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Capital, The (Newspaper) - July 8, 1986, Annapolis, Maryland nuclear died today. SEE PAGE 2 U r I he Capital Tomorrow's Steamy For see page 9. VOL. Cl NO. 159 JULY GOOD PONT FORGET THE NAVAL Academy Band opens its summer series of free concerts at 8 tonight at City Dock. Bring a chair or blanket to sit on. AREA FORMER SEN. Jerome F. Connell led legislators in PAC contributions. Page 29. DR. GOTT SLEEPING ON the stomach does not cause children to be pigeontoed. Page 7. ENTERTAINMENT PREVAILING WINDS will appear in the Annapolis Opera guild's Page 27. STATE SUBPOENAS have been is- sued in the investigation of the cocaine death of basketball star Len Bias. Page 4. STOCK PRICES nose-dived yesterday amid renewed pessi- mism over the economy's health. THE SUPREME Court rules the enforcement provision of the Gramm-Rudman Act un- constitutional. Page 3. SPORTS THE ORIOLES hang an 8-1 defeat on the hapless Royals. 19. PEOPLE ITS STRAIGHT from The Horse's a successor to Live a paean to Wilbur and a salute to the world's only talking horse. It's of of course a benefit bash slated for Thursday night that's de- signed to help resuscitate the Mister Ed Fan Club. Mister Ed Fan Club plummeted into debt in the summer of says James Burnett .who founded the club in 1974 before he'd ever seen the old television which ran in black and white from 1961 to 1966. But he hopes Live Ed will stir up support for the club with the help of Alan who played Mister Ed's sidek- Wilbur. who now lives out- side Los Angeles and does voices for Disney movies and the cartoon says he isn't planning anything partic- ular to daxxle his fans. don't have any act that I Young said. used to ride Ed. but he's dead. So that leaves me standing The horse died in 1972. With Wilbur at the reins at a nightclub in Dallas' Loews An- state hotel Mister Ed fans will father at 110 ahead to extol the virtues of the talking watch lapei of the old shows and listen to bands. For a look at other people In the news page 3. LOTTERY Numbers drawn yesterday Three-digit Ml Pick 4 Mil INDEX 4 Bvtmeu Calendar Classified Ads retains Crossword SpattS........ Till i taiis 11-15 6 JO-J4 35 SI I 21-27 I ...27 danger ttft memory lyJUWPltUMK the irst in. aaotk- coaaAr tab. ap B racani jsnamr fit baas and keepbif well Water tables an M tow AMI tbe raisteat summer that wellc at National Santoa eatt Om that means ttaa fUffa of focal health da- and it means is not conducive to MM P Mw art area the tbaraJOBJtter reads sa U did probably will all _ star iaAoort In air relaxfatg in front of a WaV tat- Fishing Creek development cleared By CHRISTINE NEUBERGER Staff Writer Prime waterfront at the tip of the Annapolis Neck Peninsula will be developed under sewer plans adopt- ed last night by the County Council. once fearful of the im- pact of development planned for Fishing Creek negotiated an agreement with developer Mark Vo- gel that scaled back the project to about 120 homes. The binding agreement paved the way for a change in the county master accelerating the arriv- al of sewer service to the 200-acre tract on the South River The council unanimously approved the which calls for pub- lic sewer hook-ups within six to 10 years. Final actio'n on a bill containing several water and sewer master plan is slated for July 21. The Fishing Creek amendment conforms with the county's long- range plan for the called the Annapolis Neck Sector and with the new zoning maps based on that officials said. Since sketches for the project were submitted last residents have feared its impact on the sparsely populated peninsula of Thomas Point. The property falls within the state- designated critical a ribbon of sensitive land lying along the shore- line. A waterfront moratorium im- posed in April does not affect the first proposed last No- vember. Yet the D.C.-based Mark Vogel and Asso- worked with residents to mit- igate their concerns about woods and plant and animal life. Under the the develop- er has eliminated plans to build 11 homes as a way to preserve particu- larly sensitive portions of the said Frederick G. Smithson. these a great number of our concerns are said Smith- testifying yesterday for the communities of Watergate and Oak- wood in support of the sewer plan amendment. have been innumerable between citizens and representatives of the develop- said county Planning and Zoning Officer F. Beck Kurdle. County Councilwoman Maureen praised resi- dents and the developer for reconcil- ing their differences. has been a real example of Ms. Lamb said. The council last night also ap- proved a measure urging Safeway Stores Inc. to help find a grocer to replace the Eastport Safeway. on Page Col. Hard plebes survive the rigors of 1-Day f By BFFIE COTTMAN Staff Writer Early Ensign Richard Dean of Crownsvilie grinned and ordered each new Naval Academy freshman to i nice You've got to be kidding. Niceties were the thing teen-igm expected ai they began a grueling day long indoctrination into the Nary way of life Some of tbe nation's brightest high school graduates arrived at a.m. with dreamt erf flyinf Navy jeti or commanding nuclear By the end of tbe most were ecstatic if they Jnst pointed their toei correctly while at Handing at attention. After cheektaf la with a May acade- my tbe wtmM-be oftteeri were processed far 12 hoars along a sweltering mflJUry assembly Bae. They vere prodded and af tadr attaiftaff sad their freedom They satatad. TVy starched They sweat ed. Then they marched some more. And they all knew that tbe ordeal was just the beginning. After raising their right hands for the oatli of office last the challenges began. admitted Harold Hunt. 17. of ai be ttood in formation outside tbe barber ibop Hunt wai one of 18 Anne Arundel County men and women who left camera-snapping parents and to become tbe lowest form of life at the academy Confined to campus for next six they'll he whipped into physical and mental shape for four yean at the academy and soother foar of mandatory service as Naval offiearr The first taste of military life came early The turned over their Jams and everything that disUaguished them from fellow students With loote-fitting white uniforms and cup they became a sea of casOy identifiable mkJi 4tb dm aa Page Cat. MIDSHIPMAN 1st CLASS Erica har point with aa aha Morma Mm that a naesrtacn la a part Kanry miHaam. Kvin
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