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Capital, The (Newspaper) - September 15, 1986, Annapolis, Maryland About Festival trains young actors. SEEPAGE 11 Monday Skins win 'your basic dogfight.' SEEPAGE 19 HOWELL MICROFILMS P. 0. BOX 1558 LAUREL Newsroom .MD 2070.7 aea-Booo I A VOL Cl NO. 217 SEPTEMBER DON'T FOHQET THE ANNAPOLIS Sympno- ay Oithestra sponsors a series of free eeacerts m the area this week. The Bay Strings- wffl perform at tonight at the first Baptist Church of Croftoa Parkway and Onh Bouse Gate Boad. AREA ONCE AGAIN there are no Hack candidates for the Anne Arnadel General Hospital Board of Managers. Page 27. ACTION LINE THE CAPITAL'S consumer advice column a reader wtth a cable television com- plsJntPftfeft BUSINESS A2T ODENTON firm takes Steps to protect a stream. Page 28. AWAY WE QQ TBEX 4N over to old Cbes- tertown for their Caadleligat Walking Tour. MORE RAIN faUs in Lower where floods killed seven people. Ptge 3. SPORTS NAVY runs over Virginia. Page It. PEOPLE Presidential son Boa Beagaa has taken to the firing range to perfect his handgun techniques hi a seminar that also included I the author of Itbe books land movies. Beagan land eight men were en- roiled in a ran 17 fait G. Gordon lor pottee aad security special- at the Ctoaatarr Group Academy ta Hook. N. Y. Beafan wu seat to the three-week program by magaslae. On be fired at paper ootttnes ef hmaa hetags aad did push-ups a pvaiah- meat for tttpptng Us pistol ioto the holster itfll Ray Covaterr Qroop rice aaid cekerttM tflte aa tod David Her. the fet the aaaie treataeat for a look at other people la aewf see aajv J. Hubert drawa Lotto -II at H Main. INDEX 4 Mpegas. Caseadar................. 17 Ctsjstfitd Ads Oocaict. Craastrord .................21 ..Mi S -5 ...8 ...11 LEVELS of radon gas are founjMi hundreds of homes. NATION A BOMB exploded at police headquarters in Paris today. s ii Arundel board policy held model to Fair stoatef WMtasnirt a tri- Mfc aac saves. way lor the ray fcr the escorts Mkhael Steen ._ Waster of the Scot ffighiandert' 71st Beginwnt visitors otoved aside e4eetod In go tbrevga town unes- said. nrfSenstaAnnapo- aot Paris or Leaaosu you i.. of oi -FT- -T wool using two __. took to It like Mid uappiBl her fin- gers Many of the ptrticlpanU at the fair took to thHr Colonial roles tort I thought ft was sis- said Maryland MDWamaJi Kefly Oott Vtrgmla. in- stead it gives me a chance to relai aad Cat oat of my time MaryUnd MUtta is a statewide group that strictly adheres te authentic representation. No piereed or say artkte that nt aot used te J -J V- allBBBBBISBSBBSAVaaBBaaaiSBBBBBBl. jdaalAift of Mrs.. of te hair was spun tareagh l.love it saw one ef the gatexaerT escMtsv otajfid OM tspUasHoa tor It's faaiasyrotoptayfcg.'' dean kavw V we're frtsBrat ed aetors Nat evarttaae was iBveMaa jast for fast maca has aeaa wriHaa that was aatras or to gat mrytatag back ia saM ftaua Bassan. who ptSTwdMaiBaasoa watt paapie to kaow that Joaa Hsaaaa.wae the first ataaV 'fee By PETER WEST Staff Writer The county Board of Education is getting national recognition for a approach to halting drug use in school The county's longstanding policy of mandatory drag coun- seling and expulsion for repeat of- fenders is cited as one method of cutting drug and alcohol abuse in a new U.S. Department of Education handbook. have to get and we have to do it Secretary of Education William J. Bennett said in his introduction to the 78-page 'Schools Without A camera crew from the education department taped an interview Fri- day in which School Superintendent Robert C. Btee discussed the drug policy at AansaaUs Sefttor Hifh School. The Department of Education is opening im toll-free telephone lines today for the public to call for the booklet The education agency has printed a million copies of its handbook at a cost of 40 cents each and will spend as much as 30 cents more to mafl each copy free to parents and others who request them. Bennett already has put copies in the mafl to every public and private elementary and secondary school and to every school superintendent The public can call 14004244100 for copies of the handbook. The local number is 659- 4851 People also can write for co- pies Schools Without Goto. 81009. The county board's policies re- duced drug and alcohol cases han- dled by the school system 58 percent in recent officials said. Betsy the board's health issues said that while the number of cases of drug and alcohol abuse increased slightly from a total of in the 1971-79 school year to 507 in the 6- year-old approach has steadily reduced the number of total casesto202inl9854S. The relationship of drug cases to alcohol cases also has changed over the and reductions in drug cases have been the most dramatic. In there were 859 drug cases and 140 alcohol cases. In IMS- there were Itt drug eases and 99 alcohol referrals. Mrj. Fleming said students have passed through the drag pro- gram since its mceptioa. Of 102 failed to complete the 15 withdrew from school 29 trans- ferred out of the school 22 were expelled and 12 flunked oat Sba said seven students volun- teered for the program. Bennett said use of inclad- aa Cei Tht ftogans bunch new anfatniQ pflBpnvn. Page JL Drug use by parents is rising ByJUDIPEBLMAJf A Broadneck father who reg- ularly smokes marijuana gives his son the drag to seB to Us friends. Another parent watts until the children are asleep before snorting CTtatef beaiad dosed doors. Stffl others operate a drug trout. home m front of their kids. Prog use among offldata b on ae rise. is happening and it is a said Eric di- rector of the county's drag and alcohol program. And cfafidrejuare caught tat the middle. Do they torn in their parents and risk baring them arrested aad breaking up the or do they ignore the hoping it will Several national cases have come to light involving paren- tal substance the most recent involving a CaUfornia who after bearing a lecture on drugs at turned in her parents for alleg- edly using drugs. Most of the children are wen aware ef what's going officials but chances the police never will know. Whue it is common for par- ents to tarn to police when they cant control a child's drag children rarely turn in their parents. of what the par- eats are involved the chil- dren won't report them. It's a bask sease of loyalty to the said Lt Boa fommander of the narcotics seetiea of county police. who with fate- fragaaUy teems of par- eats tnffiejdag drags at faD vtewoftbatrUds. had raids aad oaag eaBdrea to ceats at the wMa drags aQ ever the Fraaee said. Even which can to a. m J MMTDM OaTOVfB IM tea is wtthsa a eafld's tossid. Not aaay ehi- No verdict yet on health of bay's beds Jury out on oyster crop as season opens By EFFtt COTTMAN Staff Writer plunged their oyster ioto the bay this morning irlth a tittle opttssira and lot of unan- sweral evestioas about this season's harrwrt. Biobgkal tod market problens have pUgaed Marylaad's oyster av dastry this drtrtag te her- rest to aa alttan lew twe years aas last U arfaaia kaaaess __.m M i saai aiaasBaBBs atMareaft. There have been mixed reports oa the current health of state oyster Hifh wiifr mlinlty. mused by uouiuilir hot and drr boostwl rrtroductiofi durinc the past two according to Uw itatt DcparUBMt of Natural Resources Bot high salt content also ceatd have aartared the bacteria MSI that kffls the seafood delicacy. hard far aayaody to saM tarry arestdeat ef tke A fetttag comfUctlag re- Jerry presideat of W.H Harris Seafood lac. on Keai Island have heard some re- parts of death rates IB the lower part of the bar know in a couple The DNH taid oyster reproduction last rear wai among the best to Si years. Bat that spat won't be ma tare lor aaother or two. don't expect anything nary said Batort Ty- masMfer ef tealeed and Oyster Co. predicted tkat wookl be S10 to S12 a busbel Nevertbetets. most experts anticipate a bounty of bivalves dar- ing the first part of the season. Crabi are lest abundant taaa usual at this time of so atore watermen will be switching to oys- ters daring the early wteks ef the Harris predicted Like the te earty-aeasea te aad era waa ply tae bay. it getting conflicting reports. We have heard... of death rates In the lower part of the bay. You'll know In a couple Jerry W.H. Harris Seafood Inc.
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