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Annapolis Capital (Newspaper) - November 20, 1971, Annapolis, Maryland Middles Battle army. 01 week Early i Icar s in mess Hall but major keeps head by Frank Young and Dre Marcks staff writer plebes at the naval Academy began preparations for the annual army Navy football clash yesterday. They moved the army Liaison officer into the bathroom and parked his car in the mess Hall. When the midshipmen turned out for breakfast yesterday they found army major Peter Wuerpel s my sport scar parked in the aisle Between tables in the mess inside Bancroft Hall. All that the middies would say last night was that the direct phone number for want ads 268-7000 other departments 268-5011 plebes drove the major s car into the mess Hall through the Side doors during the night. No one could confirm a report that the automobile had been filled with Cereal and other edible. Even if maj. Wuerpel did t need his car to get to his office yesterday he did need a map. It seems that Wilri we Piebes were car rustling others were starting careers As moving men. When my Wuerpel got to his office yesterday he found the cupboard Bare. The plebes must have Felt his desk chair tables books papers and pictures looked better in the bathroom nearby Bechai � that s where everything was. Although the distributor Cap was missing from the car the Brunt o the midshipman said last night that the car was removed the consent from the mess Hall yesterday afternoon. Navy t maj. Wuerpel is also reported operating out of his regular command office once again. Yesterday t actually the army officer might have brought some of Howe this on himself even if he did have the army insignia weekend working against him anyway. Maj. M last saturday the major made More than several trips i up and Down the aisles at the Navy Syracuse football game Navy. We with a sign on his Back Reading beat anything 11 this while other army representatives maj. Paul Taylor Javy m capt. Danny Crawford and capt. Pat Doles have not yet Felt rivalry on n w o � e Academy which they serve is yet to come _ is Tiande Jayo Conneu Andelt. Reported from West Point k � it " consider my position. _ o i let Ween the army and the t be of Mutual respect and a hat i will. I volunteered for us St renewal of the traditional a s John Kenned stadium. Of nine e partly Cloud partly Cloudy High in mid Topper 50s, Low tonight in mid Topper is. Milhit. Fir Rte i ill saturday mor Mac ed1tiox on Page 2 vol Xxxvii no. 267 Annapolis Maryland saturday november 20, 1971 ten cents Power people Corlton Pearson seated registers bcvi7 swi broker of the an Napalit Power Squadron Emerson Patten past District commander Ami olivers. Hill of the Annapolis Squadron at the District five fall educational conference yesterday. The Annapolis Power Squadron is the Host of the three Day conference being conducted at the Annapolis Hilton this wage Nixon jeered by labor chiefs Miami Beach Fla a president Nixon challenged his harshest labor critics face to face Friday and told them he will use his Powers to the full est to control wages and prices whether they cooperate or not. We want the participation of labor Nixon to told Al Cio convention delegates who voted thursday to refuse cooperation with his pay Board s wage controls. But whether we get that participation or not it is my obligation As president of the United states to make this pro Gram of stopping the Rise in the Cost of living succeed and to the extent that my Powers Al Low it i shall do exactly that Nixon added. The president got a Cool reception. There were Ripples of Deri six Hunters shot to Date Only six Days into the Small game Hunting season in Maryland count police have recorded at least two gun accidents. One Accident which ended in death for 17-year-old Andre c. Johnson 115 Disney re. In Severn happened when a 22 calibre Rifle accidentally discharged As a Young Friend tried to untangle the gun from Bushes in which it had been caught. After a similar but less serious Hunting Accident a Millersville youth was treated at North Arundel Hospital for Pellet wounds in his legs. Police said John a. Reed 13, and three friends were Hunting Ramu in the Woods behind their Homes off route -3 thursday when Reed spotted a Rabbit and coated it into the Wood after waiting a while one of the Rienzi hot at the Rabbit Atao striking Reed closer to the animal than the Friend had re Liss police Laid. Sive laughter from some of the More than 2,000 delegates officials and others when Nixon said his recent 90-Day wage Price freeze was a remarkable Success and if you Don t think so go Home and ask your wives who go to the grocery when Nixon finished his speech he started to shake hands with some delegates near the speaker s platform until Al Cio president George Meany said will delegates and alternates return to their Meany had been watching in apparent amusement when he suddenly picked up his Gavel and called the convention to or Der while Nixon was still on the floor shaking hands and Chat Ting with delegates. The presi Dent turned gave Meany a Brief look and stalked away. We will now proceed with act ii cracked Meany who the Day before had verbally flayed Nixon s economic controls and said that he and four other labor members of Nixon s pay Board will refuse to Coop Erate with the Board or its Deci Sions until they win their de mands for Back pay for the freeze and full payment of All negotiated wage hikes. Later Friday White House aides announced the president had Cut Short his Florida week end and was returning to Washington. In route Back he stopped air Force i at Jackson Ville fla., to pick up his daughter Julie Nixon Eisen Hower. The aides said Nixon s Sud den departure had nothing to do with the Al Cio speech and did not indicate a crisis of any sort. He s always flex Ible a spokesman said. In Washington a White House aide said Nixon went be fore the Al Cio convention against the advice of All his advisers who feared his remarks might be construed As Antila Bor. In his speech Nixon quoted Meany s remark that if the president of the United states does t want our membership on the pay Board he knows exactly what he can the audience cheered apparently in support of the Meany quote. President Meany is Correct. I know exactly what i can do and i am going to do it Nixon continued. I think it is time that we All understand just where we stand on this where we agree and where we disagree he said the inside Story Severn wins finale quarterback Art Barnes directed Uvea to kid is drives As seven school Cloud itt 1171 Foet Bao team with a 44 Romp Over visa Ftp Laftera voc Attos Mckeal yesterday afternoon. Story of Pafe w. Abby on other inside pages. Hore cepe. 7 obituaries. T 13-1 Spirto. 11 comics. 12 the levies. 11,11 crossword. K Tva Teri. 1 1 editorial 4 women i contractors cite approval delay permit Bill supported Byre Marcks staff writer support from builders and residents alike has been building this week for county councilman Joseph Collinson s proposed Bill to regulate the issuance of building permits in the county. Robert Baldwin added the support of the Southern Maryland chapter of associated builders and contractors inc. Yesterday. Baldwin is the president of the chapter. The associated builders and contractors inc., Abc is a nationwide organization with members in approximately 35 states. In Anne Arundel county the members represent about 90 per cent of the contractors and s u b c o n t r a c t o r s w i t h Headquarters in the county Baldwin said. Collinson said earlier this week that he will introduce a Bill to require the approvals of six governmental agencies before any building permit can be approved in the county. In addition the councilman said that he will write into the measure a restricting clause requiring that action be taken on a permit application within 10 Days. Collinson began work on the measure last weekend after the evening capita published a report which pointed to the time variations in approving permits and the Lack of approval by county departments other than the department of inspections and permits before final ratification. Baldwin speaking for his organization said yesterday we think it s Collinson s Bill a Good idea.1 Baldwin said under the current system the key to getting a permit quickly lies in whoever runs the permit Section. He said that builders have incurred financial losses Many times due to time delays while an application for a permit lies on someone s the fastest Way to get something done Baldwin isaid is to Call him Marcus s. Marx director of inspections and permits directly. Otherwise it just the Abc president said that a letter was sent to Collinson yesterday expressing support for the proposed Bill and suggesting that the councilman work with the building Industry in drafting the measure. It All boils Down to How much red tape you have to go through Baldwin said. He pointed out that builders want departmental approvals but that time losses have been incurred. There is a need to enumerate the departments concerned and require them to perform he continued. On permit applications spaces Are continued m ptge2, hearings scheduled dec 7 7 drug suspects held in jail by Linda Taylor staff writer seven suspects arrested in three City drug raids Are being held in the county detention Center today after they were unable to Post bail. An eighth suspect John Tierney 29, of 1204 Poplar st., was released after posting 11,000 Bond on charges of Possession of marijuana and narcotics paraphernalia. All eight suspects appeared before District court judge George Taylor following their arrest Early Friday. City police and troopers from the state police narcotics division conducted the raids on two residences on College Creek Terrace. Police say they seized quantities of heroin marijuana and narcotics paraphernalia in the raids. Held in lieu of $5,000 Bond was George w. Lake 23, of 60 College Creek Terrace in lieu of 12,000 Bond was Albert t. Green 25, and Ava 0. Hopkins 21, both of 15 College Creek Terrace and Doris a. Randall 23, also of 60 College Creek Terrace. Judge Taylor ordered Charlese Simms 18, of 42 College Creek Terrace James a. Carroll 21, of 17 Lafayette ave. And Norman e. Sellman woman Dies 24, of 1150 Madison place held in lieu of $1,000 Bond each. Court officials have scheduled a hearing for All sight suspects for s 30 . Dec. 7. Deputy chief Bernard Kalnoske of the Annapolis police described the drug arrests As routine and part of a continuing crack Down on the local if us problem. The charges against those arrested included Possession of heroin and marijuana Possession of narcotics paraphernalia and distribution of heroin. Cpl. Ron Voigt City Detec Tive headed up the City police work prior to the raids mad jointly with the state police narcotics division agents Kalnoske said. Police allege that the Hopkins woman swallowed a hypodermic Needle during the raid. She was taken to Anne Arundel general Hospital. A doctor in the emergency room of the Hospital said last night the Needle was not he was Reading from the woman s file but would say nothing More than obviously it was t too contributions still fall Short of to press Campaign goals by Linda Taylor staff writer county United fund workers decided yesterday to continue seeking contributions until we make our goal if we have to be knocking on doors until Christmas eve said Werner Fornos count chairman. Campaign sponsors for the Central Maryland Region a week ago extended the area Campaign indefinitely after the fund drive fell nearly $4.9 million Short of its goal. During the past week the Region which includes Anne Arundel Baltimore Carroll Harford and Howard counties and Baltimore City added about $1 million More to its coffers a spokesman said. However Frank Baker of ii Scott City Campaign chairman estimated yesterday that the fund would raise still Only about $9.8 million or $400,000 less than reported in 1970. To Date Anne Arundel county has recorded $115,000 in pledges or 55.3 per cent of the $208,000 county goal. The fund spokesman said Only the Baltimore City and county division had reached or even come close to its goal. That division has already collected 100.6 per cent and expects to collect 116 per cent of the 1971 goal he said. Commenting on the slow response to the United fund Campaign Baker said i wonder How Many of our citizens honestly realize what this Means. It Means in some instances the closing of doors and in others the further reduction of services of Many essential the aged in fact All age groups and the ill the handicapped and the disturbed will have to go without or wait in definitely for assistance Baker said. Anne Arundel county Campaign leaders will meet at 8 . Monday at the Oxbow restaurant on Ritchie Highway for a breakfast discussion of the county Campaign Fornos said. In Blase a 51-Yew-ow woman died last night when Pumphrey Home we swept by a Fin. Fire Offida said that met Mary v. Capel whom they described u a total invalid was Prono Rcd dead at North Aram Hospital a portly before 6 pin. The came of death was unknown. The fire which gutted the lower floor of the Home at 301 Ai. Apparently red in die Ltd in through the Imam and destroyed Nodi of tit roof before Brooklyn Linthicum and Ota Burn fire unit could. Put it oat. Fire off Teli my la night that the cute of the fire which cawed h,0 dump to the Home u still under in not Lotta. According to the it dwt it no one Eil we Tome and no one Eteau Fot Mayot Hoyh prom it Meta to. Ity Sam rate or Luk " " "9ww who we Mil Annm no mini my to wow t wik Mem i w West Iff we

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