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Capital, The (Newspaper) - July 13, 1995, Annapolis, Maryland Speaking up for abused kids SEE FAMILY LIVING Cl STRETCH O's open second half at home vs. K.C. Dl On Mussina vs. p.m. on Newest NAACP president Bl 4 teens escape Crownsville HOWELL MICROFILMS F'G BOX 155S L AUREL HP THURSDAY VERY HOT JULY MD FORBES CEO DAY 1 out red for CEOs By DAVE GULLIVER Business Writer Asked last night where World War HI would former defense secretary Caspar Weinberger and two Reagan administration security advisers chose an unexpected site. Their the United States. Mr. Weinberger said the civil war in Bosnia is'an example of how world wars begin not the dispute but the precedent of allowing such warlike nations to go unchecked. do nothing to teach an aggressor Serbia the lesson that we taught in the Gulf to he told about 150 people at the Naval Academy's Alumni Hall. could be worse for inducing further The provocative concept was likely the first of many to be floated at the Forbes CEO a conference of some 100 top ByJ..Henson The Capital Richard a former Reagan aide and a fellow at the American Enterprise confers with former defense secretary Caspar W. Weinberger before a panel discussion last night at the Naval Academy's Alumni Hall. The panel discussion was the klckoff of the Forbes CEO a meeting of corporate and political leaders In Annapolis this week. corporate and political leaders continuing in Annapolis through tomorrow. The including executives from General Electric. MCI. Dow Corning Corp. and Scott will attend three days of seminars. Scheduled speakers include Commerce Secretary Rob White House adviser George former White House Chief of Staff John Sununu and former junk-bond king Michael Milken.' From a literal red carpet rolled out at the Naval Academy museum to flower baskets sprinkled across Annapolis was dressed to impress yesterday like the striped corporate kingpins themselves. Helicopters buzzed across the city all FORBES. Page e crane 3 prosecutors to handle case surge By BRIAN WHEELER Faced with .of juvenile the county State's Attorney's an- nounced yesterday that three attorneys to prosecute yourig 6fferideTsv State's Attorney Frank R. Weathersbee said the Juvenile Trial Team is being created to handle a projected record number of juvenile cases this year. see that there's a significant increase in the number of and we want to respond Mr. Weathersbee said. In the most recent tallies -released by county the number of juveniles arrested has continuing a trend that began around 1990. Last police made such a 17 percent jump from 1993. By overall crime reported by county police increased by 4 percent. The total number of juvenile arrests by all agencies similarly from 3.879 to 4.468 arrests in the county. the rate of juvenile crime has increased across the from violent crimes to minor as possession. begifinmg in 1985 when crack the ah increase in violent R. state's attorney- Experts have attributed the rise to such' factors as-an increase in broken the availability .of guns and drug use. But no single overriding cause has emerged. don't know if it's a population increase or but we're seeing a large said Debbie director of the county police's Juvenile Victim-Witness Program. probably beginning in 1985 when crack was introduced the an increase in violent Mr. Weathersbee said. The team will mirror a similar unit that the office folded about 20 years ago. Mr. Weathersbee said. Since one prosecutor has assigned cases to colleagues throughout the office.- Though that approach wasn't a he the new unit should build a familiarity with Page Area's heat wave is here to stay Temps will get even hotter over weekend By THERESA WINSLOW Staff Writer Heat heat today and heat tomorrow. That pretty much sums up. the forecast for this week. Temperatures were expected to soar into the mid- to upper 90s today. And it will get even hotter tomorrow and over the possibly hitting triple digits. a cool or air conditioning or the said Amet Figueroa. a forecaster with the National Weather Ser- vice at Baltimore-Washington Internation- al Airport. looks like we're in for our first real taste of Tha. state Department of the Environ- ment issued a code red warning for unhealthy ozone levels on the heals of one late yesterday the first of the month. And if the forecast more code reds are in store. the this hazy weather and assuming the pollutant levels don't we'll be in for some unhealthy air for the next few said Quentin an MDE spokesman Ozone is an colorless gas that at ground level can cause lung eye breathing coughing By Bob Giibet The Counselor Chris Hewlett nets nettlesome jellyfish at the community beach In Sherwood Forest as Ryan Morris steers the canoe. The youths were clearing swimming lanes for weekly meets on the Severn River. the healthy people working or exercising and those with heart or lung problems are particu- larly at risk. On a typical dav. fifi to TO percent nf the pollutants that cause ozone arp created by lawnmowers and common household products. To prevent high ozone levels from form- residents are urged to get gas for cars after dusk to limit daytime pollution avoid mowing lawns with gasoline-powered and share rides' flT uTTVfr TWWCSr' Ww QCSv maintained cars So three have reported to the emergency room at Anne Anindpl Medical Center in Annapolis suffering from dehy- dration No neat related cases have vet ai North Arumtel Hospital in Glen Bumie. but spokesman Kevin Mumane said HEAT. Page A _ Mercury eHmta over Texas to Dakota. A2 100 from Swimmers By MARY ELLEN LLOYD Staff Writer This week's heat wave may have you thinking about hitting the water But you're also likely to hit sea nettles those stinging Chesapeake Bay jellyfish that are more prevalent in dry summers Lifeguards and others who spend hours on local waterways say thickets of sea fietfles are already annoying swim mers are coming up fn us like even five seconds '1 just got stung tn a jellyfish. said Robin Smith of Anna polis. a lifeguard at Sandy Point State Park year thev didn'f cnmp in until the middle of shp said Spokesmen for Anne Arundel Medical and North ArurnH Hospital said o ish their ernpreer.cv departmrr.is haven't treated anvone jeiivfi-h so far this year In fact. are tvpicallv morp of a nuisance than a cause for medical treatment But North Arunriei spokesman Kevin Murnane is svmpathPiir stine victims HP was stune about vpars ago in the eye the most painful place to be stung. according Jo loads was Sanrtv and I 'J.as there dome rr.v and 1 rame up and I felt this thine on mv fare he said 'You know aha' is and intensp .is .ncipvrihahlp I starred running to gp' 'his eloh off vim and to a-ash the nut nf voor PVP His PVP several fov and r' Jennifer Purcell. a I'nivprMtv of land researcher and jellyfish expert predicted that dry weather this spring would mean an abundance of sea which reproduce better m saltier waters She recommends wearing lightweight protective such as a or spreading a layer of petroleum jelly on bare skin to guard against Mines If you.'re sprinkling meat fpnderizer or bakine soda on a sjine reflucp the she said Difficult breathing or. severe saeliir.g hp a si en nf a severe allergic reaction which pmergpnc'- treatment Rillv ipfld.s a summer camp program for Shenoxxl community. also rpporrpd larep numbers of jellyfish at thp mumtv pier for this time of year Pajfp City raid seizes kilo of cocaine By P..I. SHUEY Staff Writer County police yesterday raided an apartment on one of the most well-known streets of Annapolis' Historic seizing Sii.dOO worth of cocaine along with materials used to manufacture crack. Defectives from ihe Narcotics Section and otl'icers from the Special Operations Section served a search and seizure warrant for a second-floor apartment at Prince George St at p m finding one occupant and 1 or about 2.2 of powdered cocaine Carolyn R. Henry. of that was charged with cocaine possession with intent to distribute. The cocaine was found m a package in the kitchen No weapons were louncl in Ihe although drug paraphernalia and rooking materials used to make crack were found in the kitchen alonu wilh cocaine No one else found in the home The raid and arrest followed an investigation narcotics said I.I Michael Ireland. Narcotics Section com mander The search warrant i--tied loiinlv police received information from authorities Prince George's rountv police were notified of the hut were noi involved AS routine 111 narcotic- i aso vest Ballon is i l.t Ireland He declined v pnAide further aboiii 'hi- i a-e .Ms bcr.cl V1-.' IT id bond of 'hi- sear para 'ert in the COCA INK. Page INSIDE 4 44 M .if
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