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Capital, The (Newspaper) - May 5, 1986, Annapolis, Maryland Away we 's 'make do' Sully's HOWELL MICROFILMS P 0 BOX 1558 LAUREL L MD 2Q707 he Tomorrow's Very warm For sea page 7. VOL. Cl NO. 106 MAY 25 Cents GOOD PONT FORGET The COUNTY COUNCIL will hold a public hearing on the Critical Areas Bill building moratorium at 7 tonight in the Council Chambers at Arundel Calvert and Northwest streets. AREA VOTERS GIVE Baltimore's mayor a higher rating than President Reagan. Page 25. ACTION LINE The Capital's CONSUMER ADVICE coliimn helps a read- er with a missing paycheck. Page 2i ENTERTAINMENT can produce a great director Jyn Home can. Page 14. STATE THE ATTORNEY investigat- ing' the savings and loan crisis has recommended criminal in- vestigations of another 33 peo- ple and civil lawsuits against six. Page 4. WORLD SOVIET TV showed scenes of the Chernobyl nuclear disas- ter area. Page 2. A NASA panel is looking into the -failure of a Delta rocket's main engine. Page 3. BOATING THE BAY is teaming with racing activity. Page 19 SPORTS AT AN AGE when most ath- letes have to glimpse into the distant past to summon memo- ries of their Bill Shoe- maker keeps adding to his brilliant career Page 17 PEOPLE The opening-day hoopla con- tinues unabated at DOLLY PARTON'S new theme park in the foothills of Tennesee's Smoky where the I flashy singer plans to make more appearances this a spokes worn Miss Par- who has an apartment atop the Apple Jack Cider Mill at the 400-acre also plans to appear in nearby Gat- linburg and said spokeswoman Flo Smith Miss Parton laughed as she maneuvered a giant pair of scissors during a ribbon-cut- ting ceremony Saturday at The Dolly Parton Story Museum let me get my wig hung in joked the enter who is famous for her big wigs For a look at other people in the news today see page 3 LOTTERY Numbers drawn Saturday Three-digit Pick 4 SMl Lotto II 14 15 33 35 41 INDEX 4 32 pa get Business 22 Calendar 12 Classified Ads 26-32 CoRiKrt. columns 23 Cresswerd 27 BdHortals 6 EnterUinmeot Obituaries 7 Police Beat 7 Sports 17-21 Television listings 15 Youth Pftoloi by Wti Olipn FAIR MAYFAIR Sunny skies and springlike temperatures were Ideal lor the outdoor and games at Key School's 11th Annual Mayfalr on Saturday At Jim Bartlatt referees as Laurie and Amee do battle In the pillow tight. At Alyssa tries to land a penny on a plate Inside a water-filled while Lee fishes for goldfish In the ping- pong tost For more photos of weekend 25. Bay quality still down Susquehanna called keys to cleanup By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Pa Water quality hi the Chesapeake Bay continues to decline despite protective efforts on streams and rivers that run into the a federal environmental official said Friday. Alvin director of the Water Management Division of the Envi- ronmental Protection told the Chesapeake Bay Commission that current protection efforts focus primarily on the streams connected with the bay. Last Pennsylvania joined the which in- cludes Maryland and Virginia The 21-member composed of six legislators and one citizen from each had its first meeting in Penn- sylvania. are still seeing the water quality in the bay going Morris said With the measures cur- rently in main results you will see are improvements in smaller water bodies But conditions in the bay would be worse without those he said. terms of your evaluate where you want to put public he said. In the second phase of an ongoing he the end result should be defined. Then calculate the amount of waste that needs to be removed and the he said. It would be more effective to argue for more in light of current federal if the commis- sion were able to present what the results of various cleanup methods would be and how much they would Morris said. supporting the right Morris said of the commis- sion. just sort of getting started He said there was still too much waste entering the bay. In the past 20 he methods have been developed to remove 95 percent of the wastes from municipal sewage treatment plants and industrial plants. But very little has been done m the area of he said Fertilizer gets into the river from on Page Educators rule school board Panel labeled unrepresentative By JACQUELINE TENCZA Staff Writer There are too many educators on the county school and it is no longer representative of some school observers claim it's not a good policy to have so many educa- tors on the school said County Councllwoman Maureen a former school board mem- ber Board member John Wobensmith said would like to see a less homogeneous board. Some business people might add a different per- he said. concerns are that I would not want to see the board being bal- anced any further toward people who were educators The eight-member board is made up of a college math a a National Security Agen- cy a retired high school a a former school speech a former teacher who is a secretary and a student ANALYSIS It is not unusual for board mem- bers to echo each others' positions it is only the opinion of voting student Michael that strays from the pack. In many the county school board is atypical of those throughout the at least according to an annual demographic study compiled by The American School Board Jour- nal. The typical school board member in the Northeast is a white man In his 40s who's married and has chil- dren in the school system he serves. He is a college graduate and holds a professional or managerial with a family income of MO.OOO to the study found In Anne Arundel women have a majority on the school board and three of the board members do not currently have chil- dren in public schools would like to see a balance I on Page Col Terrorism affects county travelers Belgian vacation reassures reporter Executives think twice about Europe By SCOTT LAUTENSCHLAGER Staff Writer Like many terrorism had me paranoid about traveling abroad until I left my fears at home and went ahead with a European vacation I returned to Annapolis concluding that the most fearful environment 1 bad faced m recent weeks was in my living reading and listening to news reports of terrorist actions Flying in a Boeing 747 at my greatest concern wai lack of leg room And once ID Europe. I was too busy enjoying the people and tfceir culture to about becoming the next victim of terrorism My aad I bad been planning a one-week vacation in Belgium and the Netherlands for several mwrths Our scheduled departure date wat Apnl 20 U S military attacked Libya on Apnl 15 in retaliation for alleged involvement m rorism r Because the military strike raised tM specter of terrorist reprisals we seriously questioned whether we go ahead as planned My imagination conned up visions of being machine-gunned to death on a Brussels my crime of being an American But after some hand wringing and discus we decided that our desire to visit Europe outweighed our fears and we packed our bags With terrorism centering on the there hit been renewed focus on airport security And our experience indicated that the airlines are giving close attention to anything that pases the slightest threat of danger In our caw it was a pocket knife On her latt trip to Deborah foand such a kftife the puirbaaed a cheap of a SWIM knife wkh a two It wts subjected to only slight scrutiny at fajfe 8. Col. Bj DEBRAMADERO Satinets Hriter At the terrorist wars took on nightmare proportions latt month Burke Watson a lot of other businessmen thought twice travel to Europe Watson it a seasoned traveler A long time vice president and general manager for Che meUU loc a Belgian-owned chemical manu he traveli at leatt 10 a from his workplace in Glen Burnie to Belgium France ind Europe But in a marketing executive at Cbemetalt called off mm overseas business trips think people should be concerned There's always a if you're an Amenr an Wataea said ft'i difficult to determine just rranv local businesses are taking Chemetait cau Uous Lack Reports of canceled busmen from local travel agencies vary The State Department has been barraged with inquiries from iadirMoaU and corporations And a check with eight countv firms that do business overseas indicated that onh two postponed foreign business trips But one point is clear The threat of terrorism is giving execjtives pause If they haven t canceled travel pians most they have given the idea thought they wanted me to go to the Mediterra nean this week I think they'd have to tit down and discust it with me said Skip Hill distribution manager for Jotin Marine Coat ings a Norwegian-owned firm in GJtn Burnie But Jotin employees are still making limM- ed trips to Norway and Great Britain whfle European affiliates handle some of the compa ny additional overseas bustaest The threat of terrorism was one reason that Scanro Ltd postponed a business trip to London this .Tune Employees of the British- owned tailboard distributorship travel to M Page Col Anti terrain OK'd. 2. ;