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Capital, The (Newspaper) - May 22, 1986, Annapolis, Maryland I Retail Ads 208-5000 Tomorrow's Partly cloudy For SM page 11. VOL. Cl NO. 121 MAY 25 Cents GOOD PONT FORGET CANDIDATES for Attorney General will appear from 7 to 9 tonight at the James Senate Office sponsored by People Against Child Abuse. AREA ANNE ARUNDEL General Hospital and two doctors are found negligent in the death of a patient. Page 37. SEVERNA PARK BITTERNESS remains in the fight over a new elementa- ry school for Shipley's Choice. Page 49. MEMORIAL DAY FLAGS MARE graves at the National Cemetery in Annapo- lis. Page 16. VIGNETTES SAUNDERS RANGE was a World War I training camp in Harundale. Page 18. YEARS AGO IN 1936 AN Annapolis Shop was advertising Shirley Temple bathing Page 20. ENTERTAINMENT THE ANNAPOLIS Sympho- ny Orchestra has announced its 26th season. Page 38. DINING OUT THE MING Dynasty restau- rant should be here to stay. Page 39. MUSIC THE BACH Meistersingers are a treasure. Page 40. STATE BLUE CROSS and Blue Shield's bid for Medicare for the state's elderly may be in jeopardy. Page 4. PRESIDENT REAGAN ve- toes a ban on missile sales to Saudi Page 2. ATT IS adding about million to its planned June 1 rate cuts. Page 3. SPORTS THE ORIOLES down the An- gels. Page 25. PEOPLE Jacqueline Kennedy living a busy but private life as a book is independent for the first time in her life and loves it. Mrs. Onas- who works for Doubled ay Co in Man- h a t t a n spends weekends in the New Jer- sey hunt country or on Martha's Vine- yard in Massachusetts Cosmopolitan magazine quotes Jane a member of the Essex Fox Hounds Hunt as saying that Mrs On- assis totd her last year for the first time her in life she felt like free woman Mi Lee recalled Mrs Onas- sii DO but absolutely DO to tell what to do or not to do For a look at other people tn tee news see page 3 LOTTERY Numwrs drawn yerterdav Three-digit tti Pick 4178 INDEX I 76 pages Boating Calendar Classified Adi eotamBi Crossword RdHorials Enterta For tat Re-cord Beat Television listings 35 36 24 47 70 10 3MO 42-44 11 11 ORDEAL O THE PRIDE Raft was Crew returns survivors say with grief every AP photo JOHN 1st mate on the shows flashlight used to signal freighter. By EFFffi COTTMAN Staff Writer In the tiny orange and black movement brought stinging pain. Every passing ship raised brief glimpses of then crushed the spirit for aching hours. And every sip of every eaten morsel of rationed biscuit drained provisions and the chance of survival. For four days and seven eight shipmates from the capsized The Pride of Baltimore lived with misery and doubt in a 5Vi-foot square rubber boat. But without a few laughs and the simple will to they may not have lived at all. never lost said Joseph McGeady of Severna Park. knew we were near shipping lanes and we thought we might drift to land Still numb from their harrowing McGeady and other survivors yesterday pieced together bits of their experiences and emotions of the past seven days. the crew's 26-year-old 2nd recalled how the survivors gathered in the heavy seas after the wreck and grasped at provisions. Huddled around two deflated they collected two three one packet of leven cans of fresh a first aid a bucket and a 5-gallon jug of water. As the 10-minute storm they saw their Armin E. Elsaesser for the last time and yelled to him. COTTMAN Staff Writer Carrying plastic bags of soiled clothes and hellish memories of their the survi- vors of the Pride of Baltimore came home yesterday good to be Scott of Linthicum said as he stepped off a beige and maroon jet at Glenn L. Martin State Airport in Baltimore County. Hundreds of relatives and well- wishers cheered the six men and two women who endured the sinking of the Pride a week ago and spent days in a rubber bobbing in the Atlantic Ocean Joseph of Severna wearing the orange shirt he lived in for a grasped roses from a friend and em- braced his six brothers and and assorted nieces and hometown buddies. Friends of Dan of Pa arrived with a hoagie from Krachuck's favorite Philadelphia sub shop. limping on swollen carried a note from a Coast Guard helicopter pilot who brought Mm to land Tuesday morn- ing. Wearing a Coast Guard baseball cap and an aqua jumpsuit from the tanker crew that saved Jeffrey beamed at the sign-waving crowd. Each crew member was offered a hero's welcome at their home port by Gov. Harry Baltimore Mayor William Donald Schaefer and other dignitaries. After brief private reunions with their by Ww Dlxon CREW MEMBERS Scott of Linthicum and Joseph McGeady of Sevema Park during news conference yesterday afternoon. on Page Col. on Page Col. Sudden downburst Implicated in sinking of Pride of Baltimore. Page 37. Abuse of retarded alleged at center By JOANNA RAMEY Staff Writer Some employees of a Severna Park workshop for the handicapped have been fired and could face criminal charges for allegedly as- saulting and harassing retarded adults in their care State officer and the director of the Providence Center confirmed yesterday that an investigation of employees at one of seven work sites is being conducted. The inquiry involves types of assault and discip- intimidation and said Cpl James Matteo of the state police barrack in Annapolis Matteo and center Director Patri- cia Hudson declined to give more details about the allegations until the investigation is completed The daytime workshop on Ritchie Highway in the Severna Park Busi- ness Center caters to 35 known as who have varying degrees of Ms Hudson said Not all of the clients were subject- ed to abuse and no one required medical Ms. Hudson said are not talking about any kind of physical injury you can she said are very strong on the nor- malization process of handicapped people That's why you treat them with respect and dignity Even though they may not have the same intellectual you don't talk down to you treat them like an Ms. Hudson said The clients are paid to assemble wooden baskets and other handicrafts to be sold in three Provi- dence Center stores in the county called Earthtones. One store is locat- ed in Annapolis on Maryland Ave- nue Within an hour after the allega tions surfaced last employees who were thought to be involved were Ms. Hudson said. The number of workers and their names were not released. reported it immediately to all the investigative Ms. Hudson said. never had any- thing like this happen The workshop remains open and staffed by substitute Ms. Hudson said The families of all Providence Center clients have been apprised of the allegations and they on Page Col. Thomas Point project feared Development imperils wildlife COMMENCEMENT KISS Ensign Richard Dean of Crownsvllls gets a kiss and a bear hug from his Pern Reed of moments after midshipmen graduated yesterday from me Naval Academy Nary basketball team captain Vemon gives his diploma a big kits as he exits the stage at the Navy-Marine Corps Memorial Stadium where the commencement ceremonies were held. For more on Commissioning Week 13 37 BOB MITCHELL Staff Writer Frederick G Smithson of Thomas Point counts fox and deer among his neighbors and he doesn t want them to But that is what he and other residents of the sparsely populated peninsula fear will happen if plans to develop a 198-acre tract are earned out The Mark Vogel Cos of Washing- D C plan to put 130 houses on Fishing Creek Farm which derives its name from the inlet where the Coast Guard statjon sits The propertj falls within the cnt ical ares near the Ba.v where development is regulated bv legislation But because of the timing of the the s im posed moratorium on development within critical areas and stale limiting housing densttv do not ap officials said The project is still in the planning itagM wrlh neanng con cept approval from planners Frank county develop metit examiner developer does not own the property but has taken out an optoon cm it Ward If oo hitches develop ground breaking oo the project could begin by September. Ward The tract contains a variety of plant and animal said county SITE OF Fishing Creek developer proposes to build 130 homes Environmental Planner Penelope Chalkier one of the last large left in the area In their the developert have umed to protect the woods and wetiandi on the site from said Charles Yetter. spokesman lor Vogel hive attempted in every way to keep this area close te what it resembles be But Smithson i
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