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Capital, The (Newspaper) - September 22, 1986, Annapolis, Maryland today's lyssey fosters Inner growth.' PACE dark goes from goat to tfte hero. Your Some buildings can be a plague. SEEPAGE 10 K. HOWELL MICROFILMS P O. BOX 1558 Re Bu LAUREL Cl Circulation Newsroom MD 2O707 Jje Some sun For 999 pago 11. VOL. Cl NO. 223 SEPTEMBER GOOD DON'T FORGET VOCALISTS MAY audition for the Bach Meistersingers at 7 tonight at St. Anne's Episco- pal Church on Church or for the Annapolis Chorale at in room 308 at Maryland Ball for the Creative 'Constitution Avenue and Greenfield Street. AREA COUNTY SCHOOLS act to boost scores on the state citi- senship tests. Page 15. ACTION LINE The Cipitol'a consumer ad- vice column helps a reader with a dispute over an auto extended warranty. Page IS. TELEVISION NBC WAS the big winner of Emmys. AWAY We QO NEW gets gossied op for a grand old time. ENTERTAINMENT THE WH Bluegrass in the Country festival is set tor Sunday. STA THE HAN accused of shoot- ing tout policemen in Havre de Grace is addicted to cocaine and wfnts to die. Pajv 4. NATION THE 35-NATION Stockholm conference today formally adopted an accord designed to the risk of accidental HIGH SCHOOL seniors if the class of Utt avtraged better on the Scholastic tude Test than students a earlier. SPORTS THE TERRAPINS rout West Virginia. It. PEOPLE Italian-born filmmaker De Laveitfis wore a small American flag on his suit pock- et as he became a U.S. and clanged his first oaae to Agostno. love America. I love workiag here and I have great rwpect for its he said. my passport seems like a formality. I al- ready feel I'm an De waa ad- ministered the oath of citizen- ship Friday by Los Angeles U.S. District Court Judge Mar- iana who relayed congratulations from her hus- MGM president Frank Rothnan. Among his films are Valacnl and Dayi of tbe For a took at other people ip the news SOT 3. LOTTERY drawn Three-digit 4B. Pick 4 me Lotto -It 17 II 24 t pages. Classified CreMword MstirUU BatarUioraeot 21 21-21 27 21 12-13 s-s 10 11 11 18-20 ..I t-7 Off the 9 air CATV deal cuts 'Crabtowne' 87 BOB MITCHELL SUM Writer Contractual not bad prompted cancellation of the popular cable television program a spokesman for Annapolis CATV said last week. But the locally produced last broadcast Sept. could return to the air when United Cable Television Corp. takes over the Annapolis fran- said Bob general manager of Annapolis CATV. a temporary we've bad to cancel the Simeone said. made its debut in 1984 on Annapolis CATV. The hour- long show included light features about local places and events as well as appearances by former Mayor Richard Hillman. Mayor Dennis who has continued the tradition of appearing on the said he was concerned by the cancellation. I think they have a neat tittle thing going. he uld. know a tot of people M the community watch that Underdog Productions which produced the learned of the cancellation two days before a netirshow was to Underdog owner Frank Buckler said. called us up and 'Your show is off the air.1 No no no Buckler said. But Buckler knew why the show was Simeone said. Underdog paid Annapolis CATV per week to broadcast the sliows in its. Monday and Wednesday time and the show also con- 'tained some he said. Under the new franchise agree- atnt with the only non-profit programming can be broadcast over the corporation's public access facil- SJmeone A contract covering the broadcasts ended two months and the show was being 4Ceftttne4 on Page Col. coaity osMrated most i history reaV aaw the rnral ttta this at the fair in l-of fair la to- said fair t Diaaa its oof jmt growing tomatoes or raising It's more involved. It's tad crafts whteb Bmade from agricttttural t large held 4-1 wWlt another V 1 II fy itl ttstttidntr Jobs Decker would have Ufced to aet .activities. doesn't Hen appropriate to 'he Mid. were two barns fuQ of laire IBte she lived hi Arundel f all aylift and aever been aatf than ftypori thaa MjNO of theft five-day event ap- hid faratag ia their bora and raised on a said Fred Fischar of father told eggs door-to- tot N price of waat but I lives on his but a Coca-Cola. fey Lvmtokw Jim Craooan of Arnold After to thW After ttM T Jts Officer faces charge DWI alleged in April crash By LORRAINE AHEARN Staff Writer A county narcotics detective is expected to be charged with drunken driving in a head-on crash in April that critically injured a visiting prosecutors said today. Tbe aeddent Robert has already submitted a 12 million claim against the county. Tbe State's Attorney's Office said Detec- tive L. Dennis who was also critically injured in the a.m. collision April wflt be charged with driving while intoxicated. was driving east on Dorsey- Road in an undercover ear when he crossed center crjialjad into a car Iven by a California business according to accident reports. Toe two who were both were flown to tile Shock-Trauma Center at University Hospital in Baltimore with vere injuries. a 13-year police fared a lacerated heart but returned to light duty Sept I. a Si-year-old engineer with Hoghef suffered numerous broken bones and lost six upper teeth. Miller's formal claim against the county accused Wheeler of but a tal blood test showed blood ateov- hoi level to be above the legal according to State's Attorney Warren .B. Duekett saidr the charges had not filed sooner because hit office had difficulty obtaining the accident reports from the county police. investigated it as an accident and turned over all tbe information to Mr. Duckett What he intends to do with it Is up to said Officer V. Richard county police spokesman. Wheeler declined to comment Deputy County Solicitor David Plymyer Page CaL Sentencing A numbers game By JOANNA RAMEY Staff Witter In even criminals can figure out their batting average in tiM Justice that la. When a defendant stands before a Judge for he has a ball- park idea of how much time be is likely to spend in Jail. A defense attorney and prosecutor have filled in a scorecard that they band a judge. The sheet of paper reflects a point tystem that recom- wbit prison if should be imposed. If the person has a criminal record he can count on several strikes' against his average. His chances of going to prison are increased. And should the crime for which he is being punished be particularly be can bet on never making the lineup for probation. Tbe scorecards reflect what are officially called guide- Tbe system has been used in Maryland's Circuit Courts for about seven years. Tbe guidelines were designed to bring consistency to tbe way in wUefa people with stoflar records and crimes are said Patri- cia R. director of the Mary- land Sentencing Project. Although other states have guide- Maryland is the only one in which Judges don't have to abide by the Ms. Nelson said. In the state's Judges seem to sentence within the guidelines. When they do ignore tbe recommen- they are more likely to stray below them than Ms. Nelson sakL in every yon cant tefl a Judge what to Ma. Nelson said. think the guidelines make Judges aware of what their brethren are The point system on which tbe are figured was deter- mined by a la-member board of Judges. They ranked crimes and criminal records according to sever- ity. There are seven categories. Finudefrte lor is a crime. of property to treated as a oftese. Each category is assigned an ranging from 1 to 10 points. Tally more points for having a criminal record and a separate fender can be calculated. The hypothetical case of a eosjvkted of robbtag a woman of her puree at gupotet eaa be as ei Paje R Cat AND THEY'RE OFF At Uto CMy Dock than the Mi in DM it raoo WM won by awtan
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