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Capital, The (Newspaper) - April 2, 1995, Annapolis, Maryland IT'S ONLY High household income doesn't mean everyone's rolling in dough I BUSINESS 48-page home garden HOWELL MICROFILMS PO BOX 1558 LAUREL MD 20707 ON TV The NCAA Arkansas vs. UCLA p.m. tomorrow on channels 13 FINAL Two Arkansas cuts down UCLA ousts Okla. St. Local lawn wars heat APRIL Batter Owners may decide date today ASSOCIATED PRESS NEW YORK Sparky Anderson could barely contain his excitement The real players are about to and that means it's time for the Detroit Tigers manager to get back to work. golf is enough he said Opening day was postponed when tonight's replacement game between the New York Mets and Florida Marlins was called off. and regular major leaguers could start arriving at camp tomorrow if there isn't a lockout. There appeared to be little chance owners will vote for a lockout when they meet today in Chicago. Baseball officials said it had become apparent that hard-line owners couldn't obtain the necessary 21 votes needed to start a lockout and continue the work stoppage that began Aug. 12. guess is we're not going to lock New York Yankees owner George Steinbrenner said during CBS' national broadcast of the NCAA Final Four. we'll get this mess The season opener in Miami was postponed at approximately 6 yesterday after a meeting jnvolving representatives for players and owners. Today's exhibition the final seven of replacement spring were canceled. A decision on the nine regular-season games scheduled for tomorrow will be made during the owners' meeting. just told our replacement players that we will let them know at 6 o'clock Philadelphia Phillies owner Bill Giles said set up a meeting and will tell them go or no go Regulars would have just three weeks of workouts under the schedule being the same as in 1990 The prevailing feeling was that opening day would be pushed back to April 23 or 24. This marks the third time opening day was pushed back by a work stoppage. A strike is 1972 delayed it from April 1 to April 15. and a lockout in 1990 pushed it back from April 2 to April 9 When Mr Anderson left the team in Febru- the Tigers did not guarantee he would have a job when the regulars returned. he's heading to Lakeland. to get ready. probably go tomorrow night or Mon- he said from his home in Thousand Calif would say there's going to be some guys who will be three weens into the season before they get their he said. guys will have it from the first pop After 71' weeks of spring it ap- peared the replacement players would never take the field for a regular-season game eating my last meal chicken am said Craig a replacement short stop with the Seattle Mariners. knev something was happening when Loi Pmiella left the bench in the fifth The Pirates' replacements were about board a bus to the airport for a flight tc but the team canceled today's Page Baseball's replacements ready to tx replaced. Cl Orioles owner takes quiet approach to developments. Cl POUCCLMiOlluTCtlOtt POUCtiMMMOTCBOtt MUCC HE DO JOT CMSt POUBE IK10 HOT CMU POUCt UK PO MOT CftOtt POUCi UMt DO MOT In the line of duty ByOawdW Troao The CafMtal County police Officer Michael Calvert tootw over a bag of marijuana he Mixed during a recent patrol. Traffic ttope often yield arrests for EDITOR'S NOTfc To find out what happens during one day in the war on crime in Anne Arundel County and Staff Writers P.J Christopher Munsey. Brad Peniston and Brian Wheeler took to the streets. From midnight Monday to midnight they watched and talked to crime judges and defense attorneys What emerged was a look at a on society's dark side. Being a police officer lots of on foot or by car and even by bicycle. Annapolis Police Department Offlcar Cynthia Howard walked a beat along the Clay Street area Tuetday as part of her shirt. By Bob Gilbert The Capital Mundane to murder for county officers By P.J. SHUEY Staff Writer was the young man in the Jeep Cherokee doing in a Riva Road car lot at 12-15 checkin' out the selection of used Maybe he really was. And with no crime off he goes But not before county police Officer Richard Hicks gets a description for future reference remember the you remember the face As the Jeep left the he tell 'I'm out here every night I know you. and will know And March began with a not-too-subtle warning in the Southern District. it was the start of a typical day for the Anne Arundel County Police Department 16 break- 24 44 six auto one and no rapes or according to Officer Randy department spokesman But while county police the county's front line of crime along with the Annapolis Police Department and Maryland State Police intense scrutiny during and after spectacular more or is what they face every day In the west end of the county on this two murders earlier this year remain a top priority. One victim was an employee at a Laurel telephone and the other was a 16-year-old girl in Crofton Neither crime has been despite a broad search for suspects and witnesses In the Southern just two nights two people were killed and a third critically injured in a flaming car crash on Route 258 In the county's Criminal Parti of a three-part series on crime in the community The A typical day in the war on crime Is long hours of gritty work and moments of danger. The For those who become their sense of security will never be the same. The Each hundreds of criminal cases reach the courts and justice usually is served. ___ Investigations detectives learned this week they must re- examine a 1993 Broadneck murder after charges were dropped against two suspects Page Break-ins are typical crime for city police By CHRISTOPHER MUNSEY Staff Writer Officer Elizabeth Beck was curious about the teen-ager arrested in Annapolis before 1 a m a few blocks away from a car with a smashed-out window and missing property The officers who arrested him found a a flashlight and a glass- breaking tool called a center punch when they stopped him at Forest Drive and Cherry Grove Road There was also a piece of dark tinted auto glass in the boy's similar to fragments from the car's broken window They believed that he and his 15-year-old who both live broke into at least one car very late Monday night old are Officer Beck asked the older boy as she took him to the station for the booking process you go to your mom let you stay out this didn't she know you were she asked I didn't want her he replied As the cruiser got closer to the Taylor Avenue the teen-ager's voice was smooth and he didn't seem particularly upset about the experience It was a typical crime in Annapolis and March 28. was a typical day for the Annapolis Police Department Car break-ins claim more victims in Annapolis than almost any other Page Taking lessons to the home Traveling tutor assists students By THEKESA WINSLOW Staff Writer Rosemary Smollon's car isn't just transportation. It's her classroom. Each the 45-year-old Riva resident piles textbooks into her trunk for the journey to her students' homes. Although many are ill and some are all get personalized instruction. Smollon is the county's only full-time instructor in the home and hospital teaching pro- gram. She is joined by about 200 part-time teachers in tutoring of students at least can't regular classes. The' program isn't well- known and hardly makes a dent' in the school system's multimil- lion dollar but it's very much appreciated by the people it helps. Lori Burns is one of them. The 16-year-old Gambrills resident was thinking about dropping out of school before she entered the program be- cause of injuries suffered In a January car accident. Ms. Smollon her twice a week for class on a conch in Lori's living room. think when I go I'll be a better the Arun- del High School junior said. is and she understands you and she helps you a lot. I like it. It's easier one- So far this about 660 students from preschool to age 21 have been served by the program. In the 1993-94 school year. 852 students were and 721 the year before that The state-mandated program costs about a which isn't bad when you con- sider that it handles roughly the same number of students as a big elementary said Page WEATHER 5228 LOW Cloudy today Sunny tomorrow. D2 L_ Did you remember to set your clocks forward one hour before going to bed tart At 2 the U.S. began day- light-saving time. ARUNDFLREPORT PROOREM After being stalled for Gov Parns N Glendenmg's legislative package is finally moving forward as the governor has crafted compromises on smoking and other tough issues Some disagree. Dl LIFESTYLE Like Noah's Ark. the enclosed fields and long muddy pond off Beards Point Road is a refuge for animals doomed to die But the strange menagerie inside the sanctuary compound didn't arrive in twos. Each straggled fractured and ajone. El INDEX Arundel Report Business Books Classified Comics Dl Bl E3 HI Editorials Alfj 11 Lottery Ad Movies E2 A2 1 Obituaries D2 ClaMMed...................278-7000
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