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   Capital, The (Newspaper) - July 1, 1986, Annapolis, Maryland                               V Talk of Some neighbors show they care. SOSPAQtZS HUWELL MICROFILMS P 0 HOX 15l'B Jtfore POT L AUK EL VOL.tlXO.154 JULY 1986 25 Cents G 0 0 D AFTERNOC DON'T FORQET TWO IBENE Dunne films. Favorite and will be shown at 7 tonight in the Cen- ter for Performing Aits at Anne Arundel Community Col- left. Admission is charged. AREA FOUB FILE for County Council and two file for county executive. 25. DR.GOTT PEOPLE WHO live in hot climates need blood to rid the tody of excess neat PtgeS. BASTILLE DAY THE MARYLAND Inn win celebrate French Day of Independence with festivities. PtgeSZ ENTERTAINMENT MEW WAVE of Entertain- ment Inc. creates a tornado STATE PBOSECUTORS aik that former Old Court preilaent- Jeffrey Levitt get 35 years in new Jejwme leaders cUl a Court decision THE GOVERNMENT'S main gauge of future economic activity rose a slight 0.2 per- cent In May. SPORTS OFF-COURT controversy again nags at Lefty DrieselL PEOPLE Jackie Gleason says he often thought of destroying the so- caged lost episodes of he bad stored ia a vault because he didn't want to pay for the storage. Gieason sold the epi- last yttr for an amount to Viacom International. Show- time has been broadcasting on cable and they go into general syndica- tion in August throughout the asked if I might have say of the kinescopes of the sketches from the variety Gfeasoo said. we've got a bmafit of thcsa ia aa alT'COBditiwaed vaalt in and that's we started. I had gelttagsaaoyedi I throw them away er LOTTERY Hasohen drawl yi Three-digit m. Pkk4-ZfM. nnogx 4 tt Bw Cat Ad. S-14 M 11 M 14-8 5 5 ii-n a Warnings for beaches eyed ByJUDIPERLMAN Staff Writer A Davidsonville woman whose husband broke his neck while body surfing hi Ocean City wants to make Maryland beaches safer. For Alan and Ms family spent weekends at the beach. Jones would venture into the for a few minutes get himself wet and ride a couple of his wife Mary Lou said. Last August as Jones tried to body a wave's force slammed him to the breaking his neck. He spent six weeks in the where he suffered a .five months in a rehabilitation and to now in therapy at home after having retired on disability. He stffl if net talking or waiting well Mrs. Jones feels that the ocean's turbulent conditions caused the acci- dent If describing those conditions had been her hus- band may have escaped she said. he may not have even gone into the water. Mrs. Jones was further convinced that strong waves'were the culprit she met the family of another after waves slammed him into the shore. Both victims had been Down fe the Center at Uni ip in. potted on i beaches to that swimaiers can become aware of the ocean's dangers tiiatdayt Mrs. Jones said. flag system shoakl be there. People sitting on the sand should be warned. We're not the Mrs. Jones said. whole point is that there should be an awareness Having already gained the support of the Maryland Bead Injury Foun- dation -Inc. and contacted a special- ist in aquatic she now plans to talk with legislators and other is becoming my main said Mri who thinks ea Page Cat Allies face challenge By LINDA DURUNG Staff Writer NATO can no longer depend on Soviet blunders to keep its often-bickering member nations retiring Maryland Sen. Charles McC. Mathias warned in Annapolis last night. In a farewell look at European-American who is leaving the U.S. Senate hi December after 18 said BVW Soviet leadership under Mikhail Gor- bachev may be more careful than the old. _ the past the Soviets always could counted on to help bind the Affiance more tightly Mathias- told some W people gathered for the Confer- ence of European and American Journalists at the Governor Calvert House. when our our differences seemed ready to get the upper the Soviets could be counted on to do something mark- edly r Whether it was invading Afghanistan or shooting down a Korean the Soviets T.irtiiHJ fa i Wiiaaceotthe at Mated he said. there seems no wd occupation ofAfghanistan Soviet mischief to other.parts of the World net 4e sure ttie mm Thus tt is important that the alliance together to influence policy change m the interest of stability and he said. more stable relationship with the Soviet bloc is critical but it will not come about if we are Mathias said. who win turn M thit is a Republican who has often voted against President Reagan and most of his party on such issues as the MX abortion and prayer m public schools. A member of the Senate Foreign Rela- Page CoL chbf i I Most oldest Americans opt to live alone By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS WASHINGTON More than half of the oldest Americans stifl live with nearly one hi 10 ttvkg by themselves despita a disa- a new study shows. The analysis of Americans aged SS and over found that 54.3 percent ttved .-waning they had their own homes and Bved alone or with a despite their age aMtteUhoedofiBflrmity. In 74 percent of the ever to still ttve by themselves. Mostly born before the start of this this age group up in an era when residential indepen. deuce was very said Charles Longino of the Center for Social Research in Aging at the University of Miami with someone going back to a dependent way of can be a big comedown tor some- thing many resist as long as possi- Ue.be said. analysed 1980 Census sta- tistics to produce his Oldest Released yester- tt is the first detailed analysis of Americans aged 85 and over. The study was funded by the Washington-based Andrus Founda- tion of the American Association of Retired Personi. For the the important tense of IndepenHence can helped through home-delivered such it the popular Meili on Wheels programs or visiting Loagioo said A recent study by the National Center for Health looking at those aged tt and over living found- proximity to friends and family who provide regular so- cial contacts was important for the well-being of these increas- ing their Ufespans. The share living alone despite disabilities ranged from a high of 14.4 percent of over in a largely rural with a tradition of fanner to a low of 3.6 percent in the harsh environment of Alaska. Longino found that percent of pegpie aged SS and over cope with liftHyf despite being disabled. Longino noted that states with large numbers of elderly living alone often tended to be mere such as Ar- Oklahoma and West Virginia. while percent of those over S3 were Independent ea Page CaL 2 more big retailers moving in' By KEVIN DtAWEAUGH Maff Writer Two Ditionil clothing Banana Republic and The Gip. hivr won city permit- StOB to tod ofrupy the mott visible retail in Annipolii TV cwiwr of Main Market houMi a souvenir ahop railed A L Goodk't UM a eaOKtiM ol amatl TtoM NMISMHHM wfll bt reiMTed to make tor Urft doUkinf maderi and two teaaats. Hirrer BkmOer. the ARTISTS ftEMDtWNO Banana Is feta i Ban IB the The to MI trewi tor tw he aaad. Dtstrtct Cosaaiisaaoa UK laaa srtmHlnl by ishesh owes the trea4y Jleooratiofi wert stwaM within M days aad the oew stares abovM opte this fall uid Steve dtstrtct maaager for The Gap The store lathe Gap will be the area. llth fa. The wMch wiH tafee over Ooodte't and Mawtrt Gap is that we're going toto With arrival of The Gap Baaana where there a high tourist Repebbc. Aaaaartto wUl hare traik Downiowt stores do weD for detaajaatteaat rttaOers open tbotH utA reeeat aaeoUu CWtrtvr rf Aveaae hi the heart of ea Page t.   

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