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Capital, The (Newspaper) - March 4, 1986, Annapolis, Maryland In Company buys a piece of the pit. see PAGEg Tuesday struggle to CAA final. SeePAQK17 Talk of Will the traffic jams ever SEE PAGE 25 HOWELL MICROFILMS P 0. BOX 1558 LAUREL MD 20707 Circulation News-Business 268-5000 lie Overcast For pago 7. VOL Cl NO. 53 MARCH 25 Ctnti Two Crofton men arrested Albert executive dl- rector of Nuclear Free Amerl- will diicuii a propoied City Council reiolution to de- clare Annapolii a nuclear free at tonight at the Pint Baptiit Church of East- 808 Cheiapeake The publk it ARtA Some merchanti criticise po- lice protection Page 23 BU8INJ88 Burglariei plague Arundel Ptgt JNTMTAINMtNT hai all the trippiagi of yet another Amer- ican National Theatre extrava- Page STATt Hughei a amneity Ptgt NATION tax communiit rebeli in Nicara- By DAN CASEY Staff Writer The co-owner of a Crofton gun and a real eitate agent were arreited lait week after being linked to a manive cocaine ring itretching from Maryland to South federal offieiali iaid In raidi lait Thuriday on four Crofton locationi and a houie in federal agenti and county police alio diicovered a imall arse- nal of weaponi and Police found machine illtnc- two live hand grenades and a tophiiticated that one coun- ty police lource deicribed ai having uie other than to aiianinate A complaint filed Friday in District Court in Baltimore alleges that one of the James of his received at least 20 poundi of cocaine by courier from Florida in the pait two said Robert i Drug Enforce- ment Agtncy The complaint also links Corbett with a drug-relatid shooting in Prince George's County on O'Leary of 1526 Defense Highway in and Brett of Farmington were each charged with conspiracy to distrib- ute O'Leary Corbett is co-owner of East Coast Law Enforcment and Hunting Sup- 2151 Defense Terill Is an agent with Real Estate 2130 Defense police A federal grand jury Is conducting hearings on evidence seized in the and more Indictments are O'Leary The raids were carried out be- tween and 3 p.m. Thursday after agenti from the Internal Revenue the Bureau of Al- Tobacco and Firearms and county narcotics detectives met be- hind'the K Mart store in police sources A small amount of cocaine was seized inside Corbett's gun shop. County pallet sources described the shop as with machine guns and including Ingram small pistol-line machine Two live hand grenades were found In a safe at Corbett's O'Leary Also found In the gun shop was a James Bond-style machine gun dls- guiied as a police sources A silencer-equipped Ingram was mounted inside the with the gun's trigger sticking out of the sources All the guns and silencers seised including- the are on The United will toon be reaping considerable bene- from tiie fan in oil 8PORT8 A Senate committee chair- man layi Marylanden.who want a new iporti itadium ihould be able to help pay for it through an income tax checkoff lystem. Page 17. Dr. whoie Grinch and other characters are beloved by hai turned his attention to a new group of readers former chil- dren. The published to coincide with the au- thor's 82nd birthday js Only Old the first adult book in almost SO years by Theodore Senss whose pen name is Dr. Seuss. But is it really an adult The outgrowth of Geisel s trips to the hospital for heart problems and other Only Old tells the woeful tale of an elderly patient's trip to a typically Seuss-like the en Years Clinic on Century Square for Spleen Readjust- ment and Muffler Repair The book adheres to the mual Dr. Seuu with whimsical and a cast of that would fit nicely in Cat in the or For a look at other people in MWI tee ptft 3 LOTTfRY drawn 4M. IHDCX Bufteoas Cafcadar Croeetitd WiotobyKtlthHirwy SCIENTISTS Karon and John Mundrt atretch net aeroaa crook to chock ipawnlng flah. ACID TEST DNR seeks to halt decline of perch By EFFIE COTTMAN Staff Writer Three net-toting scientists waded into icy county streams last week and prepared to catch every fish that shows up this spring. But the nets strung across North Branch and three other tributaries Tuesday won't interfere with other fishermen or reduce the number of yellow perch that head north to spawn. the barriers will delay migration just long enough to show how many fish spawn in local waters. From that basic scientists hope to learn whether acid rain is killing young fish. The project is designed to test a Swedish method of neutralizing stream according to Jay a biologist for the state Department of Natural Resources Sweden has successfully im- proved fish reproduction by pump ing lime into waters with high acid he said. The Maryland project funded through the sale of a ter fishing could heip reverse the dramatic decline yellow a species that once lured thousands of anglers to fresh water streams in Anne Arundei O'Dell said. After the rush of migrating perch slowed to a then groupd almost to a he said. Although fishing still is permit- catches are slim throughout most of the he said. O'Dell suspects that pollutant- laden rainfall raises acid levels high enough to kill eggs laid in the streams. During the past water sampled from local streams showed unusually low pH. indicat- acid he said. are becoming increas- ingly O'Dell said. want to prove if acid rain oa Page Col. Mid accused of cocaine use Severna Park athlete suspended By 1FFIE COTTMAN A Naval hai been ww from the and may be expelled from school after a urine test allegedly revealed tracei of cocaine. Midshipman lit Clan Jeff Belliitri of Severna Park denied uiing the illicit drug and iaid he hai taken two He-detector tests to exonerate him- He laid he wai told lait week that academy officiali believe he ihould be expelled from hii coach impended him from the lacrosse team. couldn't believe iaid Bellli- of the allegationi. athlete with a perfect conduct Belliitri iaid he never had been in trouble at the academy. Now hii academic career is in limbo and hii hopes of becoming a Marine Corps pilot are in serious jeopardy just two months before graduation. who was spending spring break at home this agreed to discuss the charges to explain why he would not be playing in the opening lacrosse match today at Rutgers. A graduate of Severna Park High Bellistri is one of the leading scorers on the academy with 14 goals and 15 assists last year and 11 goals and seven assists his sopho- more year. An academy spokesman confirmed that Bellistri is involved in a conduct case still under review. But he refused comment on specif- ic citing federal privacy laws. The Naval Academy has been conducting random drug testing for several according to Lt. Cmdr Stephen H. public affairs officer. Since the academy has JEFF BELLISTRI 'couldn't bollovo tested students each month for evidence of cocaine and other illegal drugs. TV o ofthose urine teits revealed posit ve he said. Both easel are under review. Under academy any stu- dent convicted of using drugs is Clawson said. No midshipmen has been dis- charged for drugs since February Clawson said. And until this school no urine samples yielded positive results. Bellestri was tested Nov. the Tuesday morning after Veteran's Day holiday. He was notified two later that the analysis showed traces of cocaine. Bellistri said he thinks a mistake was made the morning of the on Page 8. Col. ACLU opposes drug tests for federal workers. Page 2. Late for Any excuse will do By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS NEW YORK In most llvei of quiet the job is arrived at or not at because the battery wai or the train or the subway late. Then there's the guy who aayi he stayed home because he thought Halloween was i holiday give their boiaei remarkably creative explanations for being absent or according to a survey of 100 who whit ununuial alibis they had hoard Half employment firm which tip I'd a odd of iU not talking abort standard Hildaid. talking about othor kioda oi tycoon of armorod ear la toot of and 110 buu itirud One guy said he stayed home because he thought Halloween was a holiday. spend the morning having them ilurtd stole one of my on the wai having breakfast at a coffee shop when I at the The waitress didn't me up until 9 JO partial to blaming other for ibaencl or at In huabaod forgot where paTkod our car afttr from his parry last and son set all cloeki back at to binning dumb animals iwnJtoot spoko for first so I vattetf lor Mm to do M afata 1 including dog got hold of my toupee and hid it some- where in the Other forms of lift were accused of causing delays. spotted what looked like i flying and 1 followed it on the highway for about SI reported one tardy employee. still don't know what It was A similar spirit of scientific inquiry waa by another who toM the boat that didn't get any iltep the couple of I stayed up looking for Rat As might be the tuptrnatural if not unusual in tales of the fuant. iitroloffr mt not to to wort before noon OB tolatntd But Thounai of Marketiaf IBC of the oi __ ejuwdM ralni by ti JttS
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