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   Capital, The (Newspaper) - October 16, 1986, Annapolis, Maryland                               Severna Kinder retreat taking shape. SEE PAGE 3 7 Inside Red Mets wrap it up. SEEPAGE 19 Retail Ads Business Classified Circulation Newsroom 2M-SOOO f- f -fr e Refrigerated For see 9. VOL. Cl NO. 244 OCTOBER 25 Cents C DONT FORGET COUNTY CHARTER amendments and state consti- tutional which will be on the ballot Nov. will be discnssed at the meet- ing of the League of Women Voters at tonight in Room 110 at Arundel 44 Cal- vert St. The public is invited. O'NEAL trial delayed pregnant witness to testify on videotape. Page 29. VIGNETTES FRENCH soldiers will be honored at St. John's. Page 15. YEARS AGO LARCENCIES plagued sail- boat show. Page 15. ENTERTAINMENT DUKE Ellington's is short of composer's greatness. Page 30 DINING OUT RENOVATIONS at the Ox- bow Inn have detracted from DR.GOTT RARE blood diseases in the family. Page STATE REAGAN campaigns in Bal- timore for Senate candidate Uada Chavez. Page 4. NIGERIAN wins the Nobel Prize for American wins for economics. Page 2. CONGRESS trying to wrap up a record-breaking budget. SPORTS NAVY takes on unbeaten Ivy League leader University of Pennsylvania. Page if. SAILING POWERBOATERS are at war with sailors. Page 27 PEOPLE JOHN who 15 years ago was the toddler coaxed in TV commer- cials by bis two older into eating Life has returned a teen-ager to again promote the breafast food. This time he's and is rejected by girl who to believe be was the original who dug Into a bowl of Lift even though his two older brothers were pretty sort he wouldn't like It. la the new the ftrl who doesn't betteve be the yotag Mikey tells GUchrist that Mikey have been for a look at other people in the see J LOTTERY draws yesterday RESIDENTS OPPOSED to a building freeze demonstrate outside the Arundel Center yesterday. From left are Joan Photo by Georgg N Lundskow Dalrymple of Roy Rafter of Dale Carolyn Wentz of Arnold and Suzanne Cocimano of Riva Road. Battle rages on lot bill By LORRAINE AHEARN Writer A County Council hearing on a proposed small-tot building freeze began with a pick- et line last Bight and ended in an early morning stalemate. The hearing pitted landowners who would lose money against residents who see the bill as a way to stow growth. Couacflwoman Maureen Lamb introduced the controversial emergency measure to freeze building permits on ones that do not meet today's zoning requirements. Though a county-wide the measure has stirred the most interest in south county communities which are moving closer to receiving sewer service and with it some argue rapid growth. do not want to be said William B. McGuire of Avalon Hearing ends in a stalemate real estate developers' wheeling and deal- ing and trashing our neighborhood in the name of 'affordable housing.' Under the current measure 86-86 Mrs. Lamb wants lots not served by public water and sewer would have to meet new conditions beyond current health and code requirements to get a building permit. The antiquated lots would have to meet the minimum square-foot zoning require- ment for the neighborhood This would only apply to those who own two or more lots in a row. These landown- ers would be forced to be combine their adjoining lots to come close as possi- to the minimum square footage re- quirement. outgrown our little cottages of the just as we've outgrown one-room said Mrs. D-Annapo- pointing out that antiquated lots are a national planning problem. But of the 45 citizens who many told the council they would be hurt by the bill. Several argued the measure is uncon- stitutional because it takes away an existing right. come everybody who is opposed to density already lives in a asked George a builder from Shady Side. don't think this could fly constitu- tionally and I certainly intend to challenge it in Mrs Lamb originally introduced a bill numbered with a retroactive date of on Page Col. Rouse center debated Opponents call measure a sham By LORRAINE AHEARN Staff Writer Davidsonville residents called a conference center plan everything from a idea to at a hearing last night on a bill that would allow the project. A proposed change in the county code would allow Rouse Associates to build the center on a farm near Route 50 and South River. The application was previously turned down and is now being appealed Bill 85-86 would make such centers more feasible economically by permitting them to accept up to 30 percent overnight hotel guests in addition to hosting conventions and conferences. Opponents claimed the bill prepared by the county administration and introduced last week is for the Rouse case. of a sudden Rouse Associates gets turned down by the hearing agreed Councilman Michael D-Glen we have a of legislation that corrects the problem before gets to the ffoafd of Appeals. But planning and zoning officials argued the Rouse case simply pointed up the failure of the county code to provide for the center in general. Denying that Wfl was planning and zeainl Director F. Beck Kurdle said the county had met with Davidsonville civic groups about a possible code revision on conference centers. Though she warned against the Rouse case during the hearing last night at the Arundel each of the 49 witnesses spoke almost exclusively in terms of how the bill would affect Davidsonville. Representatives for developer William Rouse his father and uncle founded the separate Rouse Co. which developed Baltimore's Inner Harbor and the on Page Col. Neall unwelcome at Democrats' rally 1 By PAT RIVIERE Staff Writer When Republican congressional candidate Robert Neall showed up at a Democratic rally last Tom McMillen was less than pleased. the Democratic oppo- denied he requested that Neall be asked to but other Demo- crats attending the Team 30 rally and Neall contradicted McMillen's story. Neail and McMillen are seeking the 4th Congressional District seat -currently held by retiring Rep Mar- jorie S. R-Anne Arundel can go where he but I don't think it's to at- tend a Democratic McMillen said of Neall's appearance at the Hellenic Center fund-raiser McMil- ten left after spending less than 30 minutes at the rally Neall left about the same time not an McMillen said were not invited I think that's the was an invited Neall said. tickets came to my of- and I insisted on paying for them Neall said he was asked to leave by Luis campaign manag er for Team 30 made it very clear to me that Tom felt my presence was an affront to him and he was the kingpin He was very clear about Neall said fresh from a Democratic campaign in Prince George's Coun changed his story several times during the course of the finally saying he was aware that McMillen with Neall's presence But he said he initiated the conversation with Neall and only suggested it was that he stay at the rally McMillen said he had talked about Neall's presence with the other Democrats and that it was con that it was not appropriate for Republicans to attend a Demo- cratic rally The three Democratic candidates for the House pf Delegates Team 30 disagreed Neall is my said Del. John D-Annapolis paid for his ticket When the election is over he will still be my friend a 12-year veteran is well-liked and respected among on Page Col. INDEX Caieadar Ctasslfktd Adi column Cltssvurd latertakemeat forth. Record II C3 8 PeHetBcat Pttt M-M f I 27-21 JTH n METER LIES Feed time ends at despite sign JEFF DAVIS Staff Writer If you park it meter IB AnnspoUs after don't waste your quarters You could fill prey to OM of the city's partial meters wfcfeh are displaying wrong Inform aUoe abort the hours of operation Small cardboard tkfas issUe tbt ms- Ian testrect to pay tor partiag every day until p m Bvt that's not the MM HM Cfty Council passed an ordinance in June that ended fret parting on Weekday and Saturday parking boon were but tbt rate wai iocreased from SO cents and hour to 50 an hour The actual of operation are I a.m to I p Mortar through Saturday sad mm to I n OB Sundays Motorists get a tmk TfeBkSfMBt Christmas aad Mew Day to the are M 3 A M. to y P M. Daily I Noon to P P.M. Sunday Except Thanksgiving and New Year B DQY METER 18 merited with Incorrect times unsuspecting could prey to the greedy Cpl William R city police the city ordered the signs before the council voted to add Sunday hours Two retired police hired ear Her this year to mateUto the and coUtct Installed the new inner of the begtaatag IB July The project wat completed early Utis Metallic wrtli the correct of operation have been ordered and the will probably affix them during their collection Powell -What about the motorist who the tlgn. coini after 6pm and later he didn't to the money' The department U taking a hard line we going write them a refund' Powell Bvt the department matt likely not issue after 6pm he someone gets a HtUe exuberant in Page Coi Abortions scrutinized at clinic By SCOTT LAL'TEVSCHLAGER Staff Writer Planned Parenthood of Maryland investigating why an unusual complication a punctured uterus recently occurred in two women who were undergoing abortions at its Annapolis clink Both who were not Identified were trimported by ambulance to Anne Arundel General where they underwent corrective surgery. One cast Involved fetus estimated to be 24 or 19 old Planned Parenthood s rule of performing abortions only up to the 14th week are investigating It said Lee Potner director of patient for Planned Parenthood The inquiry being conducted by the orgamration's own is quetttomng whether the could have been the said The two cam involved major rompbca Uotw of abortion Dr Joseph chief of aod gynecotogy at AAGH attoe the WM MBfirmed tat both iasUBtet because abdomiaal surgery had to he done the were ultimately i m both cnet. Moser A spokeswoman for AAGH M Pagers.   

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