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Capital, The (Newspaper) - March 5, 1986, Annapolis, Maryland Navy wins CAA heads for NCAAs A. HOWELL MICROFILMS BOX I AUULL MD Ne he Tomorrow's mild For see page 11. VOL Cl NO. 54 MARCH 25 Cents GOOD DON'T FORGET A spaghetti dinner is spon- sored by the senior class of Broadneck Senior High School from 6 to 9 tonight at the 1265 Green Holly Drive. Tickets will be sold at the door son and three teens are charged with trying murder her husband. Page 31 CHEF'S CHOICE Kitty Kirby serves as the county legislative delegation's Page 13. BUSINESS BankAmerica rejects a billion overture Page 40. ENTERTAINMENT An all-Mozart program at Maryland Hall was an event of significance. Page 34. IN WASHINGTON A National Gallery of Art exhibit celebrates the 150th an- niversary of Winslow Homer. Page 35. STATE A bill to bar 'students with AIDS from public schools draws opposition from health officials. Page 4. Ferdinand E. his net ministers are implicated In plotting to kill Benigno Aquino Page 2. The chances of getting quick refund from the Internal Revenue Service are consider- ably better than at this time a year ago. Page 3. SPORTS Severna Park is upset by Woodlawn in regional playoffs. Page 25 PEOPLE Lifelong language difficulty helped power Jackie Stewart to worldwide the Grand Prix champion race car driver says told students Monday at The Adventure School in suburban Detroit that he suffers from a disorder that in some cases causes letters to appear trans- posed He said he cannot recite the alphabet and also cannot remember how to spell. think I may ndt be as successful as I am today had it not been for the Stewart told students at the school for children with learn- ing disabilities worked har- der for the achievement For a look at other people in the news see page 3 CORRECTION A story in The CMpital yes- terday incorrectly reported the real estate agency where a suspect in cocaine distribu- tion ring was employed Brett Temll is an agent at Real Estate Professionals Inc on Defense Highway in Crof- ton LOTTERY Numbers drawn Three-digit 441. Pick 4 Sill INDEX 4 sections. 41 pages Calendar Classified Ads cohuaas Crossword Editorials BBtertaiament OMtuarfes Beat Sports Teterlsioaasthigi 40 II .47 42 10 M-JI 11 1122 15 Man shot in cocaine theft By DAN CASEY Staff Writer In apparent revenge for a drug ripoff two weeks a 55-year-old man was gunned down outside a Severna Park area real estate of- fice yesterday county police said. The Raymond of no fixed was in critical weapons found in car Highway north of Earleigh Heights police said. Detectives last night found a 1- kilogram of at least 90 percent pure cocaine estimated to have a street value of drug loaded an electric stun- and a box of .25-caliber police said. The shooting is tied to a Baltimore county drug investiga- another a 1985 blue sub-com- pact with Texas police said. At least two people inside the real estate office observed the and detectives were interviewing followed onto the lot by two other vehicles. Witnesses saw at least two men confront the victim on the police said. Inside the workers heard two loud gunshots before they ran outside and found the man lying face down on a grassy area be- tween the highway shoulder and packing lot. said.. pital in a spokeswoman said. Weber was shot at least once in the chest at p.m. in a parking lot outside Gary Hart on the southbound side of Ritchie appaieiitly stole UHT CTE Drug charges caine two weeks and indica- tions are the shooting occurred as unidentified drug dealers were trying to get the cocaine police said. Also found in the trunk were a eber are pending his release from the hospi- police said. A yellow van used as a getaway vehicle by Weber's assailants was found abandoned last night in Dun- and police are still looking for anyone in the realty office. not a customer. No one here knows him. It's totally non- related to business. He just hap- pened to pull into the parking Hart said. The victim's car apparently was had been Hart said. Underneath the Buick detectives recovered a clear plastic bag containing at least 1 ounce of suspected cocaine divided into four small police said. on Page Col. HANDGUN AND suspected cocaine were found next to Weber's car. COUNTY POLICE roped off the area around Weber's car yesterday afternoon and interviewed witnesses. vidsonville exec By DEBRA VIADERO Business Writer When Wfllard Rouse set out to build a plush million executive conference Center in he hadn't counted on opposition from the neighbors. 'If we build something with that much open how could they nail us to the cross'1 he said. He found out last night when more than 250 Davidsonville residents turned out to hear the final details of Accused mid may resign By EFFIE COTTMAN Staff Writer A Severna Park midshipman is considering restfcjmg from the Na val Academy rather than face expul- sion for suspected drug use Midshipmen 1st Class Jeff Belhstri said academy officials offered to let him resign by 8 a TO tomorrow with no further obligation to the military. If be he could be expelled and required to serve as an enlisted rman to repty the Navy for his be said. of this who was charged after a random urine test last fall revealed traces of said he has not decided to accept the Navy's offer He is sched- uled to graduate in May An academy spokesman declined comment of the reported offer. But any mid facing discharge for failing grades or honor violations has the right to according to Lt. Cmdr. Stephen H. public affairs officer. The last student facing expulsion for in February opted to he said a 23 year-old midfielder the academy lacrosse maintains his imaoeence He said be bis urine sample was misia beted during the confusion of testing an entire company at 5 45 a m oo Nov Officers who conducted bearings on the cate recommended that Bel- listri be discharged Unless Bellistri kit will be decided by his company's plans for a confer- ence center on the South River near Route 50 The standing-room-only crowd was a mix of residents who supported the curious neighbors residents who can we stop The turnout was the largest in 10 years for a Davidsonville Area Civic Association said R Gray- don president of the group. In the course of the meet- residents voiced concerns about traffic on nearby Rutland Road and the adequacy of the project's water and sewer among other things. They feared that patrons drink in the conference cen- ter's bar and then travel Davidson- ville roadways. at the heart of most was fear that an executive confer- ence center would open the way for more commercial development in that rural south county doesn't make any difference whether it's a hotel or a conference center. It's commercial and we don't want commercial development said Davidsonville resident Louis his comment drawing applause. Those sentiments prompted owner of Rouse Associates of to come to Davidsonville and make a personal appeal. are not here to rape your he said. Rouse and his colleagues painted a portrait of an executive conference center as a type of SAVED Arnold girl gets liver transplant By SCOTT LAUTENSCHLACER Staff Writer A midnight phone call last month to the Arnold home of Jack and Belinda Manley saved a child's life A liver donor had been found for their 2-year-old Megan and a surgeon was flying to Oregon to the liver Arrangements were quickly made for a charter flight to Dallas where the transplant Vould be performed Megan has spent her short life racing along the cutting edge of medical just one step ahead of a rare disorder called tyrosmemia. been on the prayer chain since she was said Megan s grandmother. Barbara VanBav- el Megan and her parents armed in Dallas on Feb. 22 just eight hours after getting the phone call They rushed to Children s Medical where Megan spenj 7H hours in receiving a new liver. doing So far. so Mrs Manley said last week from where Megan will have to stay for several weeks recuperating in the hospital and receiving outpatient treatment. Megan's case is unusual for two accord- ing to Dr David Valle. Megan's physician at Johns Hopkins Hospital tyrosmemia is occurring only once in 50.000 to live be said transplantation is a very new form of medical treatment done at only a few hospitals in the United Dr Valle said. As a Megan is only the fourth or fifth tyrotioemia victim to receive a liver transplant in this country. Dr Tyrosmemia is a genetic disorder caused by deficiency of an needed to ntetabolhte the TWO-YEAft-OLD in her Arnold Dallas recovering Manley plays with s toy test Christmas. She Is in a Bver transplant. compound tyrosene. one of the that make up protein molecules. Dr Valle explained WHhout proper victims develop com pi i cations that result in complete liver failure. Dr Valle said. Megan's liver failed at 3 months of but she recovered with the help of nutritional therapy Another common complication of tyrostoernia is development of liver which doctors detected in Megan during recent moqths Her doctors initially thotgbt Megan's tenors were bat the most recent tests indicate that the grewtat are benign. Dr Valle said If those are confirmed. raises an opttmittB that she eowld do very be said. SB Page It. Cel.M campus-like retreat on 708 acres of wooded farmland. Plans call for an 18-hole golf a 250-room conference cen- 10 indoor or outdoor tennis three racquetball a swimming pool and 15 single-family homes Rouse said groups of 25-to-30 exec- utives would use the center for three-to-five-day meetings and con- ferences. that are drinking there on Page CoL Club clash Panel passes Snowden bill By BOB MITCHELL Staff Writer In what could be a preview of a heated City Council Annapo- lis Aldermen Terrie DeGraff and Carl 0 Snowden clashed last night over his bill to deny liquor licenses to private clubs that discriminate. Ms R-Ward and Snow- den. D-Ward debated the measure at a meeting of the City Council Rules Committee which voted 2-1 to send an amended version to the full council for action The amended version of the bill will be introduced to the enaacil Monday night One sponsored by would reqaire private clubs to submit aa affadavit when seeking or renewing s Uquor license that they do not promote discrimina- tion in their bylaws. Without the affadavit. a liquor license may not be renewed or traasfered the bill required SB affadavit showiag that the dab does not engage in aay diaertmiaatery practices. Aldermen Irving I- Ward and Rota Gray. R-Ward voted to refer the bill to the while voted It The meetsag was marked fey sev- eral tested exchaages bKwem Ms. DeGraff aad tve ef the sftFafs Cat
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