Annapolis Capital, November 3, 1995

Annapolis Capital

November 03, 1995

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Capital, The (Newspaper) - November 3, 1995, Annapolis, Maryland Cemetery wall on the road to NAIL-BH Virginia shocks Ra. head to Raleigh Dl iMtfMp upmdiNo.2 33-28. Jazz Fest on tap in West River SEE ENTERTAINMENT PAGE All FRIDAY NOVEMBER MD MIRIAM WOLFE killed In 1988 Pan Am explosion. Lockerbie memorial dedicated By BRADLEY PENISTON Staff Writer Seven years after a terrorist bomb took her daughter's life in the skies over Ro- semary Mild doesn't expect to find peace at the dedication of a memori- al in Arlington National Cemetery today. without my daughter doesn't get any even after seven the Severna Park resident said. Miriam was one of 270 people killed on Dec. when a Pan Am airliner btew up above Lockerbie. The U.S. government has said that Libyan terrorists planted a bomb in the aircraft. To be dedicated at 1 p.m. the memorial consists of a Scottish cairn of 270 with the names of the victims inscribed at its base. The victims' families raised the money for the said Stephanie a Bethesda resident who helped to persuade Congress to allow the memorial to be built at Arlington. Only veterans may be buried in Page 'WHAT A FANTASTIC SITE' By J Henson The Capital From County Councilman John with Robbie Jefferson of the county auditor's Recreation and Parks Director M. Joseph and council Chairman Diane R. look over Beverly Beach from one of two abandoned eamMInc pavilions. The which atoo Included Councilman Bert toured Beverly-Triton BMch and South Rtver Farms parks yesterday wrth an eye toward development plane. Tour lays groundwork for Beverly-Triton Park By MICHAEL CODY South County Staff Writer County Councilman John J. Klocko who as a boy visited Beverly Beach on the Chesapeake walked into its woods yesterday and saw something he hadn't known was a 10-acre tidal lake in a stunningly undisturbed setting. He watched a blue heron and and had no trouble believing his Brian Woodward of the Department of Recreation and had spotted an eagle the day before. a fantastic site said Mr. R-Crofton. Council Chairman Diane R. likewise described as 510 acres of county-owned property on the Mayo at Beverly-Triton Beach and South River Farms parks. The tour's parks Director M. Joseph Cannon was to lay the groundwork for an eventual request to fund a to master development plan for Beverly-Triton Beach a 340-acre parcel at Central Avenue's eastern first priority is to get the environmental experts and to see what we can do with the he said. As an he pointed out the possibility of renovating abandoned pavilions left from Beverly Beach's heyday as a pre-integration gambling re- sort. More public access to the now used almost exclusively by residents of neighboring subdivi- is another potential aim. 'The environmental concerns are going to come Mr. Cannon said. prefer that it for Page Browns moving to If NFL deal is it would be a homecoming for coach ASSOCIATED PRESS BALTIMORE Baltimore could once again become an NFL and if it does the move could turn into a homecoming for an Annapolis na- tive. The Cleveland coached by Annapolis High School graduate Bill have reached a pre- liminary deal with Maryland offi- cials on a move that could have them playing in Baltimore as soon as next according to news reports. The Browns and state officials are believed to have signed the outline of a deal that would have them move to Baltimore in time for the 1996 The Sun reported today. Other reports yesterday said the Browns had reached a with state officials to move to though the deal could be nixed by the NFL. Mayor Kurt L. Schmoke refused to be optimistic yesterday. Baltimore has lobbied heavily several times for an NFL team since the Colts left for Indianapolis in and the city has come crush- ingly close to securing a team sev- eral times. don't want to put our commun- ity on the emotional roller coaster again about the Mr. Schmoke said. think the matter is going to come to a resolution one way or the other before the end of the calendar Cleveland Mayor Michael R. White said the talks didn't surprise him. think you've already used the most important word with a The Capital R. I'm not surprised at all that these things are going on for a variety of he said. BEUCHICK The mayors' reservations may have been war ranted. Cleveland owner Art Modell was evasive yesterday when asked about the Baltimore talks. don't know. 1 don't want to get into that. Let the Baltimore people talk about that. maybe I don't Mr. Modell said. But his spokesman said reports that a deal had been reached were bum Maryland Stadium Authority chairman John Moag refused to comment. He'll hold a news confer- ence Monday to make an announce- according to news reports. Voters in Cleveland are expected to decide Tuesday whether to ex- tend a tax to renovate Cleveland which was built in 1931. Baltimore has had a longstanding offer to build a new stadium for any NFL team that chooses to move to the city. The negotiations are being kept low-profile because of the city's experience with the Cincinnati Ben- gals this summer. Some believe intense media attention jeopardized those negotiations. Page PTA leader would 'impeach' Florestano By LESLIE GROSS Staff Writer The head of the county PTA this week slammed school board mem- ber Thomas E. calling him out of touch with county schools and an example of what's wrong with the board selection process. Rita president of the County Council of said that if the veteran educator had gone through the rigorous questioning required during the annual School Board Nominating he wouldn't have made the final cut. we could find a way to im- peach I'd like to impeach Mr. Mrs. Lowman said at a meeting Wednesday night with parents and state lawmakers about school board selection. said. The former 15-year president of Anne Arundel Community Col- lege and dean of student affairs at the University of Mr. Florestano is out of touch with the needs of younger she Mr. who said he pre- fers concentrating on major issues such as the budget and school criticized the nominat- ing convention as focusing on petty issues at the expense of Identifying qualified candidates. is a power he said. PTAs want to have their representing what they're all about The PTA boot camp Page INSIDE Retehardt North Carolina murder trial concluding. U Bullets open their season tonight in Ptiniy. 01 C4 B2 A10 A4 All All Annapolis............ Cl Death Notices. Anjndel Report... 81 Or Gott........... Baby Face.......... C2 Editorials........ All Lottery............ Calendar............ Obituaries. Claaatfled............ C6 Assault weapons ban appar- ently working. M CtaMMed....................268-7000 Circulation..................268-4800 From 327-1M3 AM oHiav4apartiiMnta..26frfOOO PoHceBeat Oub CS C3 ...........C12 Tloai..................All He went from success to death School bus hijacker distraught ekJMavalia KNIGHT RIDDER NEWS MIAMI Catalino Sang went to church and prayed early yesterday then hysteri- cally told his minister he was worried about his job and seriously in debt. Two hours Mr. Sang lay dead in a Miami Beach alley where he was dragged after being shot in a barrage of police gunfire. In those fateful Mr. hijacked a Dade County school bus carrying 13 frightened-special education children and led police on a 15-mile chase to Joe's Stone Crab restaurant on Miami Beach. Mr. Sang had worked at the popu- lar restaurant for seven years before quitting on Wednesday night. None of the children was seri- ously hurt. The bus ac- claimed as a and an aide also escaped injury. The children were returned to Blue Lakes Elemen- tary School for emotional re- unions with their parents. Mr. who was bom in the Dominican Republic and legally entered the United States in 1963 as a Chinese specialty was a likable man and a good _________ according to Robert BBMvta general manager of Joe's rertau- rant. AP photo walked off the floor and quit Wednesday. He was not fired. He said he could not take the pressure Robert Joe's restaurant walked off the floor and quit Mr. Moorehead said. was not fired. He said he could not take the pressure any- Mr. Moorehead said he had no idea why Mr. Sang led the caravan of more than 60 police cars to Joe's front door. Late Metro-Dade po- lice said they knew of no clear reason why Mr. Sang had com- mandeered the bus. Mr. Sang began the day with prayers at the Alpha it Omega a nondenominatkmal church in South Metro- Dade police director Fred Taylor said. Mr. Taylor said Mr. Sang upset over a large debt he owed to the Internal Revenue other financial difficulties and an Paaje ;