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Frederick News-Post (Newspaper) - October 19, 2002, Frederick, Maryland
200i Randall Fain ily so Timmy vol. 120 no. 5 5 sections press run Frederick Maryland 21705 final edition october Good morning the Fly that does t want to be swatted is most secure when it lights on the Fly swatter. . Lakh Teribery weather today increasing Douds with a Shower late. High h4. Tonight a Shocter then mostly Cloudy. Low 50. More on b-i4 Market watch 322.44 inside adopt a Road groups strive to keep byways Beautiful Region a-5 High school foot Bai Thomas Johnson Cato tin win sports b-1 breaking bread ethics b-9 Index Hood resident life going coed men to live on Campus business .b-8 classifieds.c12-d12 comics .b-12 dearabby.b-6 editorial letters .jv-10 obituaries a la real estate.c-l-12 Region .a-5-6 police blotter.a-6 religion ethics sports .b-l-5 to listings .b-6 weather.b-14 look ahead sunday horizon exhibit focuses on jewish life in Maryland s Saab foe lefty Kren he s been a reef adventure monday farm Garden natural Organ pc standards go into effect on labels tuesday heaths fitness ptd0am Aims to reduce number of baby Boomer sports related injuries stall Pliotis try dung Kun Only students Rainey Sokol left and Jennifer Dunn react with tears to the Friday morning announcement that Hood College will go by Cui Tord g. I Merkii staff there was Shock disappoint ment upset then a feeling of betrayal just some of the Emo Tion on display after Hood College president or. Ronald Volpe announced Friday that the 109 year old women s College would Start housing men by fall 2003. Everything will change our lives will said Rebecca Scarr a Sophomore in the student body. Everything 1 love about Hood is disappearing because of this Deci the decision follows months of studying recent enrolment trends marketplace statistics and the College s financial plan and was needed to keep tiie College viable. Or. Vol pc told students. Plans for the change started about a year ago. On the heels of the announce ment some Hood students Gath ered in Small groups hugged and expressed outrage and confusion Over the action unanimously approved by a meeting of the women s College Pard of trustees the night before. Around 420 of 820 undergraduate students live on Campus. Hood is familiar with a male Popula Tion which since 1971 has been allowed As commuter students while attending the College s Bachelor s and master s degree programs. Thirteen percent of the graduating class is male. Initially Small numbers of men would be introduced so tote change could he monitored with More male enrolment planned for fall 2004. Even before some of the Stu dents left Coffman Chapel where or. Vol pc stood in front of packed pews to make the announcement a Sliver of resistance had begun. A petition was planned according to Katie Nash presi Dent of the College republicans and co president of the Maryland student legislature. So was a consensus of student opinion which would go to the Board she said. The president less than a month ago he was in the dorms telling us there was no Way we were going to go coed next year we fee that our Trust has been see Hood a-14 casing found in Box truck Rockville a authorities Are examining a Shell casing that was found in a White Box truck at a Virginia car rental Agency Montgomery county police said Friday night. The truck and the Shell casing were found Friday evening at a rental Agency in Virginia near Dulles International Airport. Montgomery county police spokesman Derek Baliles says it is unclear if this truck has anything to do with the investigation into the Washington area sniper. Capt. Nancy Demme a Montgomery county police spokeswoman said employees of the car rental Agency contacted police and members of the sniper task Force had. Recovered the Cas ing. Officer rallies and capt. Demme said police Are still asking the Public to provide them with information about White Box trucks As previously described. Officer Baliles also says police do not expect to have any further information about the truck or the Shell casing until this morning. Virginia authorities on Friday arrested n Man accused of misleading investigators in the Washington area sniper shootings by falsely describing an Olive skinned Man and a Cream col ored Chevrolet Astro with a burned but Taille Gnu at the scene of one killing. Matthew dowdy 37, of palls Church a. Was arrested by Fairfax county va., police Friday afternoon and charged with making a false statement said police spokeswoman Isabel Benemelis. The charge carries a Maxi see casing a la terror global Montgomery Bureau chief Nock Ollk Beatrice brom knows about Liv ing with fear Axi terror. As a Counselor at a High school next to an aral Village in Jerusalem she works with students and teachers who Are subject to daily attacks. It is extremely upsetting and frightening for she said. It takes away your Normal function that when you go out of the House you come Back Safe and when children go out you expect them see to kor a la fighting anthrax related photo Page Alliy Simon us news Post staff in Cross county cooperation entered at fort Detrick Bio terrorism scientists have been working feverishly for the past year towards finding advanced ways to fight anthrax infections. During a presentation to . Surgeon general Richard Carmona on the base Friday they said they have made vast Steps towards doing just that. The surgeon Gen eral was briefed about chemical discoveries in battling anthrax by scientists who have been working on new anti toxins. In what or. Sina Bavari of the . Army medical research Institute of infectious diseases called an extreme teams of scientists from around the country have been working together to find More effective ways of combating anthrax since last october s attacks heightened fears about Bio terrorism on american soil. The attacks got the Ball said it. Cmdr. Rick Gussio a chemist who was one of the presenters Friday and has been working at fort Detrick on the anti toxins. People have been less Petty about intellectual cmdr. Ussio said because of scientists willingness to share information the research is two years ahead of schedule. See anthrax a-14 traffic deaths Spur suits four multimillion Dollar lawsuits were filed Friday dealing with the death of Rodney r Pulliam and his three sons in a March traffic Accident on Butterfly Lane. The civil actions were brought against Anthony Fitzgerald Grimes 34, of Frederick whose car collided with the Pulliam vehicle near the intersection with my. 180, the Jefferson Pike. The suits were tiled in Frederick county circuit court by Alison Mcgriff of the Cochran firm in Washington on behalf of or. Pulliam s widow Tammie a. Pulliam of Frederick. Or. Grimes faces a criminal trial in mid november on charges of negligent manslaughter in the four deaths. Or. Grimes is accused of driving negligently while under a known physical impairment epilepsy. Each suit seeks s10 million in compensatory damages and s10 million for wrongful death accumulative damages of million. The collision killed or. Pulliam and his sons Rodney jr., 10 Jordan. 9 and Matthew 6. Or. Pulliam was the newly appointed chief operations officer for Frederick City. George Wheelee san of photo by Lavrence a group of children enjoy breezing Down the Straw Bale Siide at the stunners family farm on Butterfly Lane i Friday afternoon. The Fak Festal at the local farm includes farm related fun activities for kids storytelling a pick your own pumpkin Patch and Apple cider. From front to Back Are Joshua Bam 2, and his Sisters Sarah 7, and Elizabeth 9. Texas of to nes of tit in Prtrt do on 100% i candidates for District 4b incumbent knows ropes in Annapolis opponents hold different outlooks news Post stuff Democrat Tom Morrison Hopes to take Republican Delegate Don Elliot s Job away from him in next month s general election although the legislative hopeful has a lot of respect for his incumbent opponent. Or. Morrison 48, said that in the past he has even voted for or. Elliott Delegate for District 4b, which encompasses Carroll county and a Section of mount airy in Frederick county. The difference Between the two men lies in their Outlook according to or. Morrison a Uniontown area resident. He said or. Elliot s character was see Morrison a-.14 by Julia Robi stuff Acra new Windsor Only a few Frederick county residents will be Able to vote for or against Republican Delegate Don Elliot in november s Gen eral election. But or. Elliot 70, wants every Vole from the one half precinct that can vote for him since he has no intention of quitting the District 4b Job he has held since 1987. Or. Elliot a new Windsor resident said he is the Man to vote for because he is a conservative with 16 years of institutional knowledge regarding How the general Assembly works. Sec Elliot a-14
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