas de- signed to curb pollution in the affects up to 430 miles of or 17 percent of the county. Anne Arundel is among 15 counties required to develop local guidelines based on criteria recently enacted by the General Assembly. The juris- dictions have until next year to produce their own plans for line development County officials said the 8-montb moratorium will give the county Office of Planning and Zoning time to produce new land-use maps for the critical area. But they did not rule out an extension of the building ban. a you would have a land said citing a recent rise in the number of development plans submitted. County officials said the building moratorium conforms itftit key component of the county's IS-point growth management program. In the program announced last the county affirmed its com- mitment to quickly implement new guidelines for development of county shorelines. county will continue to take the environmental lead it has OB Page Cek ST. JOHN'S STUDENT Mirk Manry Unas up hit shot under the close eerutlny of row of midshipmen yesterday afternoon. JUST WICKET Johnnies torpedo mids' bid to even score in croquet CHEefMNO ON Si John's ere Jemet and Anthony Nyberp. By EFFIE COTTMAN Staff Writer West eat your heart out. What the Cadets couldn't manage on the football St. John's muslered on the croquet lawn downing the Naval Academy midshipmen 2 games to 1. The Johnnies now boast a 84 advantage in the annual where clashing ideologies are set aside for champagne and competition so refined most spectators can't comprehend it. Besides the victory beneath the St. John's Liberty students from the small liberal arts school also edged the midshipmen hi ore-tournament pranks. Early six Johnnies piled In a canoe and staged an on the heavily guarded academy. After penetrating they painted the academy statue of Tecumseh blue and the recently selected St John's colon. Mids arriving for the match then were greeted with a sign declaring that best weapon is an Midshipmen refused comment on possible insisting that it was a military secret and a matter of national security. Despite the hijlnks and good-natured kid- students from both schools said the event brings them closer together. allows the academy and St. John's to realize there's not that much that separates said Midshipman Second Class BUI Weber of Georgia. not as different as we think we of it is seeing that this mass of black uniforms are human said St ea Page Col. HIM Ksrt and Harry try to dletreet St John'e Lyitdoey Park homes OK'd despite crowding By JACQUELINE TENCZA Staff Writer The county Planning and Zoning office for the first time has overridden school officials who sought to block construction of 40 homes in Severna Park because the high school is filled to capacity. School officials refused to sign the ade- quate facilities section of the development plan because Severna Park Senior High School exceeds the state-deUrmined enroll. according to county School Superin- tendent Robert C. Rice. The county's Adequate Facilities Ordi- passed to the mid-1970s in an effort to pertinents to review new construction re- to enture that schools and other services are i have done s pretty good job so far. But we thought this one was of the most Rice laid about the Planning and zoning officials explain that they overrode the recommendation because school provided them with conflict. ing enrollment figures. asked for an and we didn't get said F. Beck county Plan- ning and Zoning officer. The school system wai the only depart. ment holding up construction and the devel- oper threatod legal action if a decision wai not Mrs. Kurdle laid. oa Page Col. 7 arrests linked to burglaries By JEFF DA VIS Staff Writer Annapolis polke believe they broke a major burglary ring with the arrest Sunday of six men and a juvenile who were caught breaking into a downtown clothing More. The group of seven was arrested during the early morning hours just minutes after someone tipped police off to suspicious activity OB Pinkaey Street The caller saw a Jeep and men carrying garbage bags. Upon receiving the caU at a.m.. seven officers blocked off downtown roads in a plan designed to cut off potential escape routes. Police believe the suspects were preparing to break into the Ralph Lauren Polo Shop on Market which has been burglarized four times since December. pUa went said Cpl. Wil. Ham R. city police spokesman. were able to cot off all the escape routes and tkty got the guys within one Pry marks were discovered at the door to the Polo Shop. la the suspects' possestioa were garbage narijvua and PCP and knives. Police also confiscated a sewer- M Page Cel II nurses alone can't form union By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS BALTIMORE In in opinion expected to make the formation of hospital more the National Labor Relations Board has nded that registered nones nstot form a bargaiBiaf unit. Tke throwing out a IW at Nertti a TloefHsl. said ttet pfermdstt to se- dered that a new election be beld at the Glen Burnie hospital wttWa 30 days of its April 16 ruling. makes our work a Uttte more tot I think a lot of good can COSM tron having al said norae has worked to organise the i's chapter of Use liarylaad regir The hoseUl Tke abort MJIA tried to etfeaflse last Jaaaary ta aa eleetfea. Bet the NLRB Impounded their ballots be- fore they Jtert. counted when the hospital QJetUoofd whether the ve- to couHKee United to nurses. Under Ike labor board's some 15-41 otter professionals sack- as social ra- diologists and respiratory techaole. gistovfflbeaakedtojeaa. Larry terfatesag repre- sentative tor tke sett tke M efforts ing atteaiafte at also critically ka throughout .Lbe country national board sat on this for two years. Now they want us to get an election in 10 days. People have come and gone Things have changed there We spent a year there Just Grosser said. bosptUU don't want name be said. kaew are siot fatal to tote tor a Attoney lark K. haHed tke aa a arete- aai the hospital. spells the end of an era where nnioej inch as tbe Maryland Association are permitted to Umtt tbeir organisation's efforts to regis- tered nurses be said. Grower predicted that the whkh has ittceessfttUy orfaaiaed re- gistered nwrees at Francis Seett PTovtdesH OM Ltstkensi awsjsV taH sa eeeAd tot aww wsa Tke evteoaae of the Jam. WMT   

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