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Capital, The (Newspaper) - March 24, 1986, Annapolis, Maryland HOWELL MICROFILMS P 0 BOX 1558 LAUREL Ml Tomorrow's For see page 7. VOL. Cl NO. 70 MARCH 1986 25 Cents s GOOD DON'T FORGET Ronald director of Bell Laboratories Math- ematical Sciences Research will discuss Hard Is It To Find the Shortest at 7 tonight in Ma- han Hall at the Naval Acade- my. The lecture is free and open to the public HEALTH DENTISTS OBJECT to a bill to allow dental hygiemsts more independence Pages. CHARITY CHRISTIAN WORKERS chief says a landlord broke a promise. Page 5 FIRE FOUR CHILDREN and an adult die in Washington blaze Page 5. YOUTH ROCK LYRICS bill opposed. Page 5. ENTERTAINMENT CHILDREN'S FESTIVAL comes to mall. Page 20. AWAY WE GO EASTER FLOWERS are on display at Brookside Gardens. Page 21. STATE BAY DEVELOPMENT lim- its survive House Environmen- tal Matters Committee test. Page 4. CONTRA AID appears likely to win Senate approval. Page 2. PACKWOOD TAX PLAN faces almost certain defeat. Page 3. SPORTS THE CAPITALS beat the Flyers Page 13 PEOPLE SYLVESTER his wife and his brother swept the 6th annual Golden Rasp- berry Awards for the worst in movies. Stallone's First Part was voted 1985's worst film by the 170- member Golden Raspberry Award Foundation in Santa Calif He took the Razzies for worst direc tor and his ac- tress-wife Brigitte Nielsen won for worst supporting actress and new and brother Frank Stallone's tune in Our was picked worst song Miss Nielsen won the worst supporting actress trophy for Stallone's and her worst new star win was based on her performances in and Sonja Stallone won the worst actor category for both and the first time someone has taken the worst actor award for two titles For a look at other people in the see page 3 LOTTERY Numbers drawn Saturday Three-digit Pick 4 Lotto N M 14 25 J4 INDEX 4 SO pages Calendar CUttified Ads Crocfword IdJtoritls SaterUiaatent Barnes OMturies PofccBeat tetfeim 17 22 20.21 I 7 7 11 lf-25 10 .14 Belt bill altered House trims 1-point penalty By PAT RIVIERE Staff Writer The House of Delegates this week is expected to vote on legislation requiring Maryland motorists to buckle their seat belts. After amending the bill Saturday to eliminate the one-point penalty assessed against a violator's driving the House tentatively approved the measure. The Senate version of the which already has passed that does not in- clude the point penalty. Before approving the the House beat back five other amend- ments that would have weakened the bill. One would have required only persons under 18 years old to wear seat belts. Another would have ex- empted rural mail carriers. There was no clear-cut test to indicate whether the bill will have the 71 votes needed for passage on the final roll call. But Hermann K. coordi- nator for the Maryland-Committee for Safety Belt Use said he thought the pattern of voting was favorable for those who want the bill passed. He declined to predict the final outcome. Last year the House Judiciary Committee killed mandatory seat belt bills. The committee last week approved the belt bill with a 16-4 vote. Thomas D-JPrijic.fi saicThe voted for the because statistics from other states convinced him that mandatory seat belt laws save lives. The bill requires the driver and the front seat passenger nearest the door to wear seat belts. Failure to buckle up carries a maximum fine of A driver could not be charged with violating the law unless he was stopped for and charged with another moving viola- tion. Passengers 16 years and older would be ticketed The driver would be ticketed if the passenger not wearing a belt was under 16 years old. The legislation would take effect July 1 Del Curt D-Baltimore who proposed eliminating the one-point argued that fail- ure to wear a seat belt is not a moving violation you are simply a you could get a point for not wearing your seat Anderson said you are an out-of-state you would not get a point Del. Joseph D-Montgom- chairman of the judiciary com- on Page Col. ACTLY Although it was exactly one week before Our Lady of Perpetual Help Roman Catholic Church in Edgewater opted to hold Its annual egg hunt yesterday. Andrea Loscar of hands out a prize to Matthew 7- year-old son of Mr. and Mrs. Tim Malkie of Mayo. Peter 7-year-old son of Mr. and Mrs. John Howe of was among those who joined in the search for eggs. Body may be sailor's Annapolis mate lost in Dec. wreck By BOB MITCHELL Staff Writer A body thought to be that of a missing Annapolis sailor was found yesterday in the Delaware officials said. The body is believed to be that of George F. one of two Annapolis sailors aboard the yacht Freebooter when it sank in the river Dec. 6. A fisherman tending his nets spot- ted the body at said Debbie chief of the Lower Alloway N fire and rescue squad. The fire department was called at a.m and recovered the body in the Delaware River just off Mad Horse Creek in Lower Alloway Ms Garvin said and Marcy also of were aboard the 38-foot yacht when it went down IVi miles off of the N J nuclear power plant. Ms. Wendell is still missing and believed dead. The body was found within two miles of the spot where the boat said a U.S. Coast Guard spokesman in New York. One of the clothing items found was foul-weather gear with Ham- mett's name on Ms. Garvin said. But Dr Vedat Salem N medical said he saw no name on the clothing The body has not been positively Atlig said. It will be turned over to the state medical examiner for an he said. The discovery of the body brings an end to a trying time for Ham- mett's family and said his Nancy L Noyes of Annapo- lis good to have a finish to it to bnng it to a Ms. Noyes said over The body was taken to a local hospital after it was pulled out of the water and examined by the she said. Friends of Hammett declined re- quests from local officials to visually identify the Ms Noyes said his dental records will be provided to make a positive identifi- she said After finding Ham mett's the fire and rescue squad searched for three hours for Ms Wendell but turned up Ms Garvin said It is not unusual for bodies sub- merged in cold temperatures to take several months to Ms Gar- vin said Hammett and Ms Wendell set sail from to bring the on Page Col Map by M Monica BODY at mouth of creek. To Navy is still No. 1 By LORRAINE AHEARN Staff Writer Navy made more turnovers than Sara Lee but to the folks back home the finish to this season was al- most as sweet as victory. Pandemonium reigned at last night as about Navy basketball fans'gathered to cheer the return of the team after its best season in history. the greatest thing that's happened to Annapolis in said Mayor Dennis Cal- who attended yesterday's NCAA quarterfinal and is plan- ning a parade for the team this week may have been No 2 in the game but they were No 1 in our hearts Despite their elimination from the NCCA East Regional Championships yesterday by top-ranked the players were greeted like conquering heroes at an impromptu pep rally described as the most enthusiastic ever The Mids were routed 71-50 by the Blue Devils in the quarter- on Page Col. Related Page 11. Alderman seeks to button 'loose lips' By KEVIN DRAWBAUGB Staff Writer The warning that lips sink applies to the City Council as well as the according to Ald- erman Irving Hager. The city's position on the recent Quiet Waters Farm annexation pro- posal may have been sunk by too much loose Mager and other aldermen said Mager was angered during the annexation debate by aldermen who stated their positions on the issue before they should he said For by and announcing that he opposed annexation before a written an nexaUon application was received or a bearing held Alderman Brad Davidson endangered the city's legal Mager said The Quiet Waters Farm debate centered on a Rockville development firm's proposal to build 250 high priced houses on a 340-acre South River farm The a part of Anne Arundrl would have been annexed Annapolis under the proposal But the city declined to pursue annexation after meeting heavy op- position from area residents and environmentalists who supported a county plan to buy the farm for rkland. Davidson and including A derm an John R Hammond. R 1. worsened the confusion .tout bow to handle the Quiet Wa ers officials said Looking back on the annexation Alderman Ruth R Ward just got botched I'm not sure but it just never got its day in court Mayor Dennis Callahan disagreed The city gained the respect of its neighbors and its residents dead ing not to he said On Davidson's statements. Mager said he plans to seek a ruling from the city Ethics Commission on how freely aldermen speak in cer tain legally sensitive situations he said hear the evidence you listen at the public hearing and you keep your mouth shut until you make a in such said Mager. I-Ward 2 was very disturbed about the number of comments that were made by our elected officials on Quiet Waters before the fact. he said Davidson's actions were and he said on II. Col. HARD FINISH Civic activist projects tough Marine image ByCHUISTINF NFUBERGER Stiff Write r An ex-Marine. Jo Ann ToUenger pulls no projects tough image and can make glad they re foes A few weeks for the mic activist and chairman of the powerful county Plttamg Adrisory Board again ex- hiWUd her fighting spirit Ms TolJenger minced M words danng planning heard it which she sparred with county Beart ef Whwatkm offidtfc tcbeaf tKk toogfe SPOTLIGHT on people board member kidded her afterwards ii the image of s tough female Mrs County Executive 0 James Ltghthizer. fair minded and But ToUcBtter. beneath the hard- nosed as n ttffl tZTaffto oHriNttt chraef s rooted in hard finish but and this ii hard to see in Jo Ann she really feels is a thy says Shirley Edinoods. longtime fnend who lives tn UnUuemn. The oldest of three Ms Tottanger grew up in Havre Grsce An uocle's immaculate Marine uniform inspired ft-year- old Jo Ann to dream of a eareer in the U.S. Msriaet Corps and to begin writing recnii- ters to learn bow to sign up After high school the dream came true. First she endured a greeting summer of boot camp in Sooth tn assJeuMot as a supply administrator at M Page It.
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