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Capital, The (Newspaper) - April 15, 1986, Annapolis, Maryland In This little firm is on a roll. see PAGE st Tuesday Boddicker ends Jays'feast SEE PAGE 19 HOWELL MICROFILMS P 0 BOX 1558 LAUREL News-Business 268-5000 Toffloftow's More rain For see page 7. VOL Cl NO. 89 APRIL 25 Cents U.S. bombers raid Libya in 'blow against terrorism' AN AI TrlpoN MIMtry Al JumsWrtya Barracki Btnint AfrbaM By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS WASHINGTON The White Houte today declared the military atrike againit Libyan terroiiat tar- geta a lucctii that a blow againit terroriam and tent a mti- to Libyan leader Col. Moam- mar Khadafy. One Air Force F-lll and ita crew of remaini unaccount- ed-for and ia the aubject of a naval and air White Houae ipokei- man Larry Speakea aaid thii mom- TRIPOLI RE8IDINT8 early this morning check rubble In eftermeth of attack. ehowt flight path of U.S. Jete end ttrgete In Libya. President's decision praised Re isid tbe mlddle-of-the-night air atrikea bad accom- their demon' ttrating that the United no longer tolerate deaths of Innocent Americana and Flying thoutanda of milet from in Britain including a de- tour around France and Spain and from aircraft carriera in the Medi- U.S. Air Force and Navy boabm Waited flrt aWttery tar. g eta around the major port cities of Tripoli and The W-rainote air nidi came at J Tripoli which was 7 1ST ley. Secretary of Defense Caspar Wein- berger aaid User-gutted and lariy controlled ami-and bomba were dropped on their targeti by about 18 F-lll bomWfi from U.S. baaet aji W Navy A-6 _ _. t__ Morning don't think that there were any planet that we know of that were hit by Weinberger aaid. far aa tbia one plane ia con- we just don't know what hat happened to Weinberger and Pentagon tpoket- man Robert Sima aaid it of the two- aeat bombera returned tafely to baaet in England. Tbe 17th plane landed at a Spinlih-American naval bate in Rota after an engine over- heated. Libyan radio claimed three U.S. planet were hit and tbe crewmen of one jet were killed on the ground by Libyan dtlaent after their plane waa downed. The planet itruck Khadafy't head- two military and what were termed terroriit training Speaket deacrtbed the attack at an attempt -to knock out part of Libya'a the mend and control logUttct and treiitag which allow Sbadafy te ptrpetrale ttrroriit ByJUDIPERLMAN and LORRAINE AHEARN An Annapolli man who loat hii baby daughter and mother-in- law to i terrorift bomb added hit voice thii morning in aupport of President Reagan'a decision to at- tack Libya yeiterday. burn other they have to expect to fet burned them- aaid Warren Klug wbote family was killed April 2. about time America got to- gether ai a nation. Once these peo- ple realtae that we are together ai a maybe they'll stop meuing GOOD Klug'a wife hli a-month-old daughter Demetra and hia mother-in-law Demetra Sty- lian feU to their deatba when a bomb tore a bole in the aide of a TWA flight over Greece. Klug laid he didn't want to iee full-scale war but that he would aupport limited atrikea on military baaea and training campa. He aaid be ia itlfl hoping aome good would come out of the tragedy that itruck hia family. think what we are trying to atreaa ii not to much the but ai Americana we can alwaya bring aomething aaid who baa atarted a fund to help the town where the remaina of hia family were found after the attack. although ahocked by the declaion to conduct the laid lait our preiident and we're American. I think we hive to atick behind him with any deciiion he Kathy Maria'a laid the war concerned about ion of civilian life in tbe raid on but alao wai happy that we were taking luch a strong now it will make them think Mi. Stylian laid of tboie contemplating terroriit at- tacka. if they know we'll come after they won't come after Klug and hia aiater-in-law were at Klug'i Annapolli home when their accountant called to tell them about tbe retaliatory attack. not lure that there ii any true way to fight terroriim. We've been sitting around kind of toiling the idea Mn Stylian'i Paul aaid be wai encouraged by the raid. glad they itarted doing 01 Page Col. and A-7 atftijfcjeei iVnrn the carriera AmulctiaA Cent Su. Numeroua jet refueling tankera and aupport aircraft accom- panied tbe be aaid. France and quite poaaibly Spain and Italy refuted to permit the Britain-baaed F4Ua to fly over their forcing the pilota to go more than mllea out of their way to reach Libya by flying around the weit coaat of sthe European conti- nent. Weinberger and other Pentagon refuted to aay the mining F-lll had been abot auggeat- ing it could have experienced radio trouble or been diverted to another landing field. are continuing to make every effort to locate the one plane that ia Weinberger laid today on the ABC program said tsltpboiie eaila to White House gave thepresidwt 10 percent approval for tbe bombing. He aaid tbe preildtnt decided laat week that the United Statei would take the military Aaked to detcribe the timing of the Speakea itisH they came forward and 'Ii Monday night all The preiident Aaked if the operation wai an attempt to overthrow he atrategy baa been atreaaed many Umei over ii to change hia behavior in the world Secretary of State George P. Shulti laid the aflminiatration hopea the bombing of Libya will n Page 8. Col. nyt. Mt. Pip 2. tests on aVerf. Council kills Snowden's club bill PONT FORGET You have until midnight to- night to file ittte and federal income tax Make sure to drop those last-minute re- in tbe ioakle the Annapolis poet office on Church Circle. WORLD A NEW BATTLE loom on Contra aid. Page 2 SPORTS A pair of fourth-place are ready for round two of tbe Stanley Cep playoffe. Page It. LOTTCRY Mtflt UtDfX 4 M pasjes. If .M I 11-11 .....1 By KEVIN DBAWBAUGH Staff Witter The City Coandl defeated by one vote last night Alderman Carl 0. Snowden'i controveriial proposal to penalize or revoke tbe liquor licen- ses of private that discrimi- nate tm sexual or religious grounds. Undaunted by tbe narrow Soowden said be will reintrodoee tbe bill in an amended form in June after a study of discrimination in Annapotts is completed by tbe city's Human Relations Commission. think the vote on the bill this evening not the merits of tbe said D- Ward last night he ssid tbe 5-4 decision reflected political tensions between himself and Alderman John R. Ham- whose opposition to the mea- sure was the key to its defeat. doesn't make any Hammond said in reply to Snow- den's charge of political gamesman- ship. R-Ward said he vot- ed against tbe bill for three Tbe Human Relations Commis- sion did not endorse it in a prelimi- nary The city Alcoholic Beverage Control Board's regulation of liquor consumption could be weakened by the It could chip away at tbe freedom of assembly guaranteed by the be said Hammond's vote against tbe bill broke a 4-4 deadlock and banded Snowdeu a bitter defeat Also voting againit the bill were Mayor Dennis CaHahan and Alder- men Alfred A. D-Ward Terrie R-Ward and Brad D-Ward I. Voting in favor of the bill were Soowden and Aldermen Irving I-Ward Ruth R-Ward and Samuel D- Wards Snowden's bill was debated by the council for nearly four months be- fore reaching tbe floor last night for a vote. In its final the measure would require establishments seek- ing liquor licenses to promise ia writing when they apply that they do not discriminate. Any establishment found in violation of its promise would be fined or have its license suspended or revoked. Tbe dty'i Alcoholic Beverage Con- trol Board would be in charge of overseeing compliance with the new law Pagel. Cat TAX FREEDOM You'll have to work until May 1 to pay '86 bill By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Midnight if tbe deadline for most to settle accounts with Usick Sam for another but a private ttudr ibows the average worker wiu hive to toU IS more days to pay tbe Iiei tai Mil About miBtOB eoofOM and todi- isolating mgbly Merytstajd state BMBSSJI tti stffl not flbd their tax retane yestordajr. el to the attte tax the email ia te fee White the Povul Service prepared for what become i modern-day rttaal and the IRS stood by to process tbe the Tax Fouada- a DOB pi rtii research organi- calculating that it wiB take until May 1 tor the aversje worker to make money te pay or her stats local taxes tor 1MI Tbe amdatief has labeled that data Tax freedsea Day fta naiciilarteia SSSMM that every day serf Tn frulaai la earmarked for That is the same time tbe typical worker had to devote to tbe tax eotoetor to the foundation said. May l dste marts the tsrtrd tine ia tbe iNts that Tat Freedom Day has cotsctdxi wtta May Day ae isjteresuDg coajrergeejce view of the mtenuttosjsJ aceeeUace ef thst tano as a dMraea iaitJde tana offidala said. For Isst-BhMte tees tax retenss teday vsay be at At thai sMjerHy el Ike today and tbe next few days wUl be retains with checks attached to Marrta a far the state Cossptroi- fctfi office Distressed taxpayers who were forced or ctose to wait asAtt the last mil vie to file their federal returns wer inetftvttott to lidliHial Aeeottts. thai aasay ef those hatUadlitBi wiL be epei es late rr -ftrtgfrt tf TaxBHfjol El9M-Hour Workday Federal TM 1 Hour and 44 State end TSH 55 Mensses TOTAL 2Mouraartd
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