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Capital, The (Newspaper) - November 1, 1986, Annapolis, Maryland ReU Busi Clas Circi zttB-5000 'FOR DETAILS AND MORE SEEPAGES 18.' lie Tomorrow's Some sun For see page 13. VOL. Cl NO. 250 NOVEMBER 1986 25 Cents GOOp FORGET Theater ction of the comedy rt Take It With at 8 3 p.m. and Nov. 8 and 9 Route 178 and Road For OF THE WEEK AND Sarah Herster'' found a solution to a JDQajoi1 moving Pur- chase a Jrouse the oaerfdu are because tflfiBttie furniture will fit. Page government. Hopkitts University aafi-afartheid sit-in have the support and calls the protest Page 4. CHURCH envoy reported ffogress ia ei'orts the in hostages there. Commission on Civjt already roqked by calsr is now losing ite- who charged ty that Congress fee agency as a.puaisb- meat for its conservative Page 3. HAVY IS' hoping that a combination can pro- .Vide key to breaking a 22- year losing streak against Dame today. is. PEOPLE AUTHOR Stephen A o has made a Halloween v-rn- of mvitiag ters tato his spooky Vic i home JB a n Maine. v f.1 r front porch we don't an'. to get and his 1 1 it fcthe local '-'3fte author c1- and til iavitati with THIS and the accompanying dish of were among the features of Kathy Greentree's elaborate NO TRICKS Photo by George N Lundskow Halloween haunted house on the deck of her Truxtun Heights home. Extra police patrols help keep holiday revelers out of trouble By JEFF DAVIS Staff Writer They dressed up as police officers and hit the streets of Annapolis last night. But their badges and guns were real. About 15 extra police recruits and student Community Service Officers patrolled the streets of Annapolis to keep an eye on the Halloween madness. And the extra enforcement may have worked. N'ot much happened in the city during the regular trick-or-treating hours of 6 to 8 p.m. County and state police also reported a routine evening. were tons of cops said a woman who dressed up as a beer can and made tile-rounds at downtown bars Officer Dave Fromme is one of the extras called in for Halloween duty. Sitting in the parking lot behind police he checks the the flashing blue and red lights and the spot- light of the unmarked gold cruiser. he pulling out of the parking lot. the windows down I want to hear what's going on Fromme's assignment is tq patrol the Eastport area looking for anything unusual. Fromme eyes trick-or-treaters roaming the. streets with their parents. They're safest in he says. Reflective tape too. The kids were easy to spot about a year ago when just about all of them carried the plastic In addition to checking on the trick-or- treaters. Fromme patrols parks and apartment looking at cars and shining his spotlight on houses and' on Page Col. 3i Major action Officials hail new federal drug measure By SCOTT LAUTENSCHLAGER Staff Writer The cocaine dealer in Annapolis. The addict needing treatment. The impressionable child in the classroom. Local officials are optimistic that the billion- dollar federal drug bill th'at became law this week wiD stretch far enough to affect these people in Anne Arundel County. think the message is clear. There is going to be a lot going on said Eric coordinator pf the county Drug and Alcohol Program. A unique aspect of which President Reagan signed is that it funds all important elements in the fight against drugs treatment and law Avery said. Special Agent Robert spokesman for the Washington Division of the Drug Enforce- ment said he sees much the same message in the bill. There is an emerging realization that law enforcement must be corftplemcntecl by preven- tion and treatment he said. a very well-thought-out O'Leary said. allocations under the bill are weighted heavily toward law enforcement. Enforcement- related provisions received an authorization of billion for the current fiscal according to the Congressional Budget Office. In health-related provisions got an authorization of million for the year. The bill contains lot of things that will rnake our job have said whose agency alone was allocated million. A big chunk of will go toward the purchase of surveillance aircraft and radar systems for the military. Another million is allocated for helping the Coast Customs Service and DEA keep drugs out of the country. The bill also stiffens penalties for drug raising sentences to life in prison under fContinued on Col. Navy hopes to end Notre Dame jinx By JOF GROSS Associate Sports Editor The longest ongoing intersectional rivalry in college football resumes tonight in Baltimore So does one of college football's longest winning and losing streaks Notre Dame has won 22 consecu- tive games over but somehow the Midshipmen still manag-e to muster some optimism as their an- nual contest with the Irish a p proarhes This year it has been more diffi- cult for the Navy team and its followers to be yet head coach Gary says he looking fnrwaW the game The Memorial Stadium meeting of 3-4 Navy and 2-4 Notre Dame has been a sellout nearly 62.W for nearly two weeks Kickoff of tnp 60th renewal nf the r'nv is si a ted fur teams have played in Baltimore The initial meeting there uas in 1927 and the most recent was 195.R i uf Baltimore is tluint ai. .iut fnr this game Decorations biuf and gold both teams' colors one rouics in the and where Memorial Stadi jm is r.as been dubbed 'his -Acf'k This wiii h also both on the streets and in many hotel iftatuding the where the Notre Dame team stayed last night The game wiii 't'1''- vised by Turner Brnadcastmg. Mei Proctor and Paui Hnrnung the air The radio ccnerage witf-be provided for Annapolis fans nn WNAV. with Ted Patterson and .'ark riojd handling the commentary While is in the throes three-game iosmg streak. Notre which leads the is to stop an eight-game road in.Mng streak The Irish have not wnn on road since defeating Miuihern California m the last game of the i98-4 season do not how to VMH the MOM- games Notre Dame Lo'J Hoit- do think A t re though ontinued on Page nl. -11 Chavez tactics may backfire I.ORR MH Staff HrlUr ''rie after her prim Rep Barbara Mikmski a r. Frar. ip Linda er a pisnr.ed to make r.er -i life issje in the senate r arnpsigr. But still fighting to catch n i g consider ids' a reporter after a populous ashirigton r'-'.-.kfast ID Paroie who engage in r fi. r. -._.. ta.-tirs are harming thr Rrpuhlicans' exper holding a six weeks in a contest point ic-ad on the trariiiionauj hiows a movie F.astern Shore vhr ahead .V iifp.ihiican nominee a series of Western Maryland. to the vh Bering attack' that Rcp-.ih.i trailed M-.V in her O-A.-. r r e d i c i w i i 1 backfire According io te-i fo- Ms .-'r statewide to 'or with ii percent undrcirifd Ar.ne W those poiirn chose Ms Mik'.i.ski. pe rhosr Ms v cided The samptr M Dixon Opinion Research shoarri Ms e a. r.s Nr.if. f that iir.gl'. rich pitr arr the ann Rights rr.ijuior. director Dork where s.-.f and interior Donaid boarded raclir.g her p'. r inr.ir.g shofv she the Academy .f the and she r.'' r put 'he ar t '.iberna''- SchaefT h' pos'cr' Ms M' ha' rnakr an issue on Pace 14. i ra.ri SENATF CANDIDATE Linda '-.-k the Interior Donald Hodfcl on a 1our of Harbor yesterday
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