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   Capital, The (Newspaper) - February 20, 1986, Annapolis, Maryland                               Classified- 268-7000 Circulation 268-4800 Tomorrow's Mere rain For eta page FEBRUARY 25 GOOD Senate OKs land-use criteria Photographer Marion War renwfflafte a on recent trip to the People'i Republic of CUM it I tonight Maryland Han for the Crea- tire Constitution Avenue and Greenfield Street. Admit- beneflti Historic Annapo- Inc. AREA Legislators are seeking a two-year delay in the require- ment that high school students pass a writing test to graduate. LIVINQ A sunburn in Don't laugh. It's not so unusual. Page 13. __ DINING OUT Bella's Bee Hive Inn isn't fancy but the food and prices are terrific. Page 35. JUST POLITICS Annapolis Democrat John Paatelides plans to make his bid for the 4th Congressional District seat official next week. Page A SOUTH COUNTY A Shady Side campground is undergoing some major im- provements. 7. STATE Maryland is selling bonds at the lowest interest rate since puie President Ferdmafld Mar- won converts jpesterday. I SPORTS The Washington Capitals were disappointed with a 44 tie Ust night against Montreal PEOPLE Author James Mkbeaer was recuperating in stable condi- yesterday after undergo- quintaple heart bypass of- IfidaH at Se- ton Medical Crater in Tex- laid a profes- sor emeritus at the Unl- ___ versity of was boapitaUsed Satur- day after complaining of cheat pains. Doctors operated Sua- day said hospital woman Uada McFariand. did not hare a heart attack. They did detect some and the doctors de- cided newt was as good a time aay to pertanr bypast Ma. McFariasd Duriag bypass surgeoas jemove Tains from aootber part of the body and nta them to- replace dogged Ms. McFariand said. Ste said the operation is fairly common. Among Mkbeaer's books is the besUeittag novel wbkhteOs fte history of the state .aad its people. Other ajajor wfrks By PAT RIVIERE Staff Writer Despite fierce opposition from Eastern Short tot Senate yesterday tenta- tively approved a resolution adopting land development criteria for the Chesapeake Bay's Shore legislators object All five Anne Arundel County senators voted for tot which passed 41-5. A final vote on the measure is expected next week. Meanwhile the House Environmental Matters Committee will hear testimony today on an identical resolution The resolution cannot be amended and mSst be accepted or rejected this year. But legislators can introduce bins any time chang- ing toe criteria developed by the 25-member Critical Areas Commission. The legislation creating the commission was toe centerpiece of Oov. Harry Hughes' 1M4 legislative package beginning the bay cleanup. The criteria developed by the commission must be used by 16 counties and 44 municipali- including Annapolis and Anne Arundel in devising their land-use plans for a buffer along the bay's shoreline and its tributaries. If the resolution passes the General Assem- bly this jurisdictions will have about a year and a half to implement their plans. If it the commission must revise the criteria and the revised criteria would automatically. become effective next year. want to clean up the but I don't want phony attempts to clean up the bay. Thfr is a phony attempt to clean up toe said Frederick D-Dorchester. going to ram it down our throats. You don't want development on the Eastern Shore. You want to turn us back into a Malkus fought supporters of the at one point turning to Sen. Sidney D- saying.it was easy for Kramer to support the bin because he would not be affected. County cows use these they urinate and excrete in streams that go into riven that hive more effect on the bay than the Eastern Malkus said. Malkus also went after Sen. Gerald Wine- laying he didn't see him talking about the pollution from Arundel an did not speak on the bill. Malkus said the urban legislators wanted to keep the Eastern Shore undeveloped they can come down here and bird watch and everything else and we won't have enough funds to educate our Malkus said. Malkus also accused Hughes of supporting the critical areas criteria to further his political career. J governor upstairs made this phony oa Page CoL Woman stabbed School chiefs wife attacked By DAN CASEY Staff Writer In an apparently unprovoked at- the wife of county School Superintendent Robert C. Bice Was stabbed five times early this morn- ing by a man In front of her Arnold county police said. Susannah of Sflverleaf was in stable condition tills morning at Anne Arundel General said Lisa hospital spokeswoman. Mrs. who is being treated for stab wounds to the upper chest and was admitted to a regular patient Mrs. HOlman said. Rice was attacked at a.m. in the couple's front yard by a county police spokesman. Mrs. .Bice not robbed and pouce have no motive or suspects in It appears to be a MoBoysaid. aMitetiita tid8 was shocked when be news shortly after get- ting off a plane in San where he is attending afl American Association of School Ad- ministrators convention. The superintendent scrambled to get the first flight according to school officials. He is expected to arrive late this afternoon. After the Rice's described as a husky black man in his jumped into a dark-colored station which sped off. The car was apparently driven by another per- Molloy said. Mrs. who told police she didn't immediately realise she had been went inside her home to call police said. After discovering she was bleed- she went next where a neighbor called said U. Michael head of the Crimes Against Persons section. just thought had hit Molloy said The attack occurred while Mrs. Rice was unloading baggage from her car. She had driven to her home from BtttaMrt-Waakufioa Airport following a flight from Dal- where she had atteaded a aeas Fhxgftboas said. She first noticed the suspects' car oa College about two miles from her home in Hidden Fftzgibbons said. ea Page CaL LOST IN A FOG Undeterred by the two boaters rowed their Meti eunaugfi Into the fog on Spa Creek yeetetttoy. Fog and wW tpoftt far flee yesterday daring a prior to a Senate hearing on bffli repealing Blue Laws. Blue Chamber joins repeal forces By PAT RIVIERE Staff Writer Two major business organizations have joined together for the first time to support repeal of the ban on Sunday sales in the greater Baltimore metropolitian area. The Maryland Chamber of Commerce and the Maryland Retail Merchants Association are support- ing repeal of the se-caQed this year. Peter J. president of the Maryland Chamber of said the chamber decided to support repeal because ol surveys showing consunv ers wanted repeal aid because the Maryland Retail Merchants Association voted list was sponsored by Marylan- coaBtfon of retailers who last shoppers in Baltimore County mails tojpiejtip urging repeal Gary spokesman for the said shoppers signed about cards. The cards are now being sorted according to legislative district and wffl be seat to members of the House of a matter of moving the .people to the Anxier far they've only heard from Brof law repeal has become an annual battle for the General Assembly. In Baltimore City and all counties except Prince Geroge's and Sunday sales are prohibited at most large department stores. Stores may remain open if they have six or fewer employees afl stores are allowed to open the Sundays between Thaaksgiv- .tagaiid Christmas. Religious objections to Sunday sales the basis for blue laws in the 17th century have given way to ea Page CoL Housing chief ouster sought By KEVIN DEAWBAUGH Staff Writer Public housing tenants win picket a City Council meeting Monday night to demand the resignation of Arthur 6. StrUsel executive director of the AnaapoHs Housing sources said. Forty tenant group includ- ing Alderman Carl 0. D- Ward met at a Murray Hffl home until late last night to plan the protest Saowdea said be will also intro- duce a resolution to the council Monday calling for Strissel to until the Federal Bureau of Investigation has completed an in- vestigation of the authority. FBI and U.S. Department of Hous- ing and Urban Development spokes- men have confirmed that the which manages 10 public boosing projects and a S3 million annual is under investigation for unspecified allegations of fraud. Strissel has been invited by Mayor Dennis Callahan to address the council Monday night on a separate issue. A spokesman for Strissel said he plans to attend the meeting. The meeting is slated to convene at p.m. The organ- ised by the Resident Advisory Board and the Aane Arundel Coalition of is scheduled to begin at p.m. Striseel haa beta invited to-the council to discuss piaas to relocate tenants of Bloomsbary a housing project oa St John's Street that is planned for partial tion. Employees of the bousing authori- ty were reportedly among those present it the Murray Hill planning session last night. Former and current employees of the authority have told The CtfttMl that director since is the target of the FBI investigation. Aa FBI spokesman refused to ceauatat further this morniag. Strissel said the investigation comes as setback and a He- called allegations that he has misused his position at- tempts by disgruntled ex-employees ta Page CeL SEARCH OVER Annapolis Hotel operator named ByDKBBA VlADFHO Wrlirr Herison Hcrttli Ltd minageri of 30 io Uw UiutMi sutM tod Caribbe- ta to operate the just- Aaaapotta Hotel M West Street The oftfritart to opea the hotel tor bastem arooMl mtt-aftrdi. eoadbrtkai an exteo- atrt uM R. of Plata Watt AaaitiaUi. of the atulba haw It UM aaaouace came over The hotel hid been to December Since tht developers interviewed 4S preapsctive tome of whom visit- ed Stuxla Mid. BorisoB wai amoag the devetop- tn' flail MTM HoriMA HoteU ii a lo-rear-oid eompany. baaed to New York aad that haa aad both iaAspeadeat and ckaiB resorts aod conference have dtaeaaU'ated the tie fWtory httt Hi tfeevptect propertiM a Z74-rtMB Betel aad VQUs la ft a   

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