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Largo Representative Wins Expanded Custody After Wife’s Public Comments

In an increasingly acrimonious divorce, a Calvert County judge last week gave U.S. Rep. Albert R. Wynn, D-Largo, increased time with his daughter and admonished the congressman and his estranged wife not to disparage each other in public.<@SM><@SM><TAB>The congressman charged in court that Jessie Wynn, his estranged wife, violated a court order by making allegations in campaign advertisements for his opponent, Republican John B. Kimble, that hurt his 6-year-old daughter.

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CORRECTION

The square footage of the Franklin High School design project listed in the AIA design awards story on Oct. 18 should read 51,000 square feet. The Daily Record regrets the error.

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Prince George’s Councilman Suspends Practice of Law

<TAB>A Prince George’s County councilman has decided to stop practicing law in Maryland rather than endure an investigation into whether he mishandled his clients’ cases and legal fees.<@SM><@SM><TAB>By giving up his 17-year-old law practice, Thomas R. Hendershot, 66, ended an inquiry that threatened to tarnish his political career. The loss of the license will not affect Hendershot’s council seat, which expires in 2002.

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CALENDAR – October 23, 2000

Monday, October 23Seminar“The First Step to Starting Your Own Business” by the Maryland Small Business Development Center at 9 a.m. at Business Employment Resource Center, 224 N. Center St., Westminster. Free. For information, call 410-848-1197. Tuesday, October 24Convention“TechNite 2K: Celebrating ...

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WEEK IN REVIEW

<b><u>Lewin Announces Resignation</u></b><@SM><@SM><i>Top Economic Development Official Set to Return to the Private Sector</i><@SM><@SM><TAB>To the surprise of many in government and business, Maryland Department of Business and Economic Development Secretary <b>Richard C. Mike Lewin</b> announced that he will step down as the state

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