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   Capital, The (Newspaper) - September 24, 1986, Annapolis, Maryland                               HOWELL MICROFILMS P O BOX LAUREi newsroom MD 207O7 Jhe Olaa Tomommr't foiMMt Near 99 y NO. 225 SEPTEMBER 25 GOOD ttONTFORQET .THE ANNAPOLIS Holistic Health Center will sponsor a free lecture on Bodywork at tonight to the board room of the Board at Education Build. Biva TAX REFORM may delay several public includ- ing an Annapolis incinerator. CTTYSCAPE INVESTING in the stock market is a gamble. Page 37. KENT ISLAND RESIDENTS split on the county's comprehensive land use plan proposal. Page 15. DR.GOTT BELL'S PALSY is a paraly- sis of the facial nerve. Page 9. CHEFS CHOICE SUSAN BURNETT'S sticky bun creation is judged the pastry for the Page ENTERTAINMENT NEIL SIMON'S is playing at the Rustic Inn. Page 33. IN WASHINGTON A HISTORIC hotel has been restored. Page 35. STATE FORMER DEL. George J- Santeffi is indicted on drug and racketeering charges. Page 4. NATION THE UNITED States and Soviet Union stepped up delib- erations over Nicholas Dani- toff. THE FEDERAL budget defi- cit has surpassed the annual record. Page 3. SPORTS MARYLAND football Coach Bobby Ross doesn't put much faith in polls and national rankings. Page 25. PEOPLE Singer John Fogerty said not owning the songs that Urn famous as part of the rock group Creedence Clearwater so 'much that the won't sing in the rath- be doing tit tour than any- thing in the whole he said in Cincinnati yesterday during his first road trip in 14 yean with his of the album. prefers not to perform any of his Creedence including Moon Out My Back or On The Foftrty lost the rights to every song did with Creed- afteefrotftttftolttt. 'TD every once in a while a very once in a while. Those are my aoags. But they're not I- avoid the CreedcBce because of the pain he said. LOTTERY Numbers drawn Pkk4- WDEX 4 41 pafaa. Calendar CUtsifitd columns Qroaeword Batertainmeot Food Baat 47 40 10 U-OJ 11-14 U-W ....ii ....11 KM I moio Of 4. ANNAPOLIS HIGH Principal Kamwth E. staff and ttudtnts to work percent their potential. NEW ERA Principal hails sophistication of today's student By PETER WEST when Aanapofii School harbored two cultures with only three school buildings in common. As an assistant principal in the mid- Nichols was aware of an underlying tension between black and white students as they walked between Ches- peake and Severn Students of different races might forge friendships away from but they parted company as soon as they walked onto the old campus at Smith and Chase avenues. was my observation then that then was a white things alii a black sidt of he said. The potential for conflict was so close to the surface that city police officers pa- trolled the school though police protection did not prevent Nichols from being attacked by on Martin Luther King Day in 1975. More than a decade sitting in his recently acquired office at the 7-year-old Annapolis School on Riva tensions nave years. the sciool out of the cfty center security faeadadtttvbut society's attitudes about race also have he said. staff has gone by the he said. think as a society we've changed Nichols returned to Annapolis in July after seven years as principal of Arundel Senior High School. Though parents at Arundel protested because they felt it was Nichol's hand that Page Col. Obstetrical care crisis seen Hopkins departure leaves low-income patients in lurch By SCOTT LAUTENSCHLAGER Staff Writer Future medical care for low-income preg- nant women in Anne Arundel County is shrouded in uncertainty because Johns Hop- kins Hospital doctors win no longer staff county-run maternity clinics. The which takes effect Jan. will affect 000 to 650 women and their babies said Dr. J. Howard county health officer. To fin the county Health Depart- ment is trying to make similar arrangements with Anne Arundel General Hospital in Annap- olis and Francis Scott Key Medical Center in Beard said. have hopes of working something but making new arrangements for ob- stetrical care is hi every he said. At the 15 staff obstetricians already are carrying full patient said hospital spokeswoman Lisa Hillman. The hospital's obstetricians already very busy. All have full she said. The hospital would have to handle about 490 additional births because of the decision by Johns AAGH officials said. But Beard said discussions are too prelimi- nary to say how the 600 to 850 births would be divided between AAGH and Francis Scott Key. The women who receive care at the county Health Department clinics either are covered by Medical government-funded in- surance for tow-income or they have no insurance coverage. .For approximately 25 Johns Hopkins has supplied physicians for the clinics from its residency training program. As a the women who received prenatal care at the clinics gave birth at John Hopkins. oa Page Col. GOALS TO KEEP Teen fights back after accident By SHERRY YAEK Staff Writer People often stare at the brace oa 15- year-old Cynthi a Bjornjon's left leg They're curious about the wheelchair she uses when her tent legs tire of following a new metal walker Cyndi of st tolerates the with the stubbornness of someone with aompthing tn prove The she s.ays. are a small price to pay for being alive Last Cyndi was hit by a car on Route 50 by Cape St Claire Road She and bar sitter bad misjudged traffic while J ififla a atvare aaad fatten. Cyan war aarlM to by ft N SHE STILL with a on harlaft but CyntMa U happy to be atlvo and back with bar and Juat predicted she would and whe-n that didn't happen they said she would be a said June Cyndi's mother The doctors were wrong and Cyndi went ta teaet Institute to work out the And that s exactly what the did feel that I proved other people wrong It feels like I'm lucky or Cyndi her speech still careful and slow Ste frankly sckaawtodfes abnoat dyiag and uto flmly atovt wfcat she most work was to waft eat of the aadtamfiy. aa Pap tt. T District 'haven -v ended' Drinking age raised to 21 By THE ASSOCIATED PEESS WASHINGTON The District of Columbia City Council last night met a congressional deadline for raising the drinking age to 21 but softened the blow by allowing those who tun 18 before Oct 1 to buy beer and Although some criticized the the action was applauded bjr officials who had called on the eliminate the area's last legal haven for teen-aged drfaking. s great IMWS It s great news a magnet exactly magnet what the district has exactly What ttW become for the teen- district agers of Anne Arun- aisinci del said become for the Erk Avery of the to- teen-agers of cal Drag Alcohol A r Abuse Program. Arui sends a uni- fled message to teen- agers that alcohol is dangerous when you mix it with driving and with other Proponents said the grandfather clause way essential to get the measure passed. Some council members were hesitant to take ftn existing right away from 18-year-olds. not that nappy with compro- but they had to get it said a spokeswoman for Maryland Mothers Against Drunk which yesterday inundated the uv The pleased student groups that had lobbied against a blanket raise to 21. glad to see rights that were remain said Adam dent of fiie George Washington University Student Assocation. The council voted 10-3 to declare an then approved the bill on a voice vote. Members said emergency legislation was needed to meet an 1 deadline set by Congress. Federal law says states that do not raise the drinking age to a by the beginning of' fiscal 1987 will have highway funds withheld. The district stood to lose 17.8 million in highway funds if it bad not raised the drinking age. felt it was gonna go and that was because of the highway the Maryland MADD spokeswoman said. Another factor that clearly influenced the mood of the council was a brutal weekend crash that killed three young men from in which alcohol was blamed. no way we're going to stop the carnage on the highways with one bifl passed in the said Rita Conn of MADD. everything MADD has estimated that 44 percent of all alcohol-related traffic fatalities involve drivers between the ages of 16 and 24. Forty-two including Maryland and have boosted their drinking ages. Holdouts are Mon- South Tennessee and Wyoming. The district's emergency bill will take effect for 90 days beginning during which time the council wiD probably enact oi Page CeL Pantelides scoffs backs Neall By PAT RIVIERE Staff Writer While Democratic officials embraced their party's primary election winners this one candidate who lost his for Congress jumped to the Republican camp John S Ptntelides last night endorsed Robert R saying be was more aligned pbJDasophieally with the GOP congressional candidate than Democrat Tom McMillen Democratic roots compel me to blind ty support the of my for unity and the good of the partj But conscience aad my heart uy to do the right thing and to Mpport the moft qualified for Coo Pantebdes told about 150 people at the Pascal Semor Center in Glen Burnie Paotebdei lost a three rare for the Democratic nomination the 4th tmgrestlon al District on Sept 9 He got 21 of vote in his bid to succeed reunaf U S Marjorie S R-Anoe easily woo nominatkwi vita Cl tof beating- oat Paottiktet rafaaal baefc his party aad fi   

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