Annapolis Capital, July 17, 1986

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Capital, The (Newspaper) - July 17, 1986, Annapolis, Maryland LL MICROFILMS 0 BOX 1558 Park people As young i feeJ PAGE 13 AU.'EL no In Classic bike back in style. SEE PAGE 11 U. o In British Open RetaU a pita I Steamy for page 11. VOL. Cl NO. 167 GOOD DONT FORGET OF are featured in the free Naval Academy Band concert at 8 tonight at the Naval Academy Turf Field. The Capitol listed an incorrect date for the con- cert yesterday. AREA THE WATER SUPPLIES of seven county schools will be tested for lead content. Page 35. YEARS AQO TALL SHIPS paraded past Sandy Point State Park on their way to Baltimore in 1976. Page 16. ENTERTAINMENT offers a fun and fascinating mix of music and magic. Page 36. DIN IMG OUT AtBBfiTO'S TRATTORIA has rightfully earned a reputa- tion lor fine dining. Page 37. STATS TEN CASES of Legionnaire's dfeftttft have been confirmed ID Claries County. Ptge 4. HXTtOHt WORLD lOi HUMS abdttcted in the released tin-1 harmed today. Page 2. BOSTON RED SOI pitcher Dennis Boyd's has been suspended indefinitely by the AL East leaden. Page 23. ANNAPOLIS sailors are heading for the Olympic Sports Festival in Houston. Page 31. PEOPLE ACTQR Ricaard U vis- iting El Salvador Hid Hondu- ras to Central Am tttre about but be'i not laying much about the trip. Tat vtor hntrol Air about 150 milei of Hondu- Iran The Capital of when about U.S. wldien are sta tioned. A spokesman for the U.S who spoke on cocdi- tioe of said Otre U making a trip for ta indefinite period of tioe through Central fi- nanced by The actor declined press in- tttriewf told local reeart- erf at Toftcostis Istaruttotal Airport oaty wffl re- tan aeoe to Booduras oe Per a took at other peopk tt the lews tee page 5 LOTTERY Nunbers drawn yesterday Three-digit- Pick 4 tnt INDEX 3 aettioas. U pagtt Boating Calendar CUseiSedAdt n-tt II renaefteeerd Polfeeleet Stvenaftft JULY for Sensitive land attested yesterday's tour. Ifcr committion likely to continuous recoantfnd the of land nussion exiting natural New Parole complex in works By DEBRA VIADERO Business Writer Work began in Parole this week on a new million shopping and office complex on 25 acres near Forest Drive and Riva Road. The major tenants in the complex will be a Giant Food supermarket and a Channel Home Center. really a move to upgrade the Giant Food said Peter J Henry of Crow the Dallas-based developer of the com- olex The new center abuts Forest Plaza where Giant has had a smaller store since 1970 and where the Hech- rnger Co. operates a home-improve- ment supply center much like Channel Home Center When the new complex is complet- ed in late Giant will close its store in Forest to move to its more modern headquarters next door will be larger than any other s'ore we have in the Annapolis said Sue a spokes- oiti an for Giant Food. Giant officials have not yet decid- ed on the fate of the vacated store in Forest she said. Plans for the new shopping center also are sketchy. Henry said the company also hopes to build a multi- level office iwnptex on the the size and timing of which will depend on local market demand. also want to have some res- a clothing some smaller be said The new complex will sit at one of Parole's most tttfgetted intersec- tions. And the to be tatit on wooded and partly residential is expected to add traffic to the area. Henry said he is counting on con- struction of Interstate 68 wid- ened Route Interstate 97 and Patuxent Boulevard to ease any traffic congestion The new complex will not be finished before some of Capital map MAP SHOWS location of Forest Plaza and new shopping center. the new highway projects are com- he said. all pretty much commercial around there. Of everybody deplores traffic and anything that worsens said Bart McGar- president of the Annapolis Neck an umbrella group rep- resenting the communities on the neighboring Annapolis Neck Penin- sula. The new complex will be built just beyond the reach of the federation's communities in a spot surrounded by car dealerships and other shopping centers. For Trammell the nation's largest privately owned real estate the Food Festi- shopping center will be its fourth trademark opera- tion in AnneArundel County. Since the development company set its sights here last it has developed a 22- acre shopping center on Ritchie Festival at Karley Sta- several miles north on and the not-yet-finished Valu Food which is sandwiched be- on Page Col. CITY 200 83 -28 5 CAR 37 7 City crime arrests up CHAW oemperee crimes In the flret half of 1M6 with 1M6. By JEFF DAVIS Staff Writer Overall crime in Annapolii dropped 7 percent during the first half of according to released yesterday. Police Chief John C Schmitt at- tributed the decline to alert patrols by cttiten witch downtown foot patrols and the arrest of key criminals. think the Neighborhood Watch program and the downtown foot patrols have had a significant im- pact on the reduction of crime and Increase in the apprehension of he laid Schmitt said he wai especially encouraged by a statewide report showing that reported crimes in- creased 6 percent across Maryland during the first three months of the year while reported crimes de- creised 8 percent in Annapolis Crime during the si me period in Anne Arundel County increased 21 iccording to the report compiled by the state police Uniform Crime Reporting Section. The most significant decreases in Annipolii during the first six months this year cirae in aggravat- ed issault 28 and robbery 27 Arrests were up 10 percent including some key luspecu in rob assaults and Schmitt said have some of the individuals who have been involved in the rob- beries and larcenies in he said which include smash- and-grab thefts from were down 11 percent. Schmitt believes the foot patrol program initiated by Mayor Dennis Callibin his brought down the thefts through increased police visi bility on downtown streets In other murders in creased from one during the first half of 1985 to three this yeir Reported rapes almost doubled from six during the first half of 1985 to 11 this year Burglaries continue to plague city residents. That category increased by II from 347 in 1985 to 386 during the first half of 1986. Sehmitt continued his call for par- ticipation in Neighborhood Watch saying the chance of bur- gliry is reduced in pirticipatlng neighborhoods Cir theft Increased by 37 from 46 to reflecting a statewide trend Schmitt said there is no evi- dence of a car-theft ring operating in Annapolis Miny of the cases in volved people taking cirs for joy ridei before ibandonlng them on Pige Col Bargains or bad AAGH ponders fixed-fee plan ly SCOTT LAUTEKSCHLAGER Staff Wrtter Spurred by impending changes in federal health care programs. Anne Arundel Gener- al HotpfUl is considering i joint venture wrtti fti doctors to offer medkil services for a fixed Voder tke being ttudted of medical staff would prcrvide tferaqgh ttt practice issocli- aatf AAGH would sapoly hospital si Iff a prepaid Tfce wflQ eeaHH the What we are really doing is positioning oumlvti for the Brunette is I the future of heilth csre For the the venture will pro vide a meant erf countering competition from health mtintenaDce organizations and preferred provider organizations said Dr Richard Hochman president of the AAGH medical staff It is common for independent practition- ers to patients to HMOs and whfch provide medical care at fixed or discounted Hocfttnan said The being considered at AAGH U part of a emerging through- out the beahh eate be said. think you wffl ste this eeveaoetog very raotdfy DOW tttfwghoat the Hocb- we said Hospitals also arc feeling the bite of HMO caociaf them to jump into prepaid medical taid Nicholas ee fage Cet Locally they're 'a real hot item' Editor's note Should you join preptid health pita or stick vuth Staff Writer Scott Liuteotchliger to aotwer that question ID i two-part terift that begiot today ftCOTT LAUTENSCHLAGER Staff Writer Health organizations a mijor fatter hi the rrrohrtlon in American medical care art growing at an onprtce deattd rate to ta last the number of Maryland residents eeroUH in the prepaid musaroomH nearly percent to more NO.MO 'in terms of enrollment are a real hot item said state Insurance Commissioner Thomas Barbera And there are signs that the HMO busi ness will continue to boom While 18 HMOs are licensed in Maryland eight more have licenses pending and four others have exprewd an in applying That is 'a phenomenal increase Bar- bera said Anne Arundel County served by five HMOa is fertile ground for further expafitton md John Anderson spokesman for Sute Health Plan and Columbia Medical Plan a lot of down of the county's population be said The increasing popularity of HMOt is rooted in their ability to provide compre medical care it lower costs than M Page Cai ;

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