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Capital, The (Newspaper) - November 8, 1986, Annapolis, Maryland SEE PAGES 16.1 Retai Busij Circt HGWb.LL MICROFILMS P 0 BOX 1558 LAUREL no ic Capital Tomorrow's mild For see page 11. VOL. CIcNO. 264 NOVEMBER 25 Cents McMillan's lead cut to 400 GOOD PONT FORGET THE MILITARY Order of the World Wars will sponsor a of the at p.m. tomorrow in the Naval Academy Chapel. The public is invited. HOME OF THE WEEK THE RESTORATION of the Robert Johnson House mixes elegance with historic preser- vation. Page 19. ENTERTAINMENT THE ANNAPOLIS Brass Quintet opens its Artists Series tomorrow. Page 21. STATE A UNIVERSITY of Mary- land drug task force yesterday proposed a comprehensive drug abuse program. Page 4. FREED HOSTAGE David Jacobsen warned that specula- tion over U.S. dealings to free remaining hostages in Lebanon could cause their death. Page 2. SPORTS NAVY TRIES to halt a four- game losing streak today at where the Mids suf- fered their last shutout two years ago. Page 13. PEOPLE A CONGRATULATORY gift to Sen.-elect Tom Daschle was a little beefier than most. Ac- tress Jane Fonda sent 50 of steak to the Democrat's Sioux con- gressional headquar- ters Wednes- Here is a lit- tle meat on a meaty said an accompanying note signed by Fonda. tions on your campaign victo- Daschle's Republi- can Sen. Jim had made the actress a campaign issue. His ads criticized Daschle for inviting Fonda to a hearing to speak about the farm saying the ac- tress had spoken against eat- ing red an important South Dakota export. Daschle aides who winced when Fonda was mentioned during the campaign smiled about the gift Thursday. just hope it's South Dako- ta campaign manager Paul Johnson said It was For i look at other people in the see page 3. LOTTERY Numbers drawn Three-digit 812. Pick 4 1H4 INDEX 4 48 pages. Business Newt 6 Classified Ads 2547 Crossword.................45 Editorials................18 Entertainment........ .21 ftemes ...................It Movie listings ...............5 OWUuries 11 Police Beat 11 Religion 7 Sports l.VK StoekMstiags 22 TetevtttM Hstings By PAT RIVIERE Staff Writer Democrat Tom McMillen's lead over Republican Robert Neall nar- rowed to 400 votes yesterday after Anne Arundel County election offi- cials discovered additional mistakes that gave Neall 112 more votes. McMillen was leading Neall in the race for the 4th Congressional Dis- trict seat by votes in unoffcial tallies after Tuesday's election. But an error in Prince George's County votes and absentee ballot counts in Anne Arundel and Howard counties have closed that gap in the last two days. As of yesterday McMil- len had votes to Neall's according to Anne Arundel County election officials. All votes are unofficial and will not be certified until next week. Prince George's County election officials will be counting at least 591 absentee ballots Monday and Anne Arundel County voting machines will be checked Thursday. Other ballots still to be counted are absentee ballots yet to be re- turned from overseas. Those ballots are due in election offices by 4 p.m. Nov. 14. In Anne Arundel County that could mean as many as 145 additional votes. Figures from Prince George's and Howard coun- ties were not available. The congressional district includes all of Anne Arundel a small slice of Howard and 33 precincts in Prince George's County around Up- per Marlboro. who trounced Neall by an almost 3-to-l margin in Prince George's had said Thursday he expected the absentee ballots in that county would us over the But that was before more errors in Neall's favor were discovered in Anne Arundel. Neither McMillen nor his cam- paign director could be reached for comment on the most recent vote count. very said Laura spokeswoman for Neall. yor set to within 400 so much can happen. We have nowhere to go but Ms. Green said yesterday that the Neall campaign decided to continue renting its Severna Park headquar- ters for another two weeks. The largest error discovered yes- terday was in the addition of Neall's votes in the Herald Harbor according to Betty head of the Anne Arundel County Board of Elec- tion Supervisors. The initial figures gave Neall 306 but when the addition was Neall's tal- ly was 406 votes. Minor errors in four other pre- on Page Col. Vision guest dog lend liding hand By FRANCESJAQUES tht struts tff you're wirly U Aan legally came to dread ths Outdoors. and buses were the the Aanapoiii resident many near misses with trfcffic ffiat want to leave the bouse. day when waBtiog down West I noticed man being led by into the Cemmunity Action next visit with Dr. flrutfeer Dr E. an Aqnipofii ointal- I aaked him what hi thought gettteg a t encouragement gJvea. by Wr Moc- Wtlliaras with Robert Paxsoa of tftir tClub. Paxson was able to set in motion for her to attend Dogs for the Blind school He Anuapohs club contributes f a jfear to the located in Helping the blind is the pbilaa- of Lions Clcbs througbont Low-cost record to aid AAGH By SCOTT LAUTENSCHLAGER Staff Writer Anne Arundel General Hospital is assured of an important rate increase because a recent study shows that it continues to be one of the lowest-cost hospitals in the state. AAGH has the sixth-lowest cost per admission among the 52 hospitals according to the annual report released Wednesday by the state. North Arundel Hospital also compared posting the 17th lowest average cost. An important factor in costs is how long patients stay in the and AAGH ranked well in that category too. It had the 17th shortest average length of according to the study. North Arundel had the 16th longest average length of stay. was just extremely Delany AAGH assistant administrator for fi- said7 after seeing the study. shined just as brightly as we ever if not He credited everyone who works at the hospi- from the doctors to the nurses to the support for holding down costs. starts at the top. You set a Fawkes said. don't spend money in unreasonable The report shows that AAGH is one of the most efficient hospitals in said John Col- deputy director of the Health Services Cost Review which conducted the The HSCRC uses the study to identify ineffi- cient to which financial disincentives are applied to bring about improvements. The hospitals with the 10 highest average costs will have to forego inflation adjustments to their rates or negotiate a lower-than-normal Colmers said. Because of their neither AAGH nor North Arundel will be subject to these provisions. The inflation which have averaged about 4 percent in recent are important because they translate into substantial amounts of on Page Col. DATE RAPE Experts say crime often goes unreported By JEFF DAVIS Staff Writer The -22-year-old woman was thrilled when he asked her on a date. A good looking guy set his sights on her and would stop by the Glen Burnie sub shop where she worked for small talk. He inflated ber ego. One time be asked ber out for a drink But when the date was over Mr Nice Guy turned into a crated madman after driving ber back to the parking lot to pick op ber car. said bis eyes bad a complete stare. He turned like Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde and brataily raped said Detective Bonnie L WeUh of the county poike department The man bad foelttf bis victim He bad been arrested for rape served time aad was released He was caagfct and locked op again. Experts bettett percent of sexual abate occm bttmmu people who know eadb otter. Known as date rape or acquaintance it happens more frequently than it is reported The results are serious. a separate violation because you know the said Karen Goldman executive director of the county Sexual Offense Crisis Center. Ms Lyon and Mrs. Welsh discussed the problem of date rape recently at an Anne Arundel Community sym- posium sponsored by the college Health and Women's Center. Date rape can occur daring a picnic on your first at wild frtt when fou're out srttb boyfriend or even between ooopfe engaged to be married Frederic in hook to Sty No to a Rapist and a disproportion ate number of rapes occur on dates The I in the very nature of wfcidi is a complex social between a man and a woman feftverned by a combination of their the environment and the prevailing morali- ty has strong sexual and nothing with strong sexual overtones is ever Storaska wrote motivation of rape is power. anger and sometimes said Ms. Lyon Sex is not the said. The rapist wants to build hk sett-esteem by humiliating and degrading victim. Stereotypes and jack of communica lion usually lead to a date rape situa- experts say. The nan acts wit the stereotype that be is dominant and sexually powerful and He may be- bere that since he paid for the movie. dinner or drinks be b entitled to some- thing in return To reject the the men most It is never OK to force yourself on 01 Page Col. 1
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