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Capital, The (Newspaper) - June 2, 1995, Annapolis, Maryland Academy weddings unfold Bl HOSTAGES X Serbs reportedly to release 377 UN peacekeepers A2 action on live TV. Gibbs drafted by the Dodgers Dl O's return home to face A's HDWELL MICROFILMS PO BOX 1558 LAUREL MD 20707 TOMORROW- STEAMY DETAILS PAGE A9 I FRIDAY JUNE MD 35C U.S. fighter jet down iii Bosnia ASSOCIATED PRESS Italy An American F-16 fighter jet went down tpday in Bosnia A U N source m Bosnia said the aircraft was shot down over the Serb stronghold of Banja Luka _ In the Pentagon said the JP-16 jet was flying for NATO and that a search and rescue operation was under way. It wasn't clear whether the plane had one or two crew members on board Nor was it clear whether the plane had been shot or crashed because of some mechanical NATO said a U N source in Bosnia said the plane had been shot down today by Bosnian Serbs The U N source who spoke on condition of said the plane went down over Banja about 90 miles north of the Bosnian The Capital of Sarajevo There immediate confirmation of that Capt Jim a NATO spokesman in refused to release any other information citing nature of the event NATO planes patrol the skies over Bos enforcing the United Nations' fly in connection with the which began in April NATO officials reported this week that missiles were Fired at a Dutch plane on Wednesday and a Trench plane yesterday Both missed No cash refunds until YMCA pays off debts By MARK DAVENPORT Staff Writer The county's defunct YMCA will have to settle- more than in debts before members or program participants get refunds for canceled officials said yesterday Dunng'a two hour meeting with sometimes supportive officials said the top priority is paying off owed to businesses that extended the YMCA substan- tial lines of credit over the years Board Chairman Gary Paul told about 100 people packed mto the Y s Baltimore Annapolis Boulevard building that some of the debts were from the late 1980s But that didn t satisfy some of the audience notably Darlene who gave the organization a check for a swimming class and membership just befoie it closed two weeks ago 'To you acted fn bad she said took my money knowing full those doors were clos _ _ Boss' comments drew a hearty applause from many audience mem several of whom PAUL shouted their own de mands for refunds Mr Paul told the crowd that stopped accepting money from customers the afternoon of May the day officials learned the organi zation was doomed The YMCA of Central Maryland told local officials they couldn t offer a bailout ending months of negotiations Before the talks broke had absolutely no indication that we were not going to be Mr Paul said He did offer good news to Larry who complained that he paid up front for his kids'summer Mr Phelps was told thfe Cential Maryland YMCA in has picked up summer camp programs the county V was offering at Sandy Point Park Coordinator Mike Strawbndge said the Cen tral Y is fully funding and insuring the programs to continue as he had planned them for thrcounry Y He's still the camps at 9873817 Anyone who paid the local YMCA for the camp will be allowed to Page the finish line Broadneck track stars win relay but lose race to graduation By BRADLEY StaffWriter Four Broadneck High School students won the 400-meter relay at the state track meet but they couldn't beat the clock as they raced back to graduation ceremonies that night school officials forgot to mention their names as part of the graduating class But the boys forgave the oversight when they received their diplomas in a tiny but dignified ceremony before a handful of parents in the school auditorium Broadneck Principal Linda Blackman said school officials knew the track team members would be rushing back from but when they didn't show officials forgot to announce their names 'The kids were halfway out the when one of the assistant principals 'Oh the track Ms Blackman said really sorry that we didn't do it Moments after clinching the boys 3A state track team title for Broadneck with their relay victory at Western Maryland College in teammates Corey Ross Sasan Jason Smith and Jeffrey Pugh piled into a car driven by Jason s Howard and lit out for graduation Their race had been the last of the day and had been delayed by the rerunning of a girls' race Graduation was being held in the field house at the University of Maryland Baltimore County in more than 30 miles away a radar gun was out there 1 wouldn't have my driver's license today Mr Smith said They omvod-ot the campus find By Bob Gilbert The Capital Jason Smith gets his diploma from Broadneck High School Principal Unda BlacJXman as assistant principal Cindy McNamara looks on. He was among four seniors who missed graduation Saturday while winning a state track title. They received their diplomas yesterday In a tiny ceremony In the school auditorium. they said was finding out that school officials didn't even mention their names as part of the graduating class I had people ask me Did you said an alternate team member His mother Dixie Pugh waited in her seat through the entire Ceremony to hear her son s name She met him outside after the ceremony -----My son M td Did our names' I said no and there was just silence she said Yesterday morning the boys and thetr parents gathered at the high school for a formal presentation of diplomas A boom box played Pomp and Circumstance as the four marched into the nearly empft auditorium wearing their purple graduation caps and gowns On stage Ms Blackman stood at the podium between a pair of potted plants She notedthat thebovs had thp-nffinal ahilp__ said As Assistant Principal Cmdv McNamara-read the boys names the four filed onto the stage shook Ms Blackman s hand and returned to their seats to flip their tassels to the otherside of their mortarboards To the boys and their families the impromptu ceremony felt like a real graduation Sasan s mother Caroline Sattari even shed a tear Jason said. SHA prc widening Rt. 2 By MICHAEL CODY South County StaffWriter Reconstruction of Route 2 through Edgewater might result in a five lane undivided road or a divided highway of four to six lanes according to a lecent State Highway Admin The 108 mile segment links Mayo Road Pike Ridge Road and Route 214 to just south of the South River Bndge Improvements would cost million to million aicoidiiiR In the re port The north end of the segment near Mayo Road earned 40000 vehicles daih in 1992 From Deale to Woodland Beach south countv H side-Tits Mrtam atioss the hndRp toward IMmle Route iO and Interstate 97 Congestion is d problem during rush hours and ai miririav VPI the traffic count is projected to in rrease to at least 60 500 vehicles dnh within 20 years Another fi TOO pei will he added if developers huilri South River Colony a residential ind com mercial rommunitv near Routi Route I south of Tike Ridge Roid latuh has been to i divided four lane niRrmav South River Co lonvs developer The Route 2U inter section also has hn n upended with extra turn lanes Route 2 carries about 21 OOfl ve lucles daily neai Route About in 000 vehicles are projected there as South River folonv is huilt Lpgradmg the lOSmilf stgrnent would prmide rontimntv with other arrnrdine to the SHA report It also would increase motor ists safetv with disruption to propertv owners At rtiost one business would be displaced Nine to 12 businesses and four homes would be affected ron Southern DIMriets HMdauvura Caplal graphic Proposals include Making no improvements to the segment either than those that occur during routine maintenance Providing iwo lanes in each direc tion separated a single turn lone at a cosi of Sfl4 million Building a four lane divided road with a 16foot curbed median The median would have openings ai ttnre house Creek Lane Mavo Road South Road anei Pike Ridge Road as well as between Warehouse Creek I and Mavo Road inri north of Pilw Ridge Road F.slimated cost S9 8 mil hem Combining a sixMane undivided sTTTIcTlon Right of wav requirements frnm T 1 acres for the five lane alterna live to 8 1 res tot the six line plan TTf- ttith a four line divided h t-hw. iv -.1 nth to Pike Rirtpe Road it a rovt of S h RT 2 Page their class spilling from the field house doors competing for the school We appreciate their effort she It was nice of them to do this for Page INSIDE Tenants at WooOside Gardens a public houang neighborhood of Forest Drive nave asked federal officials to remove the resident man- ager _ Members of the recently formed Woodside Gardens Resiaems council have sent a petition with 116 signatures 'o the Department of Housing and Urban Development calling for the dismissal of Eva Anderson representative of Dallas- based Alpha Property Management Cl A1IUNOCL Armed with a state Attorney General's opinion that counties must negotiate property tax rates with cities some crty aldermen are claiming that county officials violated the law m settfng the rate crty taxpayers this year Bl Man sues over bogus night in jail pagM EnUrtalniMfrt Annapolis Cl Death Notices C2 Arundel Renort Bl Of Gofl C2 Births A9 Editorials A8 Calendar 62 Lottery A4 Classified Club Notes Comics Crossword Classified Circulation Cd Police Beat A6 Sports C3 Television CIO Tides A9 id B3 A9 268-7000 268-4800 By BRIAN WHEELER Staff Writer When his day started all Eduard wDishraan wanted_ to do was see a baseball game By the time it ended he had been targeted by parking vigi lantes and was sitting in jail A year after his one-day ordeal the Crownsville resident wants the county Police Department and three Linthi cum Heights residents who he said plotted to have him arrested to ante up million Mr Dishman sued in county Circuit Court yesterday claiming that he was the victim of a conspiracy in which the police were duppd into playing along. arrest and imprisonment of the plaintiff was made without warrant or other legal process antf was unlawful and wttnout anyTeasonatjreTir probable cause Edward Dishman says in his It started a year ago today when Mr Dishman parked his car on Koch Road near the North Linthicum light rail station When he returned hours later from an Orioles gamp he discovered No Parking signs that weren t there before a parking nclpt on his windshield he tore down one of signs from a tree and headed to the Northern District police station to fight the ticket White he was there tte police received a phone call resident saying she ten Mr Disrmngi removing the sign Mr Dishman was melted charged me vuth destrounR public property and forred to night in jail But the Mr Dishman alleges is that police later discovered the wprppui ip illpgalh even tualK dropped charges against him TV arrest and imprisonment of the piamtiF was made wrthBBttBMrant or other legal procPSS cmlawful and ailbftt or prob- able Mr Otehmail says in his lav suit Mr Dishman s arrest was pan of a polirp crackdown on near light rail He was of nnw Page
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