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Capital, The (Newspaper) - June 6, 1995, Annapolis, Maryland Simpson 2 more jurors TOP WOMEN TWIN pays tribute to women progressing in industry Bl Tomorrow's dinner will honor 28 county females. Johnson blanks 2-0 Dl Oh on HTS HOWELL MICROFILMS PO BOX 155S LAUREL xMD SUNNY TUESDAY JUNE MD 35C Bosnia-Herzegovina Boshv iaii Serbs today .gathered personnel in preparation for another release of peacekeepers captive after NATO sources in this Serbian rebel stronghold said. The sources .unspecified of the 250 or so peacekeeper's NATO warplanes bombed Bosnian Serb bunkers nearly two weeks may be freed today. Serbia's Slobodan Milose- said yesterday that the release of the captive peacekeepers was immi- three years ago to punish for inciting war Bosnia. Mr. Milosevic officially severed ties with the Bosnian Serbs in August. But with Bosnian Serbs.re-11 mains'strong. Carolos the Greek foreign Greece's defense arrived on a surprise mediation mission yesterday and said they would continue talks with Mr. Milosevic today. Sixty-three French peacekeepers re- leased last week returned to their units Photos-by John For.The Capital A police K-9 part of a bomb squad from Baltimore made up part of the law enforcement team that surrounded a Unthlcum motel yesterday after a man barricaded himself Inside with a bomb. Man still barricaded in Motel 6 He may be holding a police wait in Lirrthiciuii The sources said the group was expected to'leave a resort outside Sarajevo where the rebel leadership is and arrive in Mali later Bosnian Serb leader Radovan Kar- adzic met yesterday with Greek offi- cials and the chief of security for Mr. who was instrumental in getting 421 U.N. hostages released Fri- Freeing of the hostages would defuse the Bosnian Serbs' standoff with the United Nations and could strengthen Mr.. Milosevic's bid to get sanctions lifted against Serb'led Yugo- slavia. The sanctions were imposed Alleged kingpin takes 15 years By BRIAN WHEELER Staff Writer On the eve of his second trial on drug kingpin James Em- ory pleaded guilty yesterday to two drug-related crimes and was sentenced to 15 years in prison. The last-minute pleas before Circuit Court Judge H. Chester Goudy Jr. quietly ended a legal dogfight that began 2W years ago when Emory and his brother were rounded up in one of the largest drug sweeps in county history. With his brother. pleading guilty to five lesser charges recently. James Emory followed suit and avoided 20-year prison term without parole if convicted of being a drug kingpin. he admitted to importing marijuana and possessing more than 50 pounds of the drug with the intent to distribute. His attorney said the One unit rejoining its company had to run the.gantlet of Serb guns ringing the besieged The Capital. The soldiers drove down a treacher- ous mountain road in white U.N. armored vehicles camouflaged with the headlights turned off and the driver wearing night-vision goggles. Two people were -wounded today by sniper fire in downtown hos- pital-officials saidr Snipers-also-dis-' rupted a funeral in the Bare cemetery in northeastern Sarajevo today for a man killed'in mortar blast. The rites were postponed. Page County police continued the stakeout of Unthfcum Motel 6 this negotiating with the man. ByERINCOLOMB and LIAM McGRATH Staff Writers A man believed to be armed with a bomb remained barricaded in a Linthi- motel jjiis than 24 closing off local traffic and shutting some businesses. .County police said they don't know if the 45-year-old whom they have not has slept or eaten siiice the standoff began. what we're banking we hope he's in pretty bad shape and he might give said Officer Randy county police spokesman. later nWIgding thirsty or Police negotiators been unable to get the to use the phone in his room in Motel 6 at 5179 Raynor a. portable phone placed outside his door or respond to calls through a Officer Bell said. know he's he's ranting and but he still refuses to communicate with AtklSsbnTa county police spokesman. Police have only seen the man as he has occasionally lifted the .window blinds to peek at police. In addition to 30 county police offi- including all three Special Opera- tions Section county fire- the state fire marshal and agents from the federal Bureau of Tobacco.and Firearms and FBI were on the scene. Police were totaling officers at the site to keep them from and some officers were taking breaks in vacant Page 50-year-oIo couTdbe eligible for parole in as little as 28 months. represents Mr. Emory acknowl- edging his responsibility for what he's done and him standing up to the said Clarke F. his attorney. Prosecutors said they agreed to the plea agreement instead of following through with another lengthy drug kingpin set to start partly due to the health of a key witness whose testimony helped convict the L9S3. ___ That a jury found both men but an appellate court over- turned the verdict State's Attorney Frank R. Weathers- bee said Lawrence who said he brew the Emorys since the would not be able to testify because of several heart including tri- ple bypass surgery this year. second trial is always more but that's more the case here because Leiben is so he had to evaluate the case in light of the that we Page never Davidsonville nudist celebrates her 90th birthday By MICHAELCODY South County Staff Writer Inni Spieker's nonagenarian neighbor pulls weeds and trims the grass long after dark in the nude. But that's with her. She's a and Frieda Schneider has a lovely garden. natural way of said Mrs. of Davidsonville. what it is the Members of the Maryland Health a south county nudist club on 100 acres near the Patuxent helped Mrs. Schneider celebrate her 90th birthday last weekend. She'll celebrate again next weekend with her family. Until she'll do as she normally entertain friends in her home of several lived in at the camp stretch daily on her back porch and read. She doesn't and touched alcohol only and then only to settle her stomach. She drinks lots of for strong bones. At as temperatures drop to sometimes turns on her floodlight and ventures onto the lawn. But she rarely strolls across the road to the pool. don't see me going up in the nude anymore. I would be because my body is 90 years she said. Mrs. a retired massage therapist was first invited to the society's club by her chiropractor. nudist she remembers nearly 30 years ago. can't take me out But she and was impressed by the mid members. She soon asked a cabin-owner for permission to visit and then bought the cabin next door. said to 1 could make something of she recalled. Life is cahn and fulfilling for Mrs. Schneider now. But it wasn't always so. She was born into a middle-class Bavarian family on May Her Ulrich was a building contractor. Her was a boBKsaaker who her father's 1ft OA HlrAA rflSOo aCfWtoMlvff HK0v TO Society nudtot dub hi I Caprtaf behind her at the Maryland Health in World War I but was sent tribe after six weeks. It was after the war that young Frieda saw first-band the result of armed conflict communist were battling the conservative One a short walk from her the whites shot a red fighter dead. hod no tasteess hiding behind a just recruited. They didn't know what it was all At 1J Frieda was enrolled in a convent school in Tutting. On she went to Berlin to work for relatives who owned a film company. it went bankrupt and at Frieda emigrated to New York. An uncle found her a Job tending children and tor the 0te Aft San Diego trip costs By MARY ELLEN LLOYD Staff Writer The parent corporation of Anne Arundel Medical Center spent to send 23 board and staff members to San Diego this spring for a conference on how to organize community efforts to improve residents' health. AAMC officials said sending the voluntary board mem- physicians and key staffers to the Commun- ities in April was an investment in the commun- ity's future health. The board and staff will lead the nonprofit Anne Arundel Health System's efforts to shift its focus from developing hospital services for the acutely ill to keeping residents officials said. goal is to have hospitals link up with traditional and nontraditional organizations to improve the health of their greater said Lisa AAMC vice presi- dent for development and community affairs. The AAMC Board ef Trustees late last year revised the health system's mission statement to make improving the The county departments of Health and Aging also spent in public funds to send Health Officer Frances Phillips and Aging Director Carol R Baker to the conference Rounding out the county contingent North Arundel Hospital sent three staff members at a total cost of The conference was sponsored by the Healthcare a Page 4 Anjndel Report Calendar Club Notes Comics Crossword INSIDE Cl Edrtonals........ tunny...v.. 83 Movies C2 Obrtuaries 06 Polite 66 Sevema Panv W Scots C7 Television 06 Tides Classified Circulation A6 D5 A7 A7 B5 Dl-4 05 A7 268-7000
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