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Capital, The (Newspaper) - April 23, 1986, Annapolis, Maryland Retail Ads Bus Cla HOWELL MICROFILMS Ney P 0 BOX 155B LAURFIL VOL Cl NO. 96 GOOD DON'T FORGET The Cooperative Extension Service will sponsor a free VEGETABLE GARDENING class at 7 p.m. tomorrow at toe Severna Park 45 McKinsey Road. AREA WHAT CAN ease the short- age of Page 35. CITYSCAPE The NAVAL ACADEMY put the city on the map. Page 35. KENT ISLAND ANNE ARUNDEL General Hospital will open a walk-in health center here. Page 18. CHEF'S CHOICE The first PASSOVER meal is a grand tradition. Page 13. ENTERTAINMENT THE CAST is chosen for a feature-length film being made here. Page 30. IN WASHINGTON Legend and is a informative exhibit Page 31. CHILDREN A CHANCE meeting spurred Muni Clarke to-raise funds for the homeless children of Gua- temala. Page ft STATE A PROSECUTOR blasts the itation for mea who murdered Stephanie Ann Roper. Page 4. LIBYA EXPELS Western journaHsts. Page 2. NASA WASTED billions of dollars. Page 3. SPORTS THE ORIOLES beat the In- dians in the cold. Page 23. PEOPLE OTTO the au- tocratic director whose 39 films included such innovative standards as of a land Man With The Golden died early today. He was 79 and had can- Premioger Ittted at in bed at his Mew York CHjr with his and a none at bis side. Preminger was born Dec. in and earned a law degree there is 1921. He caste to the United States in 193S aad the fdtovfcg- yeac nude his first U.S. Your He ahw was no the f acuity at Yale Drama School until and then became a stage direc- tor in New York. Preminger was known as an challenging the film industry's taboos in fflnw like the MOM is the 104 and U9Ts He also appeared in four including For a look at other people in the news iteptge 3. LOTTERY Numbers drawn yesterday. Three-digit 4ft. Four-digit -1 INDEX 4 44 pages. Catadir Classified Ads columns Crossword Bfgageraents iBtertauuneat page tMteartes..... feat IS J7 10 I he MD 20707 forecast Warming up For too pogo 11. 11 11 2MI APRIL 25 Board to sue mayor Civil rights abuse alleged By CHRISTINE NEUBERGER and KEVIN DRAWBAUGH Staff Writers A city housing authority commis- sioner said today the panel's govern- ing board will file a civil rights lawsuit against Mayor Dennis Calla- han in Anne Arundel County Circuit Court. The action is the latest develop- ment in the running battle between City Hall and the Annapolis Housing Authority. Officials are scheduled to an- nounce the circumstances of the lawsuit said Commissioner William E. Amos Jr. He declined to discuss details of the lawsuit. An attorney with the law firm 'hired by the commissioners to de- fend them against allegations of of and also refused this morning to discuss the planned court action. James H. of Plotkin of Wash- declined to say what specific charges the commissioners would bring. He also refused to say whether the commissioners were seeking dam- ages against Callahan or the city government. working up against a tight deadline. There are stiU some deci- sioas to be made. There are a lot of Canadian said today he was not surprised by the planned court ac- tion. He declined further comment. The mayor and the housing au- thority have been battling ftoce Feb. when the mayor first asked all five commis- sioners to step down. One bat four others have refused. Those four have since been ac- cused of misconduct by a coalition of public housing tenants. Callahan said Monday he will con- vene a hearing May 1 on the tenants' allegations. He also said that unless the state attorney general proposes an alter- native he will preside personally the hearing a course of action that may be at the heart of the planned lawsuit by the commissioners. Callahan is too biased to chair a fair some of the commis- sioners have said. The lawsuit may contest the mayor's qualifications. Callahan has received nine allega- tions of and of against the four housing authority Chairman Everett G. the Rev. Wins- low D. Bruce E. Williamson and Amos. They are accused Failing to personal disclosure reports io Improperly electing Arthur G. Strissei boosing authority direc- as secretary tat treasurer of toe Failing to investigate FBI charges of fraud and miSBnosge- ment against Failing to maintain proper Uv- ing standards at the Bkwmsbury Square public bousing Failing to investigate allega- tions that George bousing authority legal acted impro- perly in contract dealings between the authority and the Beverage In- dustry Recycling Failing to discipline Strissei for public that tenants have made regarding Failing to discipline Strissei for refusing to give Callahan a list of TCaatJaaeJ M Page It CaL Photos by J. ARCHAEOLOGIST PautShackel shows one of the toothbrush- usotf by Annapalla raatdonts more than 200 years ago. TEETH Tavern finds provide a brush with history By KEVIN DRAWBAUGH Staff Writer Behold the lowly fighter of freshener of breath and now Colonial arti- Archaeologists in Annapolis have dug up some 200-year-old toothbrushes from the bottom of an old privy at Reynolds Tavern oa Church Circle. The toothbrushes have lost their bristles. But researchers have determined our forefathers scrubbed their choppers with wild boar's hairs imported from Siberia and stitched with silk thread or wire into tiny holes in handles made of bone. The old some finely were manufac- tured in 18th-century England and imported by the colonists. Amos the city's first mayor tad a wealthy- import Researchers say our forefathers scrubbed their choppers with wild boar's hairs. had 144 toothbrushes in his inventory when he died. Since the Colgate pump hadn't been invented baking soda was probably the most popular teeth said Paul Shack- a field archaeologist for the Archaeology in Annapolis project. of the goals of the project is to take things from the past that we take for grant- Page CoL Of the Colonial bono and boafs-hafr on display at Htotorfe Annapolis' tour HMOS on Slate Ctrtio. New shops under way Site on Route 2 near Maceys Corner readied By DEBRA VTADERO Business Writer Bulldozers began moving earth this week for a new 30- store shopping center near Maceys Corner on Ritchie Highway. Valu a small supermarket chain from will be the tenant hi the shopping center. The new Food center will be the third on Ritchie Highway for Trammell Crow one of the nation's biggest develop- ers. The Dallas-based developer moved into the county last year when it began building Loehmann's a larger 22-acre shopping center 1.5 miles south of the'Maceys Corner site. A second Trammell Crow shop- ping called the at Marley is being built about five miles north near the giant Marley Station Mall. think the key is targeting your merchandise mix. Loehmann's is a fashion plaza. This will be a neigh- borhood-type shopping center for people who live within three miles of the shopping said Pete Hen- ry of Trammell Crow. He said be hoped to tease tin remaining square feet of retail space to gourmet shops and seafood among other possible tenants. want a market basket of goods and he said. To be constructed of brick and the new center will lie in a much like its sister cfen- ters. It will sit behind the Friendly Ice Cream Shop on land now occu- Map by M. Montei WlWMM SITE OF the Valu Food Fsstival shopping confer in Severna Park. pied by vacant houses. Henry said the company planned to open by the end of December. Severna Park who have been watching commercial projects grow along the offered mixed reactions to their newest com- mercial neighbor. in the past have ex- pressed concern about there needing to be another food store in the area that could compete with said Ken president of the Greater Severna Park Councfl. The Giant Food supermarket .aits across Ritchif a heav- ily ttaveted is sometimes difficult to cross. Muchnick's Foodli- a supermarket that opened on the West of the closed last year. on Page Col. Kidnap victim kept cool head By DAN CASEY Staff Writer William Thomas the crafty prison escapee who wanted his baby back all might have killed the child's foster parents had not a quick-thinking social worker he kidnapped intervened. told me he was going to kill Lynn Martin said at a press conference in Glen Burnie yesterday afternoon. Ms. Martin convinced Forrer to pretend that he was an FBI agent when they arrived at the foster parents' home in Pasadena. She backed up the ruse and no one was pottee said. the child's mother Joyce Ann and an uniden- tified nun kidnapped Ms. Martin WILLIAM THOMAS FORRER Monday night from ontsais her Bal- timore hose and forced her to reveal the child's wagreahmts. They then aadactari tha old Zaebary Parrts aad left Ms. Martin baadcuffed ia s van ia Pasaoeas. All the suspects were still at large this morning. County Department of Social Ser- vices officials praised Ms. Martin for her coolness throughout the or- deal. Ms. has seven years experience as a social worker. She has worked for the county since said David. assistant director of social services. think we're very fortunlte that if it had to happen to any of my people that it happened to her. She sa Page Cat POLICE RELEASED HHa pfwto Joyoo Ann KJiao Shift 000 for new park By KEVIN Staff Writer alkxate from park purchaung budget to help ABM Anmdel County buy Quiet Alderman Brad Daviosoa proposed yesterday. Settiag the money aside would give the eoaaty a aecoed to UM paacT M fete Qaiet Wstsrs issse aad oast dty said which ts funded by state real estate trarutfer Davidson tatd Currentlj noire of the money in the budget in earmarked for spe- cific use. William S city fbuoce director. Bvt under state regulations. K mast be spent either to acquire or improve parkland better taaa to arrete a pertioa of this awney to help bny Quiet Watart DavaiissisaM. cat ia SM tioa of more parkland and the pro- tection of the city'i tax he said Mayor Dennis CaUahao said be supports the which re- review by the full City Coun- cfl. County Executive 0. James UfbthiOT also said be welcomes the proposal be happier whea it passes City If it batata knAsat issaa. idea ti a a political too The alderman is run- ning for County Council oo a cam- paign theme of tighter control over property development Quiet Waters is a farm oa the South BJvar that was the object of aa intense aaaexatkw battle two auwthf ago The city could have annexed the Uad. 1st a developer build 250 bomes oa it sad aodad a atsaMs cavak ta city tat tot the taat taa fain aaaaU a park In the the ctty bowed to county did not annex the Uad UtUe been riace from the county oo acqutsftioa plans 'The county doee rirtuaDy nothing to advance the public tartar- ast tloce the City Council oe strated Ks toadmhip by Davttaoa said. ttsaa has agaia tor as to tafca taa htad ts aa Pats Oat
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