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Capital, The (Newspaper) - June 17, 1986, Annapolis, Maryland f x Bullets to acquire 76ers' Malone. SEEPAGE 19 Tomorrow's Pleasant For see page i. JUNE GOOD PONT FORGET THE IRISH group Celtic Thunder will present a free concert from 7 to 9 tonight at City Dock. AREA NAACP LEADERS have asked the county to get its pension funds out of South Africa. Page 28. CRAFTS COLONIAL ARTISANS for Annapolis will hold their 8th Annual Summer Arts and Crafts Fair. Page 24. ENTERTAINMENT YOUNGSTERS WILL travel of this when they enter the Discovery Tent at the Annapolis Arts Festival. Page 23. DR. QOTT LOUD MUSIC causes ing damage. Page 29. STATE ATTORNEY GENERAL Ste- pnen Sachs and Baltimore Mayor WlQlam Donald Setae- fer take stands for stronger gun control SOUTH AFRICAN govern- meat reports 11 blacks kUltd during Ptgt i. THE WIDOW of the Chil- Itatir pilot says NASA used 'terrible' judgment. Page SPORTS ROOKIE PITCHER helps Tl- gers get by Pagt 18. PEOPLE His father's face is known the world but being the president's son apparently does not give Ron Reagan Ic a r t e blanche or ready recog- Inition. Young in soon could be mil- of _____ you know in a commercial for the American Express credit card. a typical 'Do you know me' commercial. You know the name but can't place the said Jerry C. executive vice-president for American Express. The which was complet- ed last must be ap- proved by American Express executives before it said Welsh we see the film ind judge its we don't know if it'll make on the be said Welsh would oot say bow much Reagan was paid for his appearance Tor a look at other people in the news today see ptge 3 LOTTERY Numbers drawn yesterday Three-digit 712 Pick 4 INDEX 4 lections. M pages Business Calendar Classified Ads Conies columns iBterutanttot 11-16 28 31 -M 27 tt I 24-ZS 25 at last AAGH to branch out from care Last la a aeries. By SCOTT LAUTENSCHLAGER Staff Writer In its first major venture outside health Anne Arundel General Hospital is taking the initial step toward developing 30 acres of prime real estate in Parole. Hospital officials hope that income derived from the property will elimi- nate the future need for major fund such as the W million cam- paign currently under The hospital has received propos- als from about 10 developers for the which could involve con- struction of retail and office said Robert a member of the AAGH building com- mittee. While it is too early to put a pricetig on the going be a lot of DeStefano The project may involve the of up to 20 buildings in oark-like he said. very Important of said who his living is a going to hive decided mpsct on how people think of Anne Hospital officials hope to pick a Developer by this said spokes- woman Lisa But construction will not begin until 1090 or later because the hospi- tal is committed to waiting until a major new highway interchange is completed in she The on the south side of Jennifer Road near the Annapolis is part of a 100-acre parcel bought by the hospital in AAGH is raising the 16 million for health care facilities to be built on the other on Page Hospitals compete for Park By SCOTT LAUTEN8CHLAGER Staff Writer North Arundel Hospital will build a S3 million medical com- plex in Several expanding medical care options for resi- dents. The facility will house a walk- in clinic ind physicians' said James North Aruo- del associate director. expected to start in eight or nine wlU take about a he North Arundel joins Anne Arun- del General Hospital in compet- ing the blossoming market created by popoUtioa growth In Several AAGH is search- ing toe community for i location for iu own wilk-iu clinic. The known 11 ire intended to treat non Ufa-threatening injuries and Illnesses that require immediate Urgi centers generally are not designed to provide the continu- ing care ordinarily provided by a family The new which will be to squire will be built on a S-acre site on the west side of Ritchie just north of Robinson Road. The project is a joint venture on Pafe Col. Black on board sought by NAACP By PETER WEST Staff Writer Demanding a minority voice on the county school a civil rights group today petitioned Gov. Harry R. Hughes to appoint a black nominee to the eight-member body. Jean president of the coun- ty chapter of the presented a petition this morning asking Hughes to appoint Joseph S. Belt III to the seat now held by Patricia Huecker. a U-year-old Gambrills resi- is a property rehabilitation specialist under contract to the coun- ty the board is composed of white members with the exception of Michael the student rep- resentative whose term expires this summer folks cannot represent Mrs Creek said. white person cannot relate to the black community as a black person can An all-white board breaks a 30- year tradition of minority represen- tation in the Mrs. Creek said. She said Wiggins' appointment doesn't balance an otherwise board because Wiggins rep- M Page CoL Patrons protest closing By DEBRA VIADERO Writer When the first picket U0e went up this morning to protest the closing of the Eastport Safeway store. 75-year-old He leo Motfett vowed to be oo it old enough to get out said the snow-haired Mrs. Moffett is among seven Eastport most them senior wfao signed up to picket Safeway stores to the Eastport Shopping Center and in nearby from t to 10 a m More protesters plan to keep up the moniatg vigil through the week The picketing is part of s campaign organised over the weekeod by Aider mat Brad to keep Safeway Stores lac eleetaf the Etstport store or MW grocer from refitting ft. to to brtag the harsh glare of ptfhtte alasajUuii oo Imspiaelbli sctaosC' Mid D- Eastport elderly picket Safeivay a candidate for County called meeting night of nearly 100 unhappy a and two city at the Eastport United Metbedist Church near the Safeway The half-hour meeting was punctuated by sharp attacks on Safewaj the na tioe's largest grecer Eartport store is the oldest of six ran by the company te i Arundel County yonr store has had higher asd Boom setecttofi than Magnder's and Grsvl's stores nearby successor will fted thoiutods aal themadi of costoeers watttec to shop st a quisty David- a tkat read. Puts Profits First and People He read from a letter to from Mayor Dennis Callahan fellow Alder man Alfred A Hopkins D w ard 6 and himself Safeway officials an nounced that the Eastport store will closf- on July It becauae it is losing nooey. The store Is popular with neighbors who wilk there to shop If another grocer does not replace tt those custom some of whom have DO have DO where to shop within easy walking disUDce Most of the shoppers who cane last ftiffht were elderly womea from Water- gate Village apartments behind the store. Aboot M percent of the approxi- matt i.m resideots ere sea- ler ctilsssM. the sflsttstfer said Thert were reports this week of Bteg to the naoager with tears M. Cei t Hi UNI KOTFfTT
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