Annapolis Capital, September 2, 1986

Annapolis Capital

September 02, 1986

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Capital, The (Newspaper) - September 2, 1986, Annapolis, Maryland V. About June Burnett loves teaching. SUPAQI19 Election guide for primary. tu ttcrtoH Today's Athletes get a lump on school. 9U MOC 17 We say that Baker It best. .HOWELL MICROFILMS P 0. BOX 1558 TOflKNIUW S L.AUREL MD 20707 Wet again For soe page 7. VOt. Cl NO. 206 SEPTEMBER Cento GOO DOHT FORGET SCHOOLS OPEN today throughout Anne Araadel County. Keep an-eye sot lor' children to sod flMp school buses. Had remember to stop behind the bin for loading unloading its young pasftcttgers. THE SPA ROAD Recycling Center is tmdeVnew manage- TALK OFTHe TOWN GIVING DONATIONS ti not always easy. PtgtSS. BUSINESS STOKER Broadcasting's move here rates as a perfect corporate relocation. PagelL ENTERTAINMENT THE ANNAPOLIS Opera will present and the Night Ptge 34. AWAY WE QO Day at Fort Bfcfesder's BLUE CROSS and Blue is raising rates after a merger tooted as a cost-cutting NATION THE PILOT of the small plane that collided with an Aeromexico jet suffered a heart attack before the acci- dent Page 2. A MAJORITY of Americans oppose raising the 55 mph speed Page SPORTS THE TERPS win their open- er against Pittsburgh with a field goat TENNIS WENDY TURNBULL sends Mandlikova packing at the U.S. Open. Page 23. PEOPLE Rock guitarist Stevle Ray Vaigku lost worth of band equipment to two men posing as part of his road authorities in Colon- Thieves went to Albany County Airport on Thursday and used a rental track to had away nine cases of including aad ampli- Police said a man woo iden- tified himself as Vaughn's pro- duction manager -phoned U.S. Air baggage claims Thursday afternoon and said be was sending two men .to take the gear to Montreal For a look at ether people in the news LOTTERY Numbers drawj Three-digit Stt. Pick 4 Mil. Lotto- MB BMUB. drawn Sit Pick 4 8788. columns 43 BACK TO BOOKS CROSSING GUARD Gearing and a lot of wet weather greeted those students on their return to school this morning. From toft Carl Bscfcy John Jason Polm and Mark Holmes. new teachers greet students By PETER WEST Staff Writer More than county students said goodbye to summer today as the school system opened its doors for the first day of classes. Greeting in addition to the wet were approximately administrators and including almost 300 newly hired classroom veterans and newcomers. Though Board of Education officials were relatively certain last week that all class- room positions would be there may still be some to be said William H. assistant superintendent for administration. working diligently to fill last- minute vacancies that are he said. might be some shifting needed. There'll be some fine tuning done to match up the teachers with the He added that he was confident there were enough applicants to fin the vacancies. Students returning to Annapolis .Senior High School met a new principal as the result of a transfer this summer. Kenneth a trainee at the high school a decade ago when it was housed in what is now Maryland Hall for the Creative Arts and the surrounding recently took charge at the Riva Road School. Kenneth his was transferred to Arundel High which is undergoing the final phases of a three- year renovation. Budget increases approved this year will allow the school system to place 10 new teachers for Gifted and Talented 10 new teachers of core courses in small high nine new reading teachers and eight part-time elementary guidance coun- according to Evelyn assist- ant superintendent for instruction.. ea Page Col. Public pays for each student By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS WASHINGTON The nation's school bill wffl reach billion this with taxpayers spending an average of for. each child in public school and for each public college the government says. About 57.4 million students will answer the school ben this fall from kindergarten to graduate according to the annual baek4e-schoot forecast by the U.S. meat of Education's Center for Statistics. That's more students than last year. Elementary schools wffl gain pu- bringing their population to 31.6 mil- while the high school bead count will fan by to 13.7 million. College enrollments are expected to drop by to 12.18 million. one out of every four Americans is in Secretary of Education WQ- ttam J. Bennett said in statement are the and the goal for then is excellence. We want it in the grasp every The record public school expenditure of per popfl is up from last year. Those sums inclade costs of school debts aad ether The Capital ex. penditores. Bat the overall figure masks wide dispari- ties among the states. The federal Center for Statistics gave no state-by-state but the National Education Association has reported that current expenditures ranged last year from lows of in Utah and in Missis- to highs of in New York aad to Alaska. Many states have poured more money into their puttie schools in recent years to raise standards and improve teacher sala- ries. Experts say both sagged during the Page Cei. tallied Crashes kill fire rips center By DAN CASEY and JEFF DAVIS Staff Writers A Glen Burnie man was killed while flagging down a car in Pasadena and firefighters re- sponded to a rash of fires during the Labor Dajr weekend in Anne Arundel authorities In College a University of Maryland freshman from Glen Burnie died after a fall from a dormitory window. A memorial service was held yesterday at City Dock in Annapolis for Karen Ann Hulson. at least 10 people died on Mary- roads during the three-day 4s vacationers headed .to area resorts despite autumn-like By mid-afternoon state polite reported a 10-mite backup on the road to the Narrows white cars rt i City drew usual for tabor estimated at IWkWO by Anne director of the local chamber of restaurants and hotels were half -empty. Shore temperatures climbed to only 78 degrees by with ocean water a mild li degrees. Temperatures across the state continued to set October-like tows. At Baltimore-Washington International Air- the mercury dipped to 49 degrees between 4 a.m. and 5 a.m. two degrees colder than the previous record low set in 1976. In the county's only fatal accident over the holiday a 30-year-old Glen Burnie man in Pasadena early Sunday morning after he stepped into the path of a car driven by an Annapolis police said. State police identified the victim as William Simpson Blankner of 7307 Green Acres Drive. The accident occurred at a.m. on Mountain Road near Route police said. Hester Isabella of Orchard Beach Road in was driving a Mercury south on Mountain Road when Blank. ner apparently stepped in front of her police said. Blankner's car was disabled on the road and he was trying to flag down a according to published reports. No charges were filed in the but the accident is being forwarded to the state's attorney for police said. A memorial service was held at the City Dock yesterday morning for Miss who died in a fall from a fifth-floor hallway window of her dormitory four days before the start of flastfs After a a.m. service at-the City her Harry and Bonnie' said they would board the Lady Sarah to sprinkle their daughter's cremated remains into the Chesapeake Bay. The body of Miss of den was found at about p.m. Friday outside the eight-story Hagerstown Hall at the College Park said Tom a adversity Her Steve said he tele- phoned her around 10 p.m. and that she was te a good mood. who were with Miss Halsea in the Students will hold court for Burger By PETER WEST Writer High school students may cross- examine Chief Justice Warren E. Burger next wtrk part of a national ctAttrition of the bicenien- niaJ of tbf U.S. Conit.itutioc. The Supreret Court justice is ed to iniwer questions from stu- of constitutional law reprMrnttng all 13 county high school i Sept 12 at Annapolis Senior High School His visH the Riva Road Khool wQl be part of a four-day com memo- Annapolis Convention of kicks off a year of CsspwtiM of Sept. chief really does Interact well with the kids. He doesn't talk down to to discuss the inadequacies of tbe Articles of under which tbe country was then gov- ll-M pared Chuck Timanous pbia Coavfrtm rf where the CoestHutkm was drafted. Though attended by representa- tives from only five of the li states aad delegates from Marylaad it issued a eafl tor Congress Burger scheduled to Gor Hirry Huxhtt in opening the Resource Room in tbe SUU Houw it his contribution to the Gregory SUvrrton. dim tor nf the Maryland for the Bicentennial of the U.S. utd crtting Bariref to meet ttw itwfcuU retutted from tototrtH that began last De- cember to attract a federal notable who was fasftfiiar with tbe asrf cestlsratMe Ujpaarupa i the Tttaly of and the importance of 'the ceremo- nies to yoong he said. simply by pres- ence 1 hope to emphisire to these who ire this niiton's that this is truly different other historical that the Constitution a living Stherson said. Dennis executive direc- tor of curriculum at the county Board of Education Mid the pro- gram will be held in the school's mdttorium It will be open to about students of law from each high school well as 250 JBgb School rtusoti Bvffsr Is scsiedaiedi to speak brief- it bftort the ssMttsi pertsd. M OaL I ;