Annapolis Capital, July 7, 1995

Annapolis Capital

July 07, 1995

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Capital, The (Newspaper) - July 7, 1995, Annapolis, Maryland Sightseeing by air or sea SEE ENTERTAINMENT TAB SQUEAKER Orioles near deal for Erickson Dl On Blub vs. White 8p.m. on Tourists invited to the alleys Cl Local Marine assists rescue I M Capital TOMORROW SUNNY DETAILS PAGt All FRIDAY JULY 7. MD 35C A cool way to beat heat As mercury relief is hard to find By THERESA WINSLOW Stafl Writer Ardath Powell of Annapolis had a novel way to get a little relief from the heat yesterday She and her two grandchildren went for a old- fashioned buggy nde The trio traveled around the parking lot of the Annapolis Harbour Center on a buggy pulled by a 12 year-old and driven by AmosE Beiler It was part of the annual Tyme celebration at the Pennsylvania Dutch Farmers Market just outside Annapolis Taking a buggy ride on a hot day may not be the best way to keep but it beats walking a nice breeze as the horse goes along' Ms Powell flanked by her smiling and Raymond 7 And they needed it as the mercury climbed to 89 degrees and daytime humidity hovered around 70 percent That made the heat index a combination of temperature and- humidity designed to indicate how it really feels outside measure between 90 and 105 said Dick a National Weather Service fcracattar at Baltimore-Washington International Airport The mix also set the stage for an atrly evening thunderstorm that caused Baltimore Gas and Electric Co customers to lose company spokesman Peggy Mulloy said Baltimore and Carroll counties were hit hardest with customers experiencing power outages Only residents lost power in Anne Arundel and they were restored to service before midnight At the only 0 2 inches of ram and high were measured at 17 mph Other parts of the state had more ram and stronger including an unconfirmed report of a small tornado in Howard County The ram brought the month's total By George N Lundskow The Capital Krtttlna of a turn at the rehit yesterday on a trip around the parking tot of Annapolis Harbour Center. Behind KrUtma Amos E. Beiler of Lancaster who owns the buggy. Krlstlna's Michelle to seated at white B. J. Cogar of Bowie rides hi the back. The rides were part of the Tyme celebration at the Pennsylvania Dutch Farmers Market. to 218 inches The average for the entire month is 3 61 inches The sticky scenario will repeat itself with temperatures again in the upper 80s and lots of humidity. There is also a 40 percent chance of rain and but the air qualify isn't expected to as bad as it was for several days last month The state Department of the Environment has issued a code yellow ozone indicating moderate air quality A code red is the most severe and denotes Page Papal visit time for all to celebrate ASSOCIATED PRESS BALTIMORE There are more than Catholics in but Pope John Paul II's Oct 8 visit to Baltimore will present an opportunity for people of all faiths to celebrate is an opportunity to celebrate the things in this community that unite rather than dwell on the things that divide Mayor Kurt Schmoke said yesterday. If all goes as the pope will squeeze in Mass for a parade alongside Maryland stu dents and an mterfaith prayer service with dozens of religious and civic leaders in just 10 hours Gov Parris Glendenmg said he and Lt Governor Kathleen Kennedy Town both are very excited about the visit is also an opportunity for Balti more to Mr Glendenmg said want Pope John Paul to leave thinking Baltimore is one of the great cities of the State business development officials anticipate the papal visit will generate million m revenue as thousands come to see the pope The pope will visit Baltimore nearly a year after a hip injury forced him to cancel a planned four day trip to the United States He will arnve in N on Oct 4 He will deliver an address to the United Nations and celebrate Masses at Giants Stadium in East N at Aqueduct Raceway in Queens and on the Great Lawn of Central Park before coming to Baltimore The pope will arrive at Baltimore Washington International Airport shortly before 10 am Oct 8 He'll deliver a morning Mass at Oriole Park at Camden Yards then take part in a parade through downtown Baltimore Tickets for the Mass will be distrib uted to dioceses in Washing and Pa Cardinal William H Keeler said Funding for the pope's visit is ex pected to come from donations the Rev Keeler said POPE'S SCHEDULE Pope John Paul II will be waving to area's faithful In October. The schedule for the visit to Baltimore on Oct. 8 by Pope John Paul II includes 9 50 a m Arrives at Baltimore-Washington International Airport 10 15 a m Tour by Popemobile inside Oriole Park ax Camden Baltimore. 10-45a.m -Celebrates delivers homily and recites prayer at Oriole Park 130pm by Popemobile to Cardinal William Keeler's residence tn Baltimore with accompanying parade Visits Basilica of the Assumption in Baltimore and meets with leadership of Catholic Relief Services 5 45 p m Visits Cathedral of Mary Our Queen in Baltimore and delivers brief address 6 25 p.m Arrives at St. Mary's Seminary and from there travels to BWI 7 30 p m. Airport departure delivers address 8pm Departs for Rome. Community 'No fun at but a lot better than jail By BRIAN WHEELER Staff Writer He spent several days working at the Goodwill store in Annapolis last sum- mer He's not sure exactly how many hours he put in stocklHg but it was more than he cared to remember was no no fun at he said dismissively Still it was better than he admitted As someone who was caught driving while he was afraid he'd be put behind bars as someone who hadn't broken the law he had no desire to do it again when s judge sentenced him to perform community it wasn t the ideal but It was bettef than the alternatives not like I want to get caught breaking the be speaking on condition of anonymity yeah I guess it was a In the Anne Arundel County s the story is much the same With less-serious crimes or ones for which jail can seem too harsh a punish- many judges have embraced community service as a middle ground between jail and probation Court ordered service has emerged as perhaps the most popular way to send a message to first time criminals and a largely effective one they say 'We're hoping that this will fire a shot across their bow' said District Court Judge Vincent A Mullen who hands down the punishment fre uertciy hoping that this will stop them from coming back' More than people performed the court-ordered work last year But Page INSIDE Unemployment drops Fed Classified cuts key interest rate A2 4 33 Annapolis Arundel Report Calendar Classified Club Notes Comics Crossword Death Notices Cl Editorials Bl lottery EM Obituaries C4 Police Beat B4 Sports C3 Television Cll Tides C12 Weddings A10 A4 All All 014 B3 All C2 Circulation From Kent All other departments 268-7000 2684800 327-1583 268-5000 Indian settlement uncovered in dig fishing camp found near the Rhode River By MICHAEL CODY South County Staff Writer An Indian meat and seafood pack- ing wfth markets in parts has been uncovered near the Rhode River Mounds of oyster shells plus bones pottery and stone tools from a month long dig in Edgewater suggest a fishing and hunting camp occupied migrant Indians to 1500 years ago But archaeologists may never learn to what group the local hunter gatherers belonged You tell me said James G a consulting archaeologist from An napolis Chances are the people didn't live there year round anyway Paid and volunteer archaeologists directed by Mr Gibb logged hundreds of hours on Smithsonian Environ mental Research Center grounds in June Mr Gibb who holds a doctorate from Binghamton Imversity is head ing into the laboratory with the findings this month We do some verv old fashioned things he said We glue pot shards together Mr Gibb and Smithsonian staff also will study pollen samples bits of By George N Lundskow The Capital Carolyn sHU earth from an archaeological dig at the SmKhwnlan Environmental Research Center In near the Rhode River. From Matthew Derrise Jim Gibb and Tara Gibb work In the background. The team It collecting evidence of a summer settlement by Pltcataway to ago. burned organic material found in soil and evidence of parasites on oysters Aided by computers they II try to determine w hat plants predate colom zation by Europeans in 1640 and whether Indians mav havf over whelmed their Chesapedke fish ery and woods nearbv If we find they were hunting younger and younger deer that s not good Mr Gibb said Worn out tools made of Rhvolite a volcanic rock found in what is today Western Maryland Pennsylvania and Virginia have been brought here by migration or trade from 100 to 800 Page ;

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