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Capital, The (Newspaper) - May 8, 1986, Annapolis, Maryland Ar In Severna Dawson's store is set to close. SEE PAGE 49 Jobson quits cup to take TV post. ME PAQE 34 Retail Ads Business 268-5000 208-5000 HUWE LL I u. P it Tomorrow's Sunny 7O For sea page 11. LAUHEL MD MAY 25 Cents GOOD PONT FORGET THE RED STOCKING Fol- vaudevillian musical re- vue to benefit Maryland Hall for the Creative opens at p.m. tomorrow at Mary- land Hall. Performances also will be at Saturday and 3 p.m. Sunday. Tickets are available at the door. AREA A LIQUOR store charged with selling to minors wins one and loses one. Page 37. ARUNDEL DIGEST THE ANNAPOLIS Housing Authority has named the Rev. Leroy Bowman to the newly created post of deputy direc- tor. Page 37. ENTERTAINMENT NUNZIO'S projects an image of a family home. Page 39. ARUNDEL VOCAL Arts So- ciety was in top form. Page 40. YEARS AGO IN Hillsmere was a 600- acre country estate. Page 17. VIQNETTES TROPHIES tell a history of boat racing. Page 16. STATE A BELTSVELLE thrift asks a judge to block the sale of Community Savings and Loan to the Mellon Bank. Page 4. NATION SCIENTISTS BELIEVE the core of the Chernobyl reactor is through the nuclear power plant's floor. Page 2 AMERICANS ARE losing the war against ac- cording to a report that was immediately attacked. Page 3 SPORTS THE ORIOLES lose to the Twins. Page 25 PEOPLE A 34-year-old mother of three said the U.S. Army's sales pitch to her teen-age son was too good to pass up so she enlisted along with him. sounded like the best offer I've had in my lifetime and I plan to The Capitalize on Sbeflt Wayland of Perm Pa said yesterday Her Anthony will report to Fort S C for a two-year enlistment Mrs Wayland reports to Fort in Septem- after getting a bo- nus for enlisting it means taking orders from an 18-year-old for that's OK That's discipline It's part of it Whatever it Mrs Wayland said looking forward to the new job and the steady in- she said For a look at other people in the news see page 3 LOTTERY Numbers drawn yesterday Three-digit 112 Pick 4 Ollf INDEX 5 82 pages Boating U Calendar IS Classified Ads 52-S1 Ceatiet. 31 Crtttvord 71 BaWeriats 10 EaftertaiaiDeat IM1 Far the Record 4741 OMtaaries U PetteeBeat U 2S-36 retention liftings M Span to ease beach traffic Kent to get 6-lane bridge By PAT RIVIERE Staff Writer businessmen and beach-goers should get some relief from traffic snarls on Kent Island when a new high-level bridge over Kent Narrows opens in 1991. Gov. Harry Hughes and state highway officials yesterday announced that design work for the bridge already has begun. Construction is scheduled to begin in with completion expected in two Hughes said. The new bridge will be constructed north of the current drawbridge. The existing bridge will remain part of an access road system that will allow island residents and local traffic to move across Route 50 without fighting the summer traffic headed for and from Atlantic Coast beaches. The span is expected to be high enough to Sentence scorned Injured man hits drunk-drive law By JEFF DAVIS Staff Writer The final chapter at a tragic' drunken driving case was written in-District Court but for the victim it was only the beginning. Thomas Ward of Shady Side was ordered to spend the next 90 days in the county Detention Center's work-release program for causing an accident that crippled 21-year-old Marcus Wayne Hart of Annapolis a year ago. District Court Judge Robert N. Lucke Sr also suspended a 15-month prison sentence for Ricks and placed him on probation for 36 months with arrangements to repay the victim in medical expenses not covered by insurance But the watching the proceedings from a wheelchair in the Glen Burme court- said the sentence was not tough enough. think he should have gotten jail Hart said his speech slightly slurred. Hart cannot stand or walk. He lias limited use of his left hand His days are consumed by physical and speech therapy sessions His medical bills are close to On the afternoon of April 1985 Hart was driving across the King George Street bridge on his way to visit his mother on Maryland Avenue when his life was changed forever. Ricks whose alcohol level would later register a 28 on the Breathalyzer was speeding in Hart's direction from the other side of the bridge He lost control of his Camaro hit a blew a tire and skidded toward Hart's Chevrolet Vega Entrapped on the narrow Hart had nowhere to turn The vehicles collided near the center of the span Hart was airlifted to the Shock-Trauma Center at University Hospital in Baltimore where he remained in a coma for three months To this day he doesn't remember the accident Ricks was not seriously injured Police determined he had been dnvmg 68 mph in the 25 mpb tone before be lost control A motorist is charged with driving while intoxicated if the Breathalyier reading is 13 or above don't think I've seen a worse drunken driving case as the one before you Assistant State's Attorney William Katcef told OB Page Col. allow most sailboats to pass under it while cars move across Hughes said the height will be determined with help from the U.S. Coast Guard. people on the Eastern Shore certainly do appreciate said Del. John M. D-Queen Anne's going to be a great asset to us are elated I don't know what else we could have about the highway havoc now facing Eastern Shore said Oscar president of the Queen's Anne's Board of County Commission- ers. especially great for our local people is that the old bridge will be used for local he said. Prior to the recent fund county officials and residents had stressed the need for a prompt solution to the highway problem caused mostly by the existing draw span. County officials had continued to pressure the State Highway Administration while being told the bridge would eventually be built but not until construction funds were available. Hughes said the money for the bridge comes from legislation the General Assem- bly's passed requiring the state to pay back the Transportation Trust Fund million that had been transferred to the General Fund in 1984. The legislation also requires million be returned to the transportation fund from money borrowed this year to help pay for the savings and loan crisis. Hughes credited Del. Clayton D- with spearheading the bridge efforts. He said Mitchell and the Eastern Shore delegation had requested a portion of the transportation payback be used for a new bridge. will eliminate what has been a a not just fo the people on Page Col. NEW KENT NARROWS BRIDGE imp by M WIHteM SITE OF the new bridge and old drawspan. SUNNY SIDE UP Rodnfy Leone of Edgewater spent his lunch break yesterday working on a tan. Temperatures continued very summer- PtlOlQ By like with the high hitting 89. More but cooler weather is on the way. For the seepage 11. Cut in bridge openings eyed By EFFIE COTTMAN Staff Writer The old Severn River an annual source of summer headaches for both sailors and would open less frequently under a new drawbridge schedule proposed the U S Coast Guard But until the plan is the Route 450 bndge will continue to be raised any time a boater requests passage To reduce traffic jams on the the Coast Guard eventually wants the drawbridge raised using the following guidelines The span will open for recreational boats on the hour between 7am and 7pm daily It still will open on demand for commercial and emergency vessels Hourly openings will be delayed up to 10 minutes if boats are approaching the bndge One additional at 6 30 p m will prevent nautical back ups following weekly sailing ta_ces in Annapolis Before 7am and after 7pm the bndge will be opened whenever a boater passage If the schedule will be in place between May 1 and Oct 31 The drawbridge plan won't be implemented until the Coait Guard gives the public a chance to comment on the according to Wayne chief bridge administrator for the U S Coast Guard District 5 in Ports- Va The process of finalizing the schedule could take a few he said The permanent schedule DOW is being reviewed by Coast Guard officials in Waiting Creed said It will then be pnnted in the Federal Register and the public will have 45 days to comment The Coast Guard then can finalize and enact the schedule. Creed said In the the Coast Guard u willing oa Page Col. Plan to end IRA writeoff draws fire By DEB1A VIADERO ftMtaest Writer The tax reform plan that emerged from the Senate Finance Committee early yesterday promised radical changes u the way Americans do bosiaeu aod govern Leeai reactioa to the pUn the most reeeet in a four socces- ska of proposals was Most paUtietans. businessmen and taxpayers here said they would re sew eeaweats aattfl they cmdd see the pin to Madk-and-white But some of the proposal were already drawing fire ic the tai break for Investment Retirement Accounts called the only tax shelter of the middle clatt were most controversial IRAs taxable I think that i pretty laid Janes a broker at the Anajpolu office of Alex Brown fr SOBS lae EDerson has has ova HA fotef to create a resnofflinf of everyone's thintiaf and plaacfaaf phaosoptjr and dtfftoaV said Since when the federal jot eminent expanded the 12.000 IRA deduction to those wbo already bad a pension the popularity of IRAi has soared An estimated 21 million families hive contributed to IRA accounts since according to the Invest- ment Company Institute bankers snd investment houses said the IRA bai become more popnlar. especially near the April 15 tax deadline each year. Tbe pUa seeks to cumulate Ux dedactteas for IRA contribution made by workers who already ire covered by another pension the same restriction that applied five yean sfo Interest earned on those UUs would still be tax-free until the money U withdrawn About 20 million families could lose oot si a result of the change according to one industry estimate the plan placed some on the popular 401 retire- ment ptaas Workers would only be sble to set aside a year instead ef PO.OOO. the current limit For homeowners and bomebuyers local experts said the plan presents a mixed baf guess it seemed pretty fair to me because H did leave intact most for property own- and said Herb Chisholm. a Severna Park real es- tate agent Cbisholm is also chairman of statt legislative committee of the Anaw Arundel County Board of One of the biffeat of taeae tax breaks wti the deduction tor state and local property taxes atarylandert wbo Uemited last year claimed more than tt biHioa in en Pap 12. Cat Ptgt 3.
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