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Capital, The (Newspaper) - July 16, 1986, Annapolis, Maryland T HOUIELL MICROFILMS P 0 BOX 1558 LAUREL TontOfTOW'c JVteely MW 11. VOL Cl NO. 166 JULY 25 Cents GOOD OF ire featured in the free Nival Academy Band concert at 8 tonight at the Naval Academy Turf Field. AREA NEIGHBORS of Baltimore- WaihingtoD International Air- port have filed lawiuiti totaU- inf million againat the state. Page is. CITYSCAPE MORE ON THOSE tacky but fascinating postcards. Page KENT ISLAND A MORATORIUM on all ma- jor development projects in Queen Anne's County has been approved. Page 19. CHEF'S CHOICE MAKING PRESERVES is worth the trouble. Page 13. ENTERTAINMENT of the and Music win enthu- siastic nods from Capital crit- ics. Pages STATE POLICE ARE seeking clues in the murder of an armored truck guard yesterday during a holdup in Columbia. Page 4. THE CREWMEMBERS Of a Delia Air' Lines jumbo jet which crashed and 137 people last Aug. 2 in Daflas should not have attempted to investigitWi sly. 2. THE ECONOMY to show signs of weakening as industrial production dropped 0.5 percent in June. Page 3. SPORTS THE AMERICAN League bested the Nationals last 3-2. Page 23. PEOPLE FLORENCE HALOP. the raspy-voiced actress who played the impertinent bailiff on and every doctor's nightmare on Else- died at Cedars- Sinai Medi- cal Center in Los Angeles. She was 63. 1 T h e of death was listed as complica- tions arising from advanced said Maggie spokeswoman for Warner Bros. Inc. The actress died about 7 a.m. yesterday. Miss Halop entered the hos- pital June 19 after suffering a stroke that impaired her left said Cedart-Sinai spokes- man Ron Wise. Doctors discov- ered she had advanced and she was placed in one of the hospital's hospice The who began her career in radio at the age of succeeded Selma Diamond as bailiff Florence Kktnerin on NBC-TV's last year. Misi who played bailiff Selma Hacker in the courtroom slso died of cancer Both women were heavy smokers. For a look at other people in the news fee ptgf 3 LOTTERY Numbers drawn yesterday Three-digh Pick 4 INDEX 4 44 ptget Calendar Kdftortais Fort page Obtauries 11 4J J7 W M41 LM4 ...11 ..n Tenants call for police patrols 11 By JEFF DAVIS Staff Writer Frustrated by crime in their city housing project residents last night criticised the Annapolis Police Department for lick of In Police Chief John C. Schmitt promised to devote more attention to the troubled areas. Schmitt acknowledged that the crackdown on drug trafficking in the Clay Street area haa ffioved tome of the drug dealers to public housing projects. The 15 to 20 residents at last night's held at the Annapo- Home Sea Witch project may sail away By KEVIN DRAWBAUGH Staff Writer Rocked by a broadside from local environmentalists and becalmed in financial the Sea Witch clipper ship project may be setting sail away from Annapolis Melbourne Smith and the support- ers of his million dream are fed up with government delay and citi- zens' sources in the mari- time industry say. The Sea Witch backers could be heading for where Inner Harbor promoters were trying to lure a historic ship-building project to replace the sunken Fade of Balti- the sources say. concerts me that there is a possibility that we may lose this said Mick ex- ecutive director of the Marine Trades Association of Maryland. But even as Eastport businessmen were sounding the Smith and his associates were saying there was no cause for panic. really happened is that Baltimore in the last week or so has made a pretty hard charge at Mel- bourne and Bill Smith's asso- there isn't any kind of deci- sion made. We haven't decided to split or said Barbara a partner with Clark in the firm that is promoting Smith's vision. Smith wants to build a 180-foot- long wooden reproduction of the Sea a clipper ship that was as remarkable for its speed and tech- on Page CoL lls Housing Authority rep- resented Woodside Boston Bowman Annapolis Harbour House and Obery Court. erase this 'cancer' so you cm live in peace and we can do our lob Schmitt Moat of'the troublemakers live outside the affected Schmitt laid. not the residents the majority are from the po- lice chief said. happening is Clay Street is looking pretty good now and they're moving Into your communi- Seven times in the past six police cruisers have been pelted with rocks and bottles from unruly crowds in the communities. Sometimes police were lured there by fatoe he said. The residents claim police ignore their and have given up on routine patrols. When there ii an police are in they charge. come when they feel like said one woman. turn around and go a stigma about our said another wom- an. Police stay away from low in- predominantly black areas of the she said. Cpl William Powell told resi- dents he has heard concerns about slow responses there Is an officer he will be dispatched promptly to the call and they will take the appropri- ate he said. reported seeing a recent increase in out-of-state license plates on vehicles in their neighborhoods mainly vehicles from the District of Columbia and New York. The people in those cars appear to be selling Photo by Sutin Sldnkimp Jason 10-year-old son of John and Lanny Clendaniet of leaps over the finish line to win the boys 800-meter race Saturday. Youngsters aged 3 to 13 took part in races from 100 to 1200 meters at Annapolis Senior High while 14 and older ran in the annual Fast-n-Flat one mile race. The Annapolis Striders and the Annapolis Optimist Club sponsored the events where every finisher got a prize. they said. When a marked cruiser rolls up the everyone they said. As soon as the patrol car they're back on the streets. Crap games are also a problem with people they said. The games are played under city lights at or players bring their own lights and run extension cords from apartments. One of the biggest problems is reporting crime. The residents said they are afraid to report a person in fear of retaliation. Schmitt promised that his officers on Page Col. Neall coffer grows McMillen's fund still largest total By PAT RIVIERE Staff Writer For the first Del. Robert Neall has surpassed opponent Tom McMillen in fund- raising for the 4th Congressional District elec- tion contest According to financial reports filed by the a raised more money than a in the last three-month reporting period. But McMillen continues to lead Neall is total dollars collected for the heated race to succeed retiring Rep. Marjorie S. R-Anne Arundel. Quarterly financial reports were due at the Federal Elections Commission by midnight yesterday. The Neall campaign raised for the period from April 1 through June bringing his total money raised to McMillen raised for the same bringing his total to Democrat John Pantelides continued to lag behind hi bringing in for the second giving him about total for the campaign. The Neall war chest was boosted by a June 30 fund-raiser in Baltimore where supporters paid a ticket the maximum contribu- tion federal law allows for an individual Despite his underdog status in the fund- raising Pantelides said he is pleased with his efforts. feel pretty good about he said pretty much on an Annapolis said be hopes to raise about for his Sept 9 primary race with McMillen. the money in the world is not going to on Page Col. Fat Americans get skimpy diet advice By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS WASHINGTON Millions of Americans are overweight because they eat too much and don't burn it off with a new government report has found. But don't ask which Is less gorging or more because the experts can't decide. The Joint Nutrition Monitoring a federal advisory pan- said yesterday In a report to Congress that about 32 million Americans 25 to 74 years of age weigh too including 11.7 mil- lion who are severely overweight The 32 million represent about 28 percent of all Americans in that age group. The report shies away from using the term or whenever using overweight or severely overweight instead Suzanne an Agriculture Department deputy assistant secre- said overweight is fuzzier than which generally is defined as being it least 20 percent heavier thin a person's ide- al body weight. is not so carefully she said. other it could be ID percent above a person's ideal body weight and still be considered overweight Severely overweight would be the 20 percent and above The report said that Americans overall very low levels of physical activity. Overweight is the result of consuming more food ener gy than is needed for maintenance or and can be reduced by eating less exer- cising more Harris said there is much contro- versy about the relative importance of diet and or lack of jvhen determining the reasons for a person being overweight Is it the second helping of potatoes and or the nightly sit-in to watch television that puts on the 'I don't know whether we'll ever settle she laid. don't have very good data for physical activity It's a very difficult question to an- swer unless you put people in cages and watch them all the time The 356-page culminating a three-year was sponsored by the departments of Health and Hu- man Services and Agriculture as a review of the National Nutrition Monitoring System operated by the two agencies. Moet of the dietary Information came from USDA's nationwide food consumption and the pri- oi Page Col. STAND-INS AACC students patrol city streets By JEFF DAVIS Staff Writer The tourist from New Jersey wasn't imused when the officer started writing a parking ticket he shouted responded the offi- filling in the blanks on the ticket The man's Thunderbird wn parted more than 12 inches from the cut mi Dock Street 'That's really absirttd tke in a sarcastic tasrttag taseJU as he paced back aatf talk swt to bis car. Tbe yeoag wasua who wrote the ttcket is a pottee effleer Robyn Back ia tsajottea asm CamswtHty a grove ef etasjaajte from Anne Arundel Community College getting college credit for patrolling the streets of Annapolis Miss Black tried handing the ticket to the angry man He wouldn't so she stuck it under his windshield wiper and west OB her way. our abe explained while walking under the hot sun Saturday afteraooa. Dealisif with angry people on the streets is one of the most difficult of befog a CIO But it's also something you can't expert- enct sltttnf ID a classroom or reading s textbook tell yea. tt's definitely a learning Refer an AACC ttudeat aa4 Keek's partner on the after. noon best around City Dock this It's interesting It i boring I can't do boring he it's not a joyrtde will give you a hard and start yelling at you and get four pumping But you're got to remember to Crawford said hopes to get a pottce after be graduates from peflegs. He wants to treotually Joie the FBI Miss Black is also tyatag a career in police work The work about 20 hours per week at M per hour They write parking give direc- trtfftf sod betp with Page It Cel. A MOTORIST a parting Uokei from ;