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Capital, The (Newspaper) - November 11, 1995, Annapolis, Maryland SevemaParfc 29 Annapolis 14 Anindel Meade 36 22 Southern 42 South River 34 North County 48 Broadneck 14 Congress on collision course over budget A2 Old items given new life in S.P. HOMES RAIN PAGE All SATURDAY NOVEMBER MD 350 Delegate seeks curfew for teens By MARK DAVENPORT Staff Writer Under a county police might have an easier time breaking up. teen and parents might be able to get their children home at a reasonable a state delegate believes. Del. Marsha Perry is co-author of a state bill that would require teens to be off Anne Arundel County streets by midnight on the weekend and 11 p.m. on weeknights. simply look at it nn addition- al tool for the parents and the police if they need to use the Crofton Democrat said. a way to help communities that want kids back in the house at a reasonable Del. Frank approached Ms. Perry about draft- ing a bill to cover both jurisdictions because state laws must affect at least two counties. The curfew idea hadn't been en serious consideration m Anne Arundel County. Ms -..-iit. and she agreed to jiiv a way to help communities that want kids back in the house at a reasonable Del. Marsha D-Crofton Prince George's County Council unless they are accompanied by a is considering a similar curfew. The bill calls for anyone younger than 17 to be out of public inclurlnm and restaurants. 'nklmdi1 .'.m on i parent or guardian. The curfew also would apply from a.m. to 2 p.m. on days. Ortain artiviii'-s are such wovk .IIM M'lvol I'unctions. curfew but won't pursue the legisla- tion without support from the county delegation and county offi- cials. just thought we'd bring up the idea and see .what people thought of see what the reaction Ms. Perry said. taking a look at what the implications of this will If.she gathers support for the she plans to introduce the bill during the General Assembly ses- sion that begins in January. County police are gathering juve- nile crime statistics to see whether they support a Ms. Perry said. County officials also are viewing a draft bill. The number of juveniles arrested has risen from in 1990 to in a 75 percent Increase. The number of juveniles arrested for violent crimes has risen from 48 in 1990 to 99 last an increase of 106 percent. Page heating costs stable prices Should be like last year's By MARK DAVENPORT Staff Writer cost of heating a home this Winter should be about the same according to energy industry analysts. V fuel oil. natural gas and electricity in stable home owners can expect a repeat of the moderate prices of last winter this there do not seem to be said Drew director of the Maryland Petroleum Council. re. oil distrJbuWfoji network Cbbbs follows has been oper- g smoothly. The same moder- TifiR price for crude oil that has gasoline prices in check has -belped the fuel heating industry v Be.cautioned that fall can be a tough time of year for distributors they must juggle the vari- types of gasoline the Environ Protection Agency re- in different parts of the during winter. Last prices jumped a little because of difficulty in rolling out rjjtofmulated gasoline to meet the EPA's Jan. 1 deadline trying to do so many .things it just becomes real Rwfc Mm iimUs ttw oH tank of 9y J. the COM MMOH HMM difficult if Mf. Cohos tto't tuve tne breathing the Hfiibttity to But MNM local oH companies say they'll guarantee their fall prices throughout the winter. The state awragf on Oct. 6 was 96.3 cents per according to year. figures from the Department of Energy. The price of fuel oil surged in the early-1980s and again during the Gulf But it has remained stable during the past three with an average price of 95 cents last year. 98.1 cents the previous year and 99.9 cents in 1992. Baltimore Gas and Electric whose prices are set by the has been granted a 5.4 percent increase in its natural gas rates. The Public Service Commission Is reviewing the and should make a final decision by .Nov. 20 But even with the anticipated Page Fuel bill aid may be drying up ByJOKNKEILMAN Staff Writer When Henry Parker arrived at Work Monday at the Light House thritcr. he found 'a line wrapped u ground the Twemy-fiw people were waiting for help in their heating bills Parker gave away in tttyrrates at the West Street but others might not be as in the future. The winter- aid could be in danfar be- of budget r that we Sandra Department of Human Resources The Maryland Energy Assis- tance Program helps famil ies statewide pay for heat during the cold season. For how- Us have teen in a holding waiting to see how Congress treats the source of its funds the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services. don't have full funding for the program until you have an said Sandra who directs the effort for Maryland s Department of Human Resources. are not providing the help that we normally do at this Congress is considering slash ing the HHS budget. When the money faucet does turn Ms. Brown expects a big drop-off from 120.6 million to 114 million. In Anne Arundel about needy families twelve help through the which pays 35 percent to 50 percent of a heat bill. AID. Page to enhance Veterans Day By JOE GROSS Sports Editor are few places where a terans Day commemoration is as as at one of the nation's service academies. After at the Naval Academy 'he midshipmen will be veterans me day.' veterans instruct 'hem and serve as their mentors. they are surrounded by the illustrious stories of service mem- 'M'rs of the past. With the observance as a back- Navy's football team will take on the University of Delaware at p.m. today at Navy-Marine Corps Memorial Stadium. A pre- name salute to veterans is sched- uled. The forecast of rain could hold down the expected crowd of including some Boy Scouts and Girl Scouts. Regardless of the you can be sure midshipmen will be impressed When they Adm. John one of trfeir honored for his 59-year career. This a bust of Adm. Bulkeley will be unveiled in the lobby of Luce Hall. Adm. a 1933 Naval Academy earned the Congressional Medal of Honor when he commanded a PT boat that broke through Japanese lines to rescue Gtin. Douglas MacAr- his family and senior staff on the night of March 11.1942. In June he spearheaded the invasion of Normandy as the leader of a fleet of 110 mine sweepers and torpedo boats that swept the Bais de la Seine assault area prior to the arrival of the main force. A month as commander of the destroyer USS he was a key player in the famed deception that sent the German forces to defend the wrong area of the Nor- mandy coast. In addition to the Medal of Honor. Arim. Bulkelev. who lives in Silver Today's Navy vs. Delaware Navy- Marine Corps Memorial Stadium. Reserved- seat tickets are still available. End-zone seating for for children under also are available at the gate today. For ticket call Of After an impressive showing in a loss to Notre Dame last the Mids try to rebound against the unbeaten Division I-AA Rghtin' Blue Hens. Delaware this series and won the last times the teams faced 1991 anp- was awarded a Navy an Army Distinguished Service Cross with oak leaf two Silver Stars and the Republic of the Philippines Distinguished Conduct Star. The facade of Navy-Marine Corps Memorial Stadium itself is a tribute to veterans. It is emblazoned with the names of battles that span seven generations. Each of the battles will be recognized as part of the pre- game salute. The Drum and Bugle slated to share the halftime with Frisbee dogs Jeff and will offer a musical salute to the veter- ans and the Naval Academy's of 1970 will bring together another group of veterans. As for the the Division 1-A Midshipmen put their 3-5 record on the line against a Division I-AA powerhouse. Delaware is 9-0 and NAVY. Page INSIDE Anmdel Report Calendar Bl Lottery M A6 Movies A7 AS. C17 Obituaries All Classified Cf. .06 Religion D17 Comics 86 Sports Cl-5 Crossword D16 Stocks B2-3 Editorials A10 Television B5 Homes Dl-5 Tides All ClMsHtod 268-7000 Circulation 268-4800 From tUot 327-1583 AH ottwr ttapMtnwiite 2684000 Quick-thinking bus driver saves child's life By MICHAEL CODY South County Staff Writer When Robert Howard stopped hit school bus on Solomons Island Rpad yesterday the damp truck behind -him also The trailer that the dump truck however tfce trailer broke loose with its cargo and down the shoulder of. pafct tike doors of the bus. At tkat 7-ytwoM Lisa Sto oft the to onto Mr. reacted instinc- tively. He threw on the hand jumped down the steps and lifted Lisa bark on board was half off the bus. and 1 saw it coming. It sounded like a second-grader at said of the trailer and front-end loader. ran back and Howard saved my The who has worked for Elmer AisquiOi Unes of Riva was half off the and then I saw it coming. It sounded like bang-bang. I ran back and Howard saved my Lisa 7 on the northbound side of the near Harriot Hlfl tower. me.' Mr Howard said 'One kid Craig had got off first this thing came flying by. just between the two of them. I grabbed the little girl that's about Mr his longtime em- praised Mr. Howard dependable as the day is he said. called him and told him how proud I as soon as I for the county Tom ployod hv Statp Wide Septic Tank Service of Davulsonvillp Police an- looking into whether thp trailer had adequate anrl whether safety chains werp in USP. Officer Jones The trailer and loader crashed into a telephone pole about 75 feet in front of the Traffic backed up on Island also known as Route while the scene was cleared. Joyce motntr of Lisa and ;