The Baltimore Sun from Baltimore, Maryland on September 23, 1988 · 83
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Friday, September 23, 1988
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ANNE ARUNDEL COUNTY SUN FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 23, 1988 3 'Adopt-A-Stream' relies on volunteer cleanups CREEK Continued from Page 2 ey or labor, employee for the state natural resources employees developed and organized the program, she said. "The work these people will be doing proves what can be happen when people cooperate," Governor Schaefer said in a prepared statement. Officials say the program illustrates concerns that pollution In Maryland's waterways will find its way to the bay. The Back Creek parcel was chosen because it Is the site of a former city wastewater treatment plant. The property was frequently a Shorts YWCA schedules classes for parents The YWCA of Annapolis and Anne Arundel County will offer the following course this month at the YWCA Parenting Center. Baldwin Hall, Millersville. Parent Effectiveness Training Support Group The next meeting is from 7 to 9:30 p.m. on Tuesday, Nov. 15. The group is designed to help program graduates maintain good parenting skills. The fee is $4 for both sessions. Information: 721-9636. Career workshops offered by YWCA A series of six career workshops will be offered at the YWCA Women's Centers In Severna Park and Annapolis. The workshops will meet from 7:30 to 9:30 p.m. Tuesdays from Sept. 20 to Oct. 25. at the Severna Park YWCA, 17 Cypress Creek Road. The sessions will be repeated from 10 a.m. to noon Wednesdays from Sept. 21 through Oct. 26, at the Women's Center. 167 Duke of Gloucester St., Annapolis. The first two workshops cover skills recognition, the second two explain how to write an effective Custom-fit ComfortCare" Dentures are specially designed back teeth allow better fit no wobble no slipping sore spots. And. if you've been told you SECOND OPINION! Andrew Gruver. DDS 407 Crain Highway SE Glen Burnie. MD 21061 nighttime gathering place for local teens who littered the area with cans, bottles and other refuse. Officials say debris from the site, 1 50 feet of waterfront along Back Creek, eventually winds up in the bay. Annapolis and county officials are working together to develop the site, which is owned jointly by the two jurisdictions, as a public park. Preliminary plans call for walking trails, a pier and picnic areas. Some materials will be supplied by the Johnson lumber company and Hechinger's. with food and drink for volunteers provided by Hardee's and Pepsi Cola of Annapolis. resume, and the last two provide Job-hunting strategies and interview techniques. The $40 fee covers all six workshops, Interest testing, videotaped practice interviews, employer information and individual career advising. YWCA membership of $15 also is required. Displaced homemakers, those over 35 who have lost their main source of income through separation, divorce, death or disability of a spouse, may take the workshop on a sliding scale fee of up to $4. Information: 267-6020. Courses offered in writing, birds "Effective Writing." a course designed for older adults, will be offered at Anne Arundel Community College's Arnold campus from 10 a.m. to noon Wednesdays, Sept. 28 to Nov. 16. Part of the LIFE program (Learning is for Everyone) and taught by free-lance writer Donna E. Boetig, the course has been in development for the last two years. "Migrant Birds of Chincoteague" will be taught at the Arnold campus from 7 to 9 p.m. Tuesday, Sept. 27 and moves to Chincoteague for the weekend of Oct. 1 -2. On-site lectures on bird behavior, migration study methods and conservation issues are featured. LOWI DENTURE PROBLEM? the closest to natural teeth! 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John Wright, criminal investigations chief. Once an FBI laboratory in Washington, D.C., is done testing semen recovered from the woman. Captain Wright said, police will seek warrants for blood samples from the three suspects to see if any of them match the blood type. At least one of the men knows he Is a suspect because police have interrogated him, the cap HEALTH FAIR Southgate Pharmacy Saturday, Sept. 24 9 AM-4 PM Come see the latest in ostomy, products, wound care, insulins. Pepsi will be here to provide refreshments. We will be running a special promotion on AccuCheck strips and machines on this day only! FREE BLOOD SUGAR SCREENINGS We have invited the following companies to attend: MedUector (Needle free Insulin Injection system) Ms. Hope Wilson Holllster Ms. Jean Riley Coma Tec (Squibb) Marianne Percy . Squibb Novo A.A. County Health Dept. Literature only Upjohn Healthcare Service Representative American Heart Association Representative SPECIAL! 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"The best we can hope for in any investigation is physical evidence or an eyewitness," he said. "He left something there at the scene." The FBI lab is also analyzing Ms. Greenberg's fingernails to see if she might have scratched her slayer or pulled out some of his hair. Captain Wright said. And her clothes are being examined for any fibers that might be tied to her killer. Police have traced Ms. Greenberg's movements until about four hours before she was killed. She had been partying until midnight with friends, in celebration of Independence Day. Betsy Slpes (Author) Care ot the Elderly Arundel Hospice, Inc. Representative American Cancer Society Representative CAMP (Breast Prosthesis) Literature only DIGITAL THERMOMETER U5 FOR PEOPLE WITH DIABETES- From Accu-Chek II She was last seen leaving an Eastport bar, and police have estimated her time of death at about 4 a.m. Although police have not absolutely ruled out the possibility that Ms. Greenberg consented to intercourse before her death, they believe she was raped. Captain Wright would not on comment whether an autopsy showed any trauma to the vaginal area, saying such a question could betray Ms. Greenberg's killer during a polygraph test. "We know the answer, but then again, so does the person who had sex with her," the captain said. Police are convinced Ms. Greenberg knew her slayer because friends said she would not have left a bar with a stranger. "If someone had sex with her after midnight and had not killed her, I would think they would have come forward by now," Captain Wright said. Police also hope the FBI lab will conclusively show where Ms. Greenberg was killed. They have no proof that she was killed at the jetty where her body was found, but a large quantity of blood was found on the rocks near her body, and there was no trail leading to the area, Captain Wright said. Mr. John Cameron AccuCheck Representative Ms. Elaine Tracy Ostomy Association American Diabetes Association A.A. County Chapter 7hR- Sh9fl I UU JJ.J -7 1 ..

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