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Capital, The (Newspaper) - September 16, 1986, Annapolis, Maryland t Tuesday iVSicis5 Smith says is a hero. SEEPAGE 21 reject 21114 s paying off. PAGE 18 HOUIELL MICROFILMS P.O. 1558 fortOMfc Fair A 70 MD 20707 268.6000 For DMt 7. VOL Cl NO. 218 SEPTEMBER 25 Conti FORQFT ANNE Arundd County it 4 tomorrow I p.m. lit the off Highway in Crowns- Admission if charged. ARUNDEL General best year ever last OF THE TOWN BID the director of works allowed a devel- 1o use a buffer may be- grouchy and im- BAD the urge to try STUDENTS in Btadeas- strtcken with tuberai- tf. REDSKINS' Kelvin t wffi be out tor at least alter a knee opera- FLORIDA Molly a loser In E America said the Kellye Cash oil Tennes- was unpopular and irro- and won in part because ihaia the grandniece of singer Cash and became the i didn't appreciate femin- between you and girl wai the least- 1 around. She acted knew she was going to said Us. who place among the 10 judges wanted i kind of non-aggressive she added. thtek 1 waa the least MM Mils Cash. a kA friends at tbt I don't know why or if that. I do not think my with my uncle bad to do with my win. an attorney denied that j were biased against j is with feminist i at other people IB J. drawn -Its -Mil tw tii Lotto dreva Saturday was feMatreetiy ha TV day. correct 'BACCO HARVEST Lerto BfHJhttay of Crownivllle raises hia tobacco knife hfch m comHttone for Ifrt harveet tre axpected to be ideal for the reel ha lalla a crop for farmer Jack Sclbie. Weather of tha weak. Drug sweep Police seeking 37 street dealers By DAN CASEY Staff Writer In an effort to clear the Clay Strict corridor of county and city poltee yesterday began arresting 37 alleged drig dealers. The arrests ended a 15-week operation during which 10 county and Annapolis detec- tives made street-level buys of hero- marijuana and said Officer V. Richard county police spokesman. The arrests -began yesterday about p.m. when county and uniformed city including Special Operations Section and Ah- napolis Special Enforcement swept down on alleged dealers at the corner of Clay and Washington Molloy said. By this police tad jailed 15 drug suspects and were actively seeking 22 others for whom warrants have been Molloy School money battle takes off Parents across the county lobby for building projects By PETER WEST SUft Writer Anyone who ever has fought over the last piece of pie would have recognized the scene last night at the county Board of Education. Except that last night the stakes a share of state dollars to build or renovate county schools were far higher. Doiens of parents and students from all over the county argued that their renovation or construction project should head the list when the school board files its request for 122.6 million with the state Interagency Com- mittee for School Construction next month. They all wanted to have a say in the process by which the with recommen- dations from School Superintendent Robert C. will establish priorities for spending its fiscal 1988 state The Capital budget request. Most seem to as board officials have previously that the county is unlikely to receive the full amount of the request. Last the legislature allocated about 144 million to 23 Maryland counties and Baltimore City. Anne Arundel County request- ed million for fiscal 1987 and received slightly less than 16 million. So it was room in the 300- seat auditorium at the board's Riva Road headquarters as constituencies from the Broadneck the Crofton area and several north county schools asked to be put at the head of the list. Among those standing along the rear of the auditorium were County Council Chairman Virginia D-West and Council- man David G. D-Crownsville. The Broadneck contingent was one of the more highly organized and vocal groups. Wearing yellow labels to identify them as on Page it a severe dent in drug trafficking in the Molloy said. The operatioa WM spearheaded by the Annapolis Drug Task a Joint effort by county and 3ty poUce to combat drug dealing in the Annapolis The task force is made up of lour county detectives and two' Annapolis detectives. More than 50 undercover and uniformed officers took part in the arrests Molloy said. In the task force executed oae search and seizure wajrrant at 800A Betsy where 2 ounces of cocaine were said county Sgt. David task coordinator. Shipley said undercover detectives from one half gram to a' quarter ounce of cocaine. Heroin was purchased by the quarter. whjch sells for 125 on the he said. Undercover agents spent a total of in street buys of various Shipley said. of these people are street-level Shipley said. He identified one Samuel John of 7019 Marbury as an alleged large-scale drug pusher. on Page 8. Col. Neall wants 4 more McMillen debates By PAT RIVIERE Staff Writer With little more than six weeks left before the Nov. 4 Re- publican congressional candidate Robert Neall has called for a series of four debates with Democrat Tom McMillen. Neall issued a press release Sun- day requesting the debates and charging that McMillen on issues. challenge Tom McMillen to a series of four debates to be held in Prince Howard southern Anne Arundel County and northern Anne Arundel Neall said. McMillen said this morning that he already has four scheduled de- bates with including one to- night on environmental issues. have taken invitations as they have McMillen said welcome the opportunity to denied the charge that he has flip-flopped on issues. ELECTION '86 Neall charged that McMillen first told the American Nurses Association and the Mary- land Medical Political Action Com- mittee that he would seek a seat on the Energy and Commerce Commit- then changed bis committee priorities to Armed Mer- chant Marine and Post Office and Civil Service during a Sept. 7 televi- sion debate. assignments have not been my highest McMillen said. have consistently said that I would look first at the district and what would best serve the people of the district and then look at the state and what 1s best for the McMillen said he listed the four committees as those he would be interested in joining. getting elected is my high- est he said. Neall also charged that McMillan had taken conflicting stands on de- by first calling for growth and then advocating budget cuts. Bobby U trying to play one- upmanship on it's not going to McMillen said. have called for real but In the short defense has to share In the budget cuts to reduce the be said. McMillen and Neall agreed that OB Page Col Order may spur drug tests by your boss Treatment hard to get for some drugs Reagan requires tests of some workers By SCOTT LAt TENSCHLAGER Staff Writer Jane is feeling frustrated and alone after having problems finding treatment for her 22- vpir-old a longtime drug abuser. you have a drug problem in Anne Arundel forget said a Cape St. Claire resident who asked that ber real name not be used. Her son has used numerous drugs since the seventh out Jane said she that his recent problems steamed from heroin abuse. Last he decided to seek inpatient treatment for his only to encounter obstacles that blocked admission to local Jaae sail raartaclad the eaaerfency room at Oeaeral which re- ferred him to the chemical dependency unit at North Antndel Jane said At North she her too waa don't take heroin A 28-day treatment program in Gambrills agreed to admit ber but the cost of waa prohibitive because the family's insurance plan will cover only daya of detoxifica- Jane said. Jane said the has not heard from ber son since be encountered problems in early Attgnat. And DOW she's worried. not aa easy thing to live Jane said. a situation we can't and there U DO place to Pace By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS WASHINGTON President Reagan's deci- sion to require mandatory drug tests for many federal employees faces an uphill legal but his call for such testing by private employers may speed up an established trend. Federal and state courts have furnished rulings on the but the overwhelm- ing banned drug tests for governmen- tal employees as violations of constitutionally protected privacy rights Citing the Fourth Amendment's baa OB unreasoaable government those courts have said that drag testa cannot be required unless there is some reason to suspect a partsctttor employee ts oaaag drugs ittegally. Bat the lawfulness of maadatory drag aw the government not private employers require it Under the president's order issued yester- federal civilian employees botdtag seaal- Uve positions mutt undergo drug Administration officials said they ciuW not estimate bow many of the federal gepero- ment's 2.1 million civilian employees be but some reports have the Dumber as high as M million. The American Civil Liberties Union oppos- es general drug testing ia the forerametrtal tad private. aot a sttud art a feasible or effkleal said Lara special
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