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   Capital, The (Newspaper) - May 19, 1986, Annapolis, Maryland                               raewsiuum Uhe Tomorrow's For pagt 7. VOL Cl NO. 118 MAY 25 4 aboard clipper ship missing Pride of Baltimore sinks GOOD PONT FORGET FREE DRUG and alcohol programs will be presented tomorrow at 7 p.m. at Broad- neck High 1265 Green Holly and at p.m. at Severna Park High 60 Robinson Road. AREA TICKS are a health hazard. Page 25. 9 ACTION LINE THE CAPITAL'S consumer advice column offers advice on credit cards. Page 25. YOUTH LOCAL STUDENTS get na- tional scholarship awards. Page 6. ENTERTAINMENT THE ANNE Arundel County Commission on Culture and the Arts is seeking applicants for its volunteer board. Page 14. AWAY WE GO ARLINGTON National Cem- etery is one of our most cher- ished shrines. Page 15. STATE DEPOSITORS at Old Court Savings and Loan Association will be able to use their funds for the first time in nearly a year when the first payout plan goes into motion today. Page 4. SOUTH AFRICAN soldiers and warplanes struck hundreds of miles inside black- ruled Zimbabwe and Zambia today to raid al- leged African National Con- gress guerrilla targets. Page THE PROSPECTS for strong economic growth and lower inflation are considerably brighter now than they were three months ago. Page SPORTS THE with tevea RBIs from Eddie trounce the A's. Page 17. PEOPLE Ten women fainted from what police said was the 90- degree heat and excitement when star Don Johnson ap- peared be- fore cheering fans in Greenbelt. Johnson was at the Beltway Pit- la Mall on to help the suburban Washington city celebrate National Police Wearing hit familiar rumpled coUarlen ihlrt and bare he wai ei corted by Secret Service and Greenbelt police officers through a crowd of that waited in the heat to get i glimpse at him. Johnion'i menage to the crowd moil of them women wn reil. The police of thii great country are the unsung He told them the menage of the hit NBC-TV teriei is can still be cool tod seductive and cruiM In the fitt laoe without being For i look it other people In the news todiy. page 3 LOTTERY Numbers driwn Three-digit Pick 4 Lotto- 11 4 22 Classified Police Television listing Youth By EFFIE COTTMAN Staff Writer The Pride of a replica of a clipper ship that sails the world to promote Baltimore's sank near Puerto Rico last week and four crew members are still miss- according to the Coast Guard and the mother of one survivor. Eight of the 12 crew including Joe McGeady of Severna were rescued at 2 a.m. today after spending 4V4 days in a life the Coast Guard said. Two Coast Guard planes began searching for other crew members this morning in the Atlantic Ocean northwest of Puerto Rico. Rescue ships were expected to be under way later today. The 9-year-old Pride of a replica of an 1850 Baltimore Clip- capsized and sank May 14 when it was hit by a fierce accord- ing to Petty Officer Reginald Coast Guard public affairs specialist in San Juan. The vessel went down 300 miles north of on the west coast of Puerto Rico. ship was hit by a gust of 60- to 80-knot Reese said. toppled over and sank. They were unable to get off a The eight picked up this morning by the tanker were pretty good he said. Survivors reported that at least two other crew members made it to a life raft. There was no word on the other two crew he said. The eight known survivors were rescued 150 miles north-northwest from where the Pride Reese said. The ship recently returned from a 15-month promotional trip through- out which city said had been cut short because of fears of terrorism. Water worry Rainfall won't stop rationing By SHERRY YAEX Staff Writer For 4-year-old Mini coun- tywide water-rationing is a problem that this week's predicted rainfall may not solve. Although her parents recognise a drought plagues the of 1028 Timber Creek dislikes the water ban because it means not playing under the sprinkler odd-numbered days. rationing certainly seems reasonable to we're obviously in a said Mimi's Anne Franke. it does put a damper in her schedule. She likes to play in the water all the County Department of Utilities of- ficials imposed weekend water ra- tioning last requiring commercial and indus- trial county water to follow an system for out- door use. Persons at even-numbered ad- dresses are permitted to use witer outside during even-numbered dayi. Those at odd-numbered locations mty use water during odd- numbered dayi. dead serious about this wtter-rationing plan because we have to utilities spokeswoman Marilyn Harmon laid. During the weekend of May 10 and county begin drawing upon county water reserves for Ms. Harmon Tbit 10.7 million gallons of witer were used as compired to a typical 3 million gallons she said There is hope on the however. For the first time in a skies tail week mty be filled with and at leist partial relief may be on the taid Ken Shiv er. a foretister with the National Weitber Service at ingtoD iDternatiotuI Airport should get tt tart 1 or 2 inches in the next couple days It be big but it won't take care of the Shaver Mid Shiver the rain might Dot help if it qpbcfcly. If H comes during i short beivy the water it likely to roll off the sun baked he Map by M. MAP SHOWS area north of Puerto Rico whora Tht Prtdt of Baltimore sank last waak. She had been due to arrive in Baltimore on June 14 and was sched- uled to sail to New York City for a Fourth of July celebration. Officials at the Baltimore office of the Pride refused comment on the sinking this saying a public statement would be issued later to- day. The Coast Guard refused to re- lease the names of any of the survivors or missing crew members. A telex issued from the tanker Ton this morning apparently was the first report of the Reese said. The sailing from New York to notified a Coast Guard office in New which in turn notified search teams in san Reese said. Joe McGeady called him THE 9-YEAR-OLD Prldt of a replica of an 1860 Baltimore waa due at homa on Juna 14. at 4 a.m. to report that he was safe and ask her to contact Baltimore still she said. walking around trying to figure the whole thing Her son provided her with the names of other crew members on the life raft as well as information of the ship's she said. couldn't get hold of the Pride Photo by WM Dlion COLOR GIRL Palrlola Conlglto of la almoat loat batwaan her Midshipman let Claaa Donald P. color company and Naval Acadamy Superintendent Raar Adm. Charlaa R. Laraon aa they rahaaraa for tomorrow's Color Parade. DECKED OUT Color Girl has ties to the Army By LAURAINE WAGNER Com in natty Newt Editor The Army may not hive suc- ceeded in getting Navy's goat this but they cm cirve mother notch in their guns is the daugh- ter of an Army colonel officiates tomorrow is Color Girl for Nivy's Com missioning Week rtill In slid Pitri- cii 20-yeir-old Hood College student from wbose Army Col. L.D. is i defense at- tache In Colombia called my dad and he thinks The color girl is often the flan- cee of the Color Company com- but Midshipman 1st QAM Dooild P MicNeil. com- mander of Kb nid that is the cast this year are not engaged She s Just one of my They met on blind went to his Ring Dance together and have dated occasionally since he Mid. MacNeil'i company von all- around hoaon among the M in the brigade. As be to choose the girl who win COMMISSIONING WEEK THE CLASS OF 1986 preside it the transfer of colors from last year's honor company to the new winners it the formal Color Parade tomor- row. It Is one of the graduation week's moat popular Ficed with carrying out i 115- year Mies Cooiglio em- barked on a week of drew fit- reheamls and learning her part to the ceremonies Her first problem was to atk for time off from a Job the was to begin Monday not i food but my boss is under standing The white formal dreu. hat and gloves the will weir are always given to the thinks to the Mid Carol Bay tocial director since only has to furnish her The academy also provides i place for her stiy for several PACKAGE AVAILABLE Coyer age of all Commission- Ing Week events it the Naral Academy wUl be iTiUihie to relatives and frieads of grido- itiag midship to eo ia sli-diy 1 pickige of pro- i hy CiplUl. Tie wakl taclodes i the editions froai Miy II 1 throngk May 22. will he niDed anywhere tu the tufted SUtes for 14. Checks should be made out to Capital astd assOH ComaUciMUg Week PO Boitll Md. Pirkages nay he it it 213 West St. betweea I a 5 for tJ 54 if she comes from out of and they have been from as M Pijre ft. Col totttod ttofift X. aa Page knew any- thing until I got the phone call this She said her the'2nd mate on the 12-man fine. But on Page Busy season Crowds clog roads y water By JEFF DAVIS Staff Writer Police and rescue workers got a preview of summer this weekend when boaters and motorists filled area waterways and clogged high- ways. Motorists on the Entern Shore were treated to i 15-mile backup from the Kent Narrows Bridge into Talbot County last The streets of Annapolis were crowded with midshipmen and their families as they took in the weekend sights during Commission- ing Week. And Coast Guard crews and Natu- ral Resources Police were kept busy 1 by boaters and boating accidents on j the crowded witerwiyi. But officlils warn the conditions could be worse during the upcoming i three-day Memorial Day I the traditional beginning of the boat- I ing season. was not quite at busy at it's going to be next said Petty Officer Fred Reeit of the Coast Guard station in Annipolls. Coist Guard crews and the mi line police hid their binds full with calls of diMbled a boat fire and two capilted sailboats in the South River A 26-foot wooden Inboard-outboard caught fire near Miyo Point it a.m. A Coast Guard auxiliary crew headed by Ray Evans reported the rescued the occupants and extinguished the Reese Mid The fire flirted in IB engine Evans' crew also responded to two cipsixed tailboiu Two 54-year-old Sea brook residents went overboard near Aberdeen Creek and four peo- ple were rescued from the river ta a tecond siilboit incident There no injuries ind all the boaters wearing Ufe On top of the rescues came the responsibility of keeping Seven River clear Sunday afternoon virile the Blue Angels practiced far to- day's air snow The old Severn River Bridge closed faring the practice vert. Police were planning to cioat the bridge again today for the 2 p.m. M Page Cat   

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