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Frederick News-Post (Newspaper) - March 31, 1990, Frederick, Maryland Weather mostly Cloudy and mild with showers Likely. Highs in the mid-60s. Western Maryland map on.a-2 the great Southern printing and manufacturing company Good a Man without decision can never be said to belong to himself. John Watson Foster vol. 80-no. 94 Maryland 21701 March 1990 press run i p0st i 6 sections today i news total abuse Case sentence reduction denied by George Dorsey news Post staff a Jefferson couple serving 10 years in prison for battering their two year old Foster son were denied a sentence reduction Friday in circuit court. The Patrick Joseph and Karen Jean were sentenced Jan. 17 by Frederick county circuit court judge Mary Ann stepper who went beyond the recommended sentence of three months to four years saying she Felt it was inconceivable that the couple could inflict such violence on a judge stepper sentenced the couple to each serve 10 years for child abuse. The maximum penalty allowed is 15 years. Defense attorney Thomas c. Nikirk had requested the saying neither or. Nor mrs. Allen had been in any trouble before. The prison terms came despite a plea on their behalf from Frederick county commissioner Charles c Smith in a letter written on county stationery. A three judge sentence review panel has been scheduled in May. Staff photo by Mark Crummett a Ling Anore High school student was killed in this Russell Campbell was in route to a part time Job ii Accident on my. 75 near new Market Friday afternoon. Gaithersburg when the Accident occurred. High school senior killed in Accident by Susan c. Nicol news Post staff a Ling Anore High school senior was killed Friday afternoon in a three vehicle Accident on my. 75 near new Market. Russell Wayne of 4992 pm galore View died in sur Gery at Frederick memorial Accord ing to Maryland state police. Or. Campbell was a passenger in a Toyota pickup driven by Tony a. Of 3688 Ridgeview Ijamsville state police said the Driver of a flatbed truck failed to Stop for a Stop sign at the ramp from eastbound interstate 70 to my 75 and slammed into the passenger Side of or fare s truck which was southbound on my. 75. Jeffrey of the Driver of another southbound pickup tried to avoid the but collided with the flatbed truck driven by Ricky e. Of cabbage Spring mount according to trooper Daniel Hoffman or. Or. Dodson and a passenger in or Dodson s Jeffrey of were taken to Frederick memorial Hospital for treatment of minor injuries. They were released after treatment. Or Groft was not Hurt in the 12-20 state police said he was charged with failure to Stop and on Page South Frederick mural brightens elementary school by Karen Gardner news Post staff the institutional look that comes to mind when thinking of a school hallway is no More at South Frederick elementary school. The Madison Street school has filled up its lobby with a brightly coloured mural. A Black and White path threads through a Kaleidoscope of colors in the mural on the Back Entrance Wall. The path stands for the school s racially mixed Popula but it also has another meaning for the students Black and White Means said fifth grader Nicole standing before the six foot by eight foot collage Twenty who volunteered or were chosen from a Cross Section of worked for 20 Days with artist Mai a Burkittsville resident. Or to duh came to the school in March through the artist in residence sponsored by the Maryland arts Council to link Public school students with working artists. There Are and even a depiction of South drawn by Kinsman Jackson. Are very proud of this said James who could t Stop smiling As he showed off his work misty Murphy traced her Finger Over the Checkerboard path. Said we re All Black and and we re All meeting she said. Jwan Bowie said the students Drew on Page staff photo by Sam you these students recently completed work on this mural in the hallway at South Frederick s b building with the help of Burkittsville artist Mai to Dinh. Index on the inside d 1-8 classified f-l-7 comics.f-8 letters.a-6 funerals.a-9 religion.f-9-11 sports.b-l-4 to movies.b-5-6 time to set those clocks ahead an hour Spring that s what you have to remember saturday night set those clocks ahead one hour. There Are two ways of looking at the return to Day Light savings time. You have More time to do things in the Yard in the evening because it stays lighter longer. How if you like to snooze in the you la lose an hour. Which officially begins at 2 . Will be around until oct. 28. March came in like a Lamb with temperatures in the 40s. It s going out pretty much the same Way but Milder and a bit on the wet Side. The National weather ser vice is predicting rain for the next few Days with tempera Tures in the mid 50s to Low 60s. Snow returns to the forecast on tuesday. A front expected monday night should drop tempera Tures enough for a wet Blanket of Snow. Staff photo by Timothy Jacobsen seeks Campaign contributions Byron set to seek another term by Christina Barnes news Post staff set to run again for rep. Beverly b. Has sent out a letter seeking contributions for her Campaign this year. While mrs. Said she could spend at least to the amount she spent two years she is supporting Legisla Tion in Congress to put a limit on campain spending and on political action committee contributions. She said the legislation is needed As the costs of campaigning have sky rocketed in recent due to the invasion of outside pics in local elections. Until such legislation is i must i finance this year s she said in her letter mailed to residents in her District. She said she has sent a letter similar to this one Only once 10 years ago. Mrs. Who has served As congresswoman for six terms since her husband s death in the fall of said she could t give an Esti mate of How much she would spend on her Campaign this year until All candidates file. Although she has t filed mrs. Byron said she will definitely be running again. 11 years in Congress have brought me to a position where i can exercise leadership in several important she wrote in her letter she said the issues Are different across the District. In Frederick and Montgomery she she knows people Are concerned about transportation and land use because of the growth. In Allegany and Garrett unemployment is a concern. And in Washington and agriculture remains a vital said mrs. Byron. And throughout the District Are senior citizens who Are concerned about health care and she said. All residents throughout the District Are concerned about capital child National All those issues Congress is addressing this she said. And she finds herself serving an Ever growing she said. After the redistricting in 1982 following the 1980 saw a lot of growth in this District. And we re in a census year again. That growth has con beyond the growth of Many other she said. Rep. Beverly b. Byron four nominated for school Board positions by Susan c. Nicol news Post staff four people have been nominated by the Frederick county democratic Central committee for consideration of two positions on the Board of education and their names have been forwarded to the governor the terms of Board members Susan Rovin and Claude Delauter expire at the end of according to Bruce Central committee chairman. Those nominated were Susan or. Earlene Hairston Thorn Mark Renn and Harry Demoll. Or. Reeder said gov. William Donald Schaefer will notify him when the selections arc made he added the nomination decision was very Tough. Would have Felt confident sending All of the candidates he said. Had a very qualified group the nominees Susan l Overlook believes education makes the difference student should come out of the system Cap Able of doing she said. The incumbent added that education must be More than academics in that students must receive lessons in the world in which they live. She votes in the Tuscarora District. Or. Earlene Hairston of Hines said she would favor competent people from the Community sharing their ideas and expertise with students. How she said the should be instructed in methodology so the on Page

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