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Capital, The (Newspaper) - August 23, 1986, Annapolis, Maryland Home of London Town a Georgian gem. Inside Maryland team under the gun. SEEPAGE 13 Retail Ad Business Classifie. Circulation Newsroom 268-4800 268-5000 Tomorrow's Drier For see page 11. VOL. Cl NO. 199 AUGUST 1986 25 Cents DONT FORGET THE OLD SEVERN River Bridge will be closed to boat traffic tomorrow from to a.m. for the Annapolis Tea Mfle Auto traffic will also be af- fected along the .route from the Navy-Marine Corps through the to St. Marga- rets and Route 50 and return- ing to the stadium. For a map and see page 13. ENTERTAINMENT an adult comedy by Michael A. will open Friday at Bow- ie's Theatre in the Woods. Page 21. STATE THE UNIVERSITY of Mary- land is raising tuition 8 per- cent. NATION PRESIDENT Reagan has talcen steps to seal cracks IB the U.S. trade embargo against Page 2. NORFOLK SOUTHERN Corp. withdraws its bid to pur. chase DR. GOTT CHANGING smoking habits and attitudes can have positive effects in your life. Page SPORTS THE ORIOLES dews the California 8-7. Ptge IS. PEOPLE SINGER David re- eeatty paroled from a Texas prison on narcotics and weap- ons joined his former Graham for an emotion- al concert reunion at a Houston nightclub. about this is I what kept me Crosby told the enthusiastic audience Thurs- day after he came on stage midway through Nash's set. been waiting for this for almost a Nash re- plied. gained fame as a member of the Byrds in tbe late 1960s and later teamed with Nash as part of the bit group Nash and Young. Crosby also sang a song be composed during his five months in prison on charges of possession of cocaine and pos- session of a firearm. don't regret any of Crosby said told tbe crowd Ttmnday don't do it one andJeoce member answered. For a look at other people in tbe set page 3. LOTTERY Nmnbers yesterday 4 7MJ Break-ins by fair-weather fiends rising MKLON-CHOLIA Mtma to rton tt llUt 4Q9 _ _ Town Community to 12-ywr-oW BiU whole during a i contest was pnrt rt JEFF DAVIS Staff Writer Warm weather and open windows can bring an intiease ID burglaries according to tht Annapolis Police Department Police have noticed a recent in burglaries where the only barrier between a thief and a VCR has been a flimsy screen. noticed a lot of screened doors being said Sgt Jay Craig of the department's Planning and Research Section Some of the victims have appar ently opted for a cool breeze in their absence rather than lock up and return to a muggy house But police believe a hot house is a small price to considering the expense of replacing a television. jewelry and other valuables. Craig said many of tbe break-ins are taking place in Annapolis' newer townhouse and condominium com- munities where the residents don't know each other and aren't Bkcly to report suspicious activity. be amazed at how many people leave valuable items in Craig added The victims also may not be aware of the burglary problem that has plagued Annapolis in recent years and fail to take precautions. Recent statistics show burglaries don't increase during the summer in but police warn the op- portunity for break-ins increases in the summer Lawn furniture can be stolen or used as step-ladders to windows. And open windows or screens make for easy police said. People most vulnerable to summer on Page Col. FIGHTING BURGLARS Use secure deadbolt licks on your doors and make your windows lock shut. valuables where easily. Engrave them with an identification number. Don't post your name on the mailbox if your phone number is listed in the directory Ask a friend to stop by and pick up mail and deliveries. Watch yout neighbor's house for any suspicious activity and call police if you see anything. Connect timers to some of your lights and leave a radio on preferably a talk show. Don't leave messages on your telephone answering that imply you're away of your phone so a pasairtg.burglar can't near its continuous Own tot the shrubs around conceaf an leave a ladder lying around outside. Don't leave keys In so-called hiding spaces. r Don't discuss your vacation itinerary in pUWc. If you will be away for an extended the safest meaaure Leave money or jewelry In a safe deposit box. It's Vacation blues for real By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Ariz Back from vacation and feeling Can't sleep at Can't seem to get going in the Just want to do aothlngi Chances are you have a case of It's not a bona fide mental illness And it's not listed in the diagnostic manuals of the American Psychiat ric Association or tbe American Psychological Association. But psy chologisU claim that the condition exists and that thousands of Ameri- cans returning from their vacations suffer from it each year think it's a pervasive said Michael Brad a Phoe- nix psychologist. affects all areas of The good news is that psycholo- gists say it doesn't last very long generally one to three weeks. Psy- chologists say most people can get out of the depression by eating well. resting and exercising There are many theories about the depression. Stuart a Phoenix psycholo- speculates that many people feel a little down because they had such a good time vacation- then suddenly find themselves doing something they don't like at their jobs. a big problem with bur nout as it said whose books include Unstress Yourself.' Your Head' and Ways to Use Your Head B. Joy a with tic Foundation Counseling Industrial Alcohol in Tempt says that 'what it looks to me is a lack of oomplet ing things before leaving ID the same Scottsdaie psy chologist Don Muiienberg says he thinks many people assume incor rectly that vacation periods resolve problems can refresh you and improve one's outlook on but seldom do vacations resolve problems you had before you left on vacation ne MuueubeiK 'lai a ai-a tioucr with this expectation he becomes depressed as he realises that only are his problems still there but thai it will be an extended period of time before he can get away again To prevent the be people re- solve then problems and get their 11 in order before they go on acation and use their vacation as a repaid or a celebration Bdviess said people feel down at outlnurd Page Col. FLASHBACK Festival celebrates past By KEVIN DRAWBALGH Staff Writer Hear bear bear The Maryland Renaissance Festival opened this morning for its second year at the Fischer Firm oear Crownsrille J ousters will be jousting and jesters jesting for six weekends in a row as tbe festival actors present their own lively version rrf life in IMb-ceotury England. The recreated Elizabethan vil- iage wffl ta mm Am W reTrOnMffl 17 pCfTOI areas and more tnaa 200 roaming acts. Included are Jofcuty Fox tbe Sword Rntqr tbe Rent a tbe Bedlam Had Beg gars sad tbe New Riders of tbe Golden Afe Aotbentk Jovsttng Tmnpe Festival organisers are expect ing 100.0W peopte to attend be- tween and Sent said Laws nebtte rntattnvs di Most of tbm wffl from the Washington. DC area and only 10 percent from she said ''We're not really sure why the draw is that way Except that it is a cultural event and Balti more is not a real cultural city But. I don't want to say that.' she said The festival started 10 years ago at Symphony Woods io Col umbia. Md and moved to Anne Aruodel County io IMS. Zoning troubles and some community concern over traffic jami erupt- but last year's initial fair went smoothly. far as I things went pretty good last year We didn't have any real conflicts. said David Colter president of tbe Generals Highway Council of Civ k Associations not lodging any protest this year. nave 11 or more member atsedatiow 1 beard en CeL Fugitive suspected in robbery WHIT Rnrtftn of end of Qtefi CTOM FW0MI. Muff Hnter Authorities gunman who held up a in Burnie .vesttrday afternoon may be Ray Alien Minmck. a fugitive who has vowed MM to be alive A man who matches Minmck s description I United Bank and Trust Co 200 Hospital at 1 30 p m said Officer V. Richard Molloy. county police spokesman The gunman drove off m a stolen IStOs royal blue classic MuiUag. Tbe car found atasdMed 45 minutes later in an apartment complex parktaf lot only a few blocks police Because of Minntck't repuUtioo aod tbe threats he has made bomb miffing dogs were brought to Mustanu before police searched H Lt M' jt tbe nmei Axauttt f' IT Uon Only a piir of tennis which belong to car's owner were found inside tbe Pitigibboos Mid who it M but appears to be in his Mid is a coortcted robbtr wwstsllsr fr.
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