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   Capital, The (Newspaper) - September 13, 1986, Annapolis, Maryland                               3 ANNAPOLIS I ARUNDEL MEADE LOYOLA OLD MULL SEVERNAPARK PALLOTTI ST. MARY'S IFOR DITAILS AND MOM Ml PAQIS I _ 1 HOWRI.L MICROFILMS P.O. BOX 1558 LAUREL. MD 20707 Tomorrow's Partly sunny For pago 9. VOL Cl NO. 216 SEPTEMBER 25 DON'T FORGET ILLUMINATION of an 18th .century transparent paint- with music and from 7 to 10 tonight at City and an 18th century fair from 11 a.m. to 6 p.m. tomor- row at St. John's win continue the celebration of the Annapolis Convention Bicen- tennial. HOME OFJHE WEEK ANNE AND Donald Novak are happily rooted in the fami- ly homestead on Kent Island. 'figf.lL- STATE v _ MAKE NO bones about Leon Schlossberg's skeletons are the best. Page 4. NATION STOCK PRICES gyrated wildly in record trading yester- fage 1 SPORTS The Orioles lose 'to the Ti- M. Page It. FALWELL says JMory Carter to have my love and even though the former presi- dent said that the TV evangel. 1st who often criticized his administration go to discussing religion during a question-and-answer session before delivering a .speech Thursday at Meredith said Falwell had chal- lenged the piety of people who some of Carter's ini- tiatives. don't let Jerry Falwell or anyone else define for me what it a he said. was a time when Fal- well said anybody who sup- ports the Panama Canal treaty is not a anybody who supports SALT n is not a anybody who's for the Department of Education is not a Christian. a very Christian as far as I'm concerned he can go to Carter said with a jrin. have too much respect for President Carter as oar former bead of state and a brother in Christ to believe be would tell anyone to go to Falwell said in a response. choose to believe he was either misquoted or taken our of context. He cosrtiaoes to have my love and For a look at other people in LOTTERY Numbers drawn Three-digit PfcK-HM. motx Calendar 5 CIVICS LESSON BURGER draws praise from Burger By LAURAINE WAGNER Community News Editor Chief Justice Warren Burger yesterday said he hopes the people of the United States a good history and civics from the celebrations 67 the Bicentennial of the Annapo- lis Convention and the Constitution. is astounding how many and well educated don't know muctr about this he said at the State House yester- day morning. Chief Justice Burger is chairman of the national Commission on the Bicentennial of the Unitft States Constitution. really has some bearing on literacy programs in the country and the my is definitely going to get behind he can't be good citizens il they can't read and particularly reading. How can our students understand their Consti- tution if they can't read he said. was a devilishly hard thing to acquire and we almost didn't get he pointing out that several of the signers refused to back it until assured that the Bill of Rights would be The basic separation of power and the balances we have justice Staff Wr Chief Justice Warren E. Burger yester- day dusted off tbjPr Constitution and man- aged to finO tew laughs amid the2de- year-old Respoading to a high school student's question about the constitutionality of cen- soring rock he said that while the Constitution allows for an right to freedom of some courts have fined motorists who have created disturbances by blowing their auto horns. He personally is unenthusiastic about rock a term he had difficulty even recalling. don't tear Often and wnea I I generally it he told Brian Cheboski of Metde Senior doesn't mean that it's At Annapolis High Chief Justice Burger answered 10 from comity secondary students as part of a citywide kick-off of the bicentennial of the Annapo- lis a meeting two centuries ago of delegates from five of the original 13 states which paved the way for the drafting of Ihe Constitution. Barter and whistled ai he strolled stiffly fte stage Ho take his seat next to Annapolis Principal Kenneth Nichols and student government President Stephen Burger is chairman of the federal Commission on the Bicentennial of the Constitution. The audience applauded Chief Justice Powttngt a 15-fear-oid junior who lives in said he was nervous until he met briefly backstage with the nation's chief whose quiet voice and reas- suring manner put him at ease. At times struggling to be heard through faulty sound the 79-year-old chief justice answered questions about issues as diverse as state's the expanding case load choking the legal on Page Col. hive tt Waen someone recced a poll a few years ago tbtt showed the But of might net past if put before the voters he reipoart I have no question in my rated it would be accepted today if we just have time to get it across to-pwpie.0 Chief Justice Burger was in Annapolis to open festivities surrounding the 206th anntaer- sary of the Annapolis Convention along witb Gov. Harry Hughes and Maryland's Speaker of the Benjamin Cardin. The 1786 convention produced broad recom- mendations that became the catalyst for the drafting of the Constitution months later in Philadelphia. Chief Justice Burger and Hughes cut a ribbon to open a new Constitutional Resource Room at the State House which is now open to on Page CoL Freed Daniloff still 'hostage By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS WASHINGTON President Rea- gan yesterday described Nicholas Daniloff as hostage in despite Ms conditional release from and Secretary of State George Shottx warned that until the American journalist is allowed to come U.S.-Soviet relations will be damaged. who took charge.of the negotiations that ted to Daniloff s release to the custody of the Ameri- can Embassy to did say be still plans to meet here next week with Soviet Foreign Minister Eduard Shevardnadze. But the secretary said the DanQoff case be prom- inently in the Asked whether the arrest of Dani- loff had harmed prospects for a U.S.-Soviet summit late this Shultz course it damages the and of course it damages the ability to move forward on things. Things like shift the shift the ability to work problems out without a Administration speaking on grounds of said a summit has been proposed between the Nov. 4 elections and the Christ- mas but that the Soviets bad not yet agreed to a date. Relenting somewhat on Reagan's declaration of Monday that will be no to liberate Dani- the administration announced that in exchange for Daniloff s re- lease from a Moscow a Soviet physicist charged with spying in the United States was permitted to go to the Soviet consulate. But both- Daniloff and Gennadiy the Soviet mast remain in the Soviet Union and the' United to face trial. at the outset of a talk to elementary school at which reporters were are so relieved and happy that Mr. Daniloff is ont of that S-by-10-foot which he was sharing with someone we think was an and that he won't be subjected to four hours of interrogation every The exchange was described by Shultz as interim toward gaining Daniloff s return to the Unit- ed States as a free man and pledged the would to make every effort to secure his prompt departure from the Soviet Union and safe return has changed is his physical Shultz said. The 51-year-old Moscow correspon- dent for U.S. News A World Report left Moscow's Lefortovo Prison ac- companied by his add U.S. charge d'affaires Richard after 13 days in captivity. a Soviet employee of the United Nations who was arrested by the FBI Aug 23 in a New York subway station and accused of buy- ing U.S. defense secrets for his. was released by order of a federal judge in New York on condition that Daniloff also be re- leased and on condition that Zakhar- Page CoL Summit may be catuatty. Page 2. Children nmaln 2. Mids test Virginia in season opener By JOE GROSS Associate Sports Editor A crowd anticipated to be near M.fM will converge on Annapolis tsday for tbe first game of the Nival Academy's 107th football season remain available for the 2 PM. game against the University erf whkh is the first of five to be played this season at Navy- Memorial SUdtam The Nary team this year hopes to end a rtrbm of tkree losing seanons The Midshipmen nave endured of 14. 44-1 sod 4-7 since flassasag 44 four fears ago. iQicaal by tenner Nary qiarUrbaek assi eeaeh Gasrg e IsWi teaieved ky last year's victory over a win that the bead-to-head reconls of Welsh and Navy's Gary who took the reigns of the Midshipmen when Welsh moved OB at two games apiece. Tbt which will be broadcast totally OB W-NAV. uso is ex- petted to very close with both teams ibowisg well-balanced at- tacks VlrgtftJa'l multiple I formation of- will be M by rernatile quart- erbeek DM eae of only tkrte retumiog frost last season. for 14 of II He coav an aH. Gridiron spells gridlock on roads Thit combination is ooe that wor- ries because of Ma big play possibilities. Also a ssajor concern for Navy are rianassg bed Chris who ran for IK sadadiag a 55-yard OB M etrfiet sat foB- 0 By JEFF DAVIS SUff Writer Annapolis will become this weekeod. It all begini this morning when more than 30.000 footbaQ fans arrive for the Naval Academy's borne- sad season-opener against tbe University of Virginia. Tonight from 7 to s large crowd it expected at City Dock for lAth century music and activ- ities celebrating tbe Bicentennial of tbe Annapolis Convention And tomorrow tbe Bicentennial events continue wKh an ifth Century City Fair on tbe St. John's College easasja tnm 11 a.aa to I p.n. tolas of vHMan ssems loeal Cssspai BfV Tbe advice from city Un- less you're going to the stay away from streets around and lead- ing to tbe Corps Me- mortal Stadium this afternoon. With good weatber forecast and the return of former Navy coach George who now ii the coach at Navy officials art expecting a near-capacity crowd. Cfekoff ii 2 but the trsssst backs up several boors earlier In order to help traffic sstvt smoothly to sod from tbe lot cfty police will traffic according Jofen Wright. Before tbe Taylor Ai wU 14 eae way trav Ossss   

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