The Evening Sun from Baltimore, Maryland on June 4, 1984 · 46
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The Evening Sun from Baltimore, Maryland · 46

Baltimore, Maryland
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Monday, June 4, 1984
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D12 THE EVENING SUN MONDAY, JUNE 4, 1984 Disiant-cdl regulations altered Long-distance calls within Maryland will continue to be regulated, but in a more streamlined fashion than in the past, under a proposed order issued by a state Public Service Commission examiner. The order, issued last week, will become final within SO days unless modified by the PSC or challenged by one of the companies providing longdistance service. The order arose from an application MCI filed in March 1983 to provide long-distance service in Maryland. Chesapeake and Potomac Telephone Co. and AT&T Communications now control the state's long-distance market In allowing MCI to enter the market, examiner Thomas E. Dewberry said MCI's long-distance rate requests would be handled in a slightly different manner from those made by CAP. He said MCI would file its rates and then, after a 14-day notice period, those rates would take effect, subject to alteration by the commission. Million dollar winner: A 42-year-old electronics technician from Washington, D.C., has won $1 million in Maryland's weekly Lotto game. Lottery officials said Franklin Greene of Southeast Washington will receive his winnings in 20 annual payments of $40,000 after taxes over 19 years. Greene is married and has four children, ages 6 to 15. He told officials he had bought his winning ticket at Ray's Pizza in Seat Pleasant, Md., and realized he had won the jackpot while reading yesterday's newspaper. The Lotto jackpot, which guarantees at least a $1 million payoff, has been won 12 times in the 31 weeks since it began in November. The winning number drawn Saturday night was 01, 13, 27, 28, 33, 35. There were 160 people who matched five of the six numbers. They each will receive $1,224. Baltimore lawyer disbarred: Charles P. Howard Jr., a Baltimore lawyer and brother of a federal judge, has been disbarred by the state Court of Appeals. The Attorney Grievance Commission had filed a petition for disciplinary action against Howard because of a complaint from Stanley Jefferson, a client he represented in two automobile accident cases. Howard, a lawyer in Maryland for 28 years, is the brother of U.S. District Court Judge Joseph Howard. Five of the seven judges voted for Charles Howard's disbarment The other two, Harry Cole and John Eldridge, said disbarment was too severe a punishment Cole, in a brief dissent, said a lengthy suspension from the practice of law would be sufficient punishment for what was "basically a dispute between a single client and his attorney." The majority found that Howard did not reach a settlement in one of the two cases, did not pay medical bills even though he told Jefferson they had been paid, refused to withdraw from the cases unless Jefferson paid him a fee and tried to pressure Jefferson to withdraw the complaint he had filed with the Attorney Grievance Commission. 2 charged in sexucl attack Two city youths, aged 14 and IS, were scheduled for a preliminary hearing in Juvenile Court today if(o kAinif thPSAl in tW bath i 1 Jij assault of a 57-year-old city woman, s'1 police said. yi. Police said the assault occurred about 2 p.m. Friday in the 4300 block of Springdale Ave. after two masked youths entered the woman's bedroom, struck her on the hand with a hammer and assaulted her sexually. The youths were taken into custody Saturday and were being held at the Maryland Training School in Cub Hill. Order marks Jubilee Day: The Ancient Egyptian Arabic Order Nobles of the Mystic Shrine, Prince Hall Affiliation celebrated Jubilee Day yesterday to mark the 1929 decision by the U.S. Supreme Court that allowed blacks to establish fraternal orders such as the Masons. Roswell A. Taylor Sr., imperial potentate of the group from Alexandria, Va., was one of those who officiated at the TAYLOR ceremony held at the Union Baptist Church in the 1200 block of Druid Hill Ave. ':1 l Mr By Clarence B. Garrett Evemning Sun Staff Putting on flowery face: Lois Pusateri paints a happy face with flowers for Dorothy Humphrey at the flower and craft mart sponsored by the Highlandtown Merchants Association in the 400 block of S. Highland Ave. Saturday. Y J L.1 3-ccnt tax rata drop proposed Annapolis residents would see a S-cent rate reduction on their property tax bills next year under a -1 proposal by the city's finance y committee In recommendations . C submitted to the City Council, i committee members proposed dropping uie cuy s property tax rate from the current $2.06 to $2.03. Committee chairman John Hammond, the alderman representing the city's 5th Ward, said the committee originally proposed a S-cent rate reduction. Committee members recommended a 3-cent cut instead after learning that health insurance premiums for city employees were expected to rise substantially next year, he added The mayor and city aldermen will bold a public hearing on the budget June 11, then take final action by June 30. Besides the $2.06 city tax rate, Annapolis homeowners currently pay $1.78 per $100 of assessed value in property taxes to Anne Arundel County. The county, however, recently gave city dwellers a 10-cent tax break dropping the rate to $1.68 for next year. Discolored tap water: Tap water in Anne Arundel County homes may be temporarily discolored this week as the utilities department flushes fire hydrants and checks water pressure. Discoloration is caused by the loosening of iron deposits in water mains. The water is safe to drink and cook with, said utilities director Thomas H. Neel, but it may affect laundry. Residents experiencing discoloration may call the utilities department at 768-7888 to request a washing out of their water connections. Two judges appointed: Gov. Harry R. Hughes has appointed two judges to serve on the circuit and district courts in Anne Arundel County, including the first woman. Hughes picked Robert H. Heller Jr., 42, of Severna Park, to fill a Circuit Court vacancy created by the retirement Friday of Judge James L. Wray. He selected Martha Wyatt, 44, an Annapolis lawyer, to succeed Arthur A. Anderson on the Anne Arundel County District Court Anderson retires June 14. Wyatt will the first female judge in the county and is the ninth female judge in the 88-member state District Court system. Hearing on zoning changes Baltimore County residents who live in the 3rd or 5th j vvulItullUIIUl. KCl U1C1T r--y chance this week to sound off on proposed zoning changes in those ( 1 1 v !i areas- S. L nS Tomorrow at 7 p.m. is the V? County Council public hearing for the 3rd District, encompassing Reisterstown-Owings Mills and the rural north county. The hearing will be held at Franklin Senior High School, 12000 Reisterstown Road. Thursday night at 7 p.m. is the 5th District hearing at Kenwood High School, Stemmers Run Road and Marlyn Avenue. The 5th District includes Essex-Middle River. County layoffs: Fifteen Baltimore County employees hired with federal funds to help disadvantaged and displaced workers are being laid off because of declining financing from the VS. Labor Department, the county economic development director said. The layoffs in the county's jobless-assistance program are the first since the Jobs Training Partnership Act replaced the old Comprehensive ' Employment and Training Act in October. Robert L. Hannon, the economic director, said the ; 15 employees losing their jobs are members of the administrative staff at the central JTPA office in Towson. There were 43 positions in all at the office. ; Thirty-nine field positions held by people actually involved in retraining workers are also under review, but no reductions are imminent, Hannon said. Surgery no help for man's hand j A Harford County man who had hoped for reconstructive surgery . after getting his right hand caught ! in a blade of a lawnmower has been i told by doctors at Union Memorial Hospital that reattaching portions . of several severed fingers would be ' unsuccessful. Ronald W. Heagy, 40, of Forest Hill, lost portions of four fingers when his riding mower tipped over on a ; slight incline shortly before noon Saturday and he got ' his fingers caught in the blade as be tried to push himself away from the mower, police and hospital officials said. A State Police helicopter took Heagy to the hospital Union Memorial's hand-trauma center serves Maryland, Delaware and Virginia. Tree planted to honor teacher Students and staff at the Ellicott City Middle School have planted a six-foot blue spruce in front of the school in honor of Oliver W. Munson, t a teacher at the school who disappeared in February. The school's parent-teacher organization also added $800 to the reward being offered for information about Munson 's disappearance. The Baltimore County Police Department is also offering a $1,000 reward for ' information about Munson's whereabouts. Munson, 39, lived in the 600 block of Orpington Road in Catonsville. An industrial arts teacher at the school for 17 years, Munson was last seen Feb. 13 in . front of his house, police said. Baltimore County police ask anyone with information about Munson to call either 494-2176 or ' 494-2198. From staff and wire reports t 1 Scores, grades fop concerns crt fair By William Douglas Evening Sun Staff Judy Cohen sifted through the University of Vermont recruitment materials on the table and explained why she was rep1 resenting her school at a college fair at Baltimore's Jewish Community Center. "Students can relate to other students," said Cohen, a Pikesville resident and a sophomore at Vermont "When a student asks an older school official about partying, what are they going to say?" About 500 high school students attended yesterday's fair, which was sponsored through the Associated Jewish Charities and Welfare Fund. Student representatives from 45 schools, including Towson State, Harvard, Duke, Tulane and the University of Pennsylvania, were on hand to field questions. The top questions, the student representatives said, concerned Scholastic Aptitude Test scores, grade point averages, admission standards and the amount of academic pressure placed on students. However, questions also focused on the social aspects of college: What's the food like? How important are fraternities and sororities? What's the cheapest way to get home? What's the partying like on campus? "That's the question people ask me," Cohen said. "In the town Burlington, Vt there are around 60 bars. The University of Vermont has been known as a party school. We're trying to change that" Steve Gross, a 19-year-old Harvard sophomore, said most of the high school students asked him about the myths that surround the famed school in Cambridge, Mass. "Everyone thinks we're taught by undergraduate students and not professors," Gross said. "That's not true. People are worried that there's a lot of pressure and a lot of competition. They also ask what type of person Harvard is looking for." Beth Reichmister, 19, a junior at the Washington University in St Louis, said a lot of students asked her about the social life at the university and the easiest way to get home. "We try to make campus life active as possible because off-campus life is limited," Reichmister said. "We get a lot of questions about air fare because we are in the Midwest" Many of the high school students at the fair said they had not settled on a college and they found talking to other students, rather than college administrators, helpful. "What I'm looking for in a school are different points of view," said Kathy Kolodner, 16, a Pikesville High junior. "I want to know is it really hard, are they students under pressure and what's the social life like." Sandi Friedrick, another' 16-year-old Pikesville student, said she is looking for the "college experience." "I want to go to a school that has a lot to do," she said. "I don't want to go to a school in the middle of nowhere. I want a real college experience or to go to school near a big city." SMCIAl NOTICES -W. Peanens., OW fcwWy, OU GeLf We Makf Uam Livingston's Leon Oftke, Inc. SOI I Mto. Si. 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