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Capital, The (Newspaper) - May 6, 1986, Annapolis, Maryland Tuesday Walter Berry banks on NBA. SEEPAGE 21 In This Is real savvy. SEE PAGE 13 It's time to ban 'pile posting.' SEE PAGE 33 HOWELL MICROFILMS P 0 BOX 1558 LAUREL MD 20707 he Capital Tomorrow's Wear 90 For see page 11. VOL Cl NO. 107 MAY 25 Cents Maid convicted of murder GOOD PONT FORGET The hows and whys of being a FOSTER PARENT will be discussed by county social ser- vice personnel tomorrow at a.m. at the South County Library and at p.m. at the Annapolis Library. AREA PAY RAISES are approved for the County Council and county executive. Page 33. FAMILIES MASCULINE and feminine traits are shaded by all. Page 8. DR. GOTT smokers to stop illness. Page 27. ENTERTAINMENT MARYLAND HALL witness- es an important concert. Page 28. STATE SEVERAL GROUPS de- nounce a business coalition's rating of legislators. Page 4. THE ECONOMIC summit re- sults in a major revision in international monetary policy. Page 2. THE SUPREME Court has removed a potential barrier to carrying out executions of hundreds of death row in- mates. Page 3. SPORTS KENTUCKY DERBY winner Ferdinand arrives at Pimlico. Page 21. PEOPLE Entertainer Dinah Shore says she'll never forget the support hometown folks in gave her Ib u d d i n g singing ca- reer when she was .growing up inhere. Miss Shore returned home last 'weekend as of hon- or as part of the state's Home- coming '86 a yearlong celebration of Tennessee's her- itage proclaimed by Gov La- mar Alexander She said she remembers sit- ting on the counter of her father's store in town and being asked by customers to ting the old Western I don't remember a discourag- ing she said don't koow that there was a time when I was growing up that they didn't encourage me From day they felt I had the potential and they believed I bid Because of the she named her production compa ny LOTTERY drawn yesterdaj Three-digit 771 Pick 4 1KM INDEX 4 40 CUtrffied Police -M Television By JOANNA RAMEY Staff Writer A 53-year-old Shady Side grand- mother pleaded guilty yesterday to killing her elderly employer jast year with a rock during an argu- ment over missing money. Anne Catherine Quetel entered her plea to second-degree murder before Circuit Court Judge Raymond .G. Thieme Jr. She faces up to 30 years in prison when sentenced on June 27. The May blow to Aloyse was not enough to kill her or even break the prosector said. The for whom Mrs. Quetel worked as a bled to death before being discovered two Money led to Shady Side killing days according to Deputy State's Attorney Gerald K. Anders. she had gotten to a hospital in three to four she would have been Anders said. Police first thought robbery moti- vated the killing because the tele- phone lines were cut at Mrs. Cameron's modest Steamboat Road home. The victim's purse was also missing. For seven months detectives were stumped by the murder. Mrs. Cam- eron's neighbors in Shady a south county hamlet on the Chesapeake were stunned and equally bewildered by the violence. Mrs. Quetel stood in an Annapolis courtroom and listened to Anders recount the evidence that police amassed against her. The 5-foot 4-inch with styled auburn brushed tears from her eyes. She did not speak during the 30-minute hearing. unusual as a murder de- fendant goes because police did not suspect her. She's just not the the prosecutor said in an interview. a matter of Mrs. Camer- on's family gave Mrs. the dead woman's car. Mrs. Quetel was credited with discovering the body and also attended the funeral. But in December a tipster told detectives that Mrs. Quetel had tried to hire him for to kill Mrs. Cameron. That is when police inves- tigated both women's bank Anders said. a few days before her Mrs. Cameron had inquired Photo by Bob Gilbert ST. JOHN'S COLLEGE student Jim Allen yanked out the lawn furniture on campus yesterday to study In the sunshine. BLOW Dryness ups pollen count By SCOTT LAUTENSCHLAGER Staff Writer While some people were blow- ing their noses last others were throwing extra blan- kets on their beds Both actions were in response to highs and lows in Anne Arun- del all stemming from the weather. Lack of precipitation has boosted pollen counts to very high and a Canadian au- ra ass drove the temperature to a record low over the weekend. Dr. Bruce an allergy specialist who records pollen levels in said the season total for tree pollen prob- ably will exceed last year's record level. The recent dry weather has provided ideal conditions for trees to spread their resulting in consistently high he said. But the lack of rain may have the opposite effect on which are the next major source of misery for hay fever suffer- Helmly said The dryness may have retard- ed the growth of grasses to the extent that pollenation will be he said The dryness continued Satur- day when a record low of 34 degrees was recorded at Balti- more-Washington International according to the Nation- al Weather Service on Page Col. Parade irks city merchants By DEBRA VIADERO Writer It was a parade that nobody hardly anyone watched and made a lot of people road Nine high school under the banner of the Music Fes- marched through the city Saturday grinding busi- ness to a halt for startled Main Street merchants sort of like going to your own bouse aod somebody's throwing a party there you're allowed to Scfiool bands clog traffic clean up said Jim Hoi owner of Scottish Irish Im ports on Main Street Ron owner of Footnotes Etc across the echoed the sentiment lost 60 percent of my business that day I did have one customer in as a result of the event He wanted to UK my bathroom To the parade and the resulting loss of business was no joke Many said they were taken surpme Others said they had seen small announcemenu in The Capital or business group newsletters Moit were not happy just wish that we knew ahead of said Marjone manag er of Tbe ChnJtmai Sptnt on Main Street Sbe figured she made one sale all afternoon So where did the parade come from' It's a long according to parade organizers and officials It all began last fall when Annapo Us lawyer Lynn Krause a represent ative of a New based travel and a Naval Academy mu sic director approached former May or Richard Hillman with an idea wanted hold a Annapolis Music Festival a three dav event that would bring together high school choral groups and stage and on Ptft Col U at her bank about several unautho- rized withdrawals. Police surmise that she then confronted Mrs. Quetel about the missing provoking an argument. Over a three-month period about in eight forged checks was taken from Mrs. Cameron's account. The money was deposited in Mrs. Quetel's although a hand- writing analysis failed to show that she had forged the Anders said. Mrs. Quetel's account also showed several where her own checks of to had bounced. think she was just trying to on Page Col. Land freeze lament Building ban vote delayed By CHRISTINE NEUBERGER Staff Writer William Costello was ready to submit subdivision plans for his small St. Margarets tract when he learned to his about the proposed county freeze on new waterfront development. been at this a year and a half trying to get this Costello said last begging the County Council to reject the tempo- rary ban on new subdivision plans. The council is expected to adopt the which would freeze the review of most new waterfront development for eight months. But action on the legislation was postponed until today. Advocating the Frederick G Smithson of Annapolis contended that the freeze does not go far enough is no reason why this project should be hurried Smithson seeking an earlier effective date to freeze subdivision plans for Fishing Creek Farm out- side Annapolis The proposed by County Executive 0 James Lighth- would delay review of any new rezonmg and special- exception applications filed for waterfront land since April 21 The ban is intended to allow the county to devise maps for property within the state-designated the ribbon of land along the Chesapeake Bay and its tributaries Opponents say the proposed ban is and If owners of waterfront property said stand to lose thousands of dollars invested in land and plans Daniel Colacicco owner of a small homebuilding firm in Riva said ve been given 350 vears to develop the waterfront Now were being asked to change it overnight on Page Col County council to Pgfft 33 Scientists warn of vitamin overdoses By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS WASHINGTON of attempting to become healthier may be poisoning their bodies with bttfe dotes .of vitamins that can dangerous in large qntntibec. a group of scientists said yesterday Tbe scientists and the Food and Drug Administration called on the nation's to begin recording their vitamin use in medi- cal records tad to report tide effects related to vitamin overdoses to the FDA in the scientific community are concerned with the increasing notion that can be used to prevent serkws as cancer tod said Dr David chief of clinical nutri- tion at the UCLA School of Medicine get their nu- from food instead of Hebertaid supplement doses of single won't prevent bot instead will upset absorption of other Dr Allan the FDA's nutn tion and food sciences uid the federal agency the con ten. btrt currently barred by law from restricting which are considered a food with out detailed scientific finding i of their potentially ill To collect that kind of data the FDA is encouraging to report viumio side on the stne vohmUry they now file for side effects from he said Tbe comments came at a conference that ended a weekend seminar for and dieticians on the ipblem organized by the National Dairy Board a trade group representing vitamin manufacturers the group supported efforts to gather more information about the effect of saying such data would bolster their position But the group's president said he concerned about the FDA tilt toward possible regulation before the information was in would be strongly supportive of effort to improve the data said J B Cordaro of the Council for Responsible but added he feared the FDA was to prove a predetermined con- clusion Cordaro said occur rarely not in the of people the scientists and only under very high far higher than most people would ever M Fife
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