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   Capital, The (Newspaper) - June 10, 1986, Annapolis, Maryland                               Talk of Is downtown too SEE PAGE 29 It pays to be nice to tourists. Tuesday Sacrifice fly sacks 3-2. Retail Ads Business Classified Circulation Newsroom 268-4800 I 268-5000 I Tomorrow's About 98 For deteiis7 see page 9. VOL Cl NO. 136 JUNE 25 Cents DONTFORQCT CRUISE Colonitl will be open to viii- ton from to 11 to- mwrow at the Annapolis Yacht Basin. ARtA NINE ALLEGED Clay Street drag dealers are GRADUATION PICTURE Seniors eel. ebritt at Southern aod South River high ichooli. DR.QOTT BIER IS not good for any. MID-LIFE LIFE HAS three critical areas work aod tHTtRTAIHMKNT out oa like the disjointed. con- jad terrifying reality it .Page 16 Prtiidtnt Kelvifi tigni up with Baltl. Mayor Schaefur. Ptgt 4 SUPREME Court Urn- ttf efforts to regulate lift-and- death declsioni involving it. verely handicapped NASA Administrator Fletcher is vowiag to mike the spaca shuttle tad reUa- ble hopefully in the master of SPORTS NATIONAL FootbaU League lawyeri are reportedly toeing the antitrust suit brought by theUSFL. PEOPLE Danny Kaye was crowned thit yeer'a King of Brooklyn before people who cast to thank and knock the borough at the fourth annual M Back to j festival 'I felt like I was 12 years old all over when I used to come to thii part of Brooklyn to tee bow the rich people said a ftattve the when be waa crowned Sunday by Borough President Howard Gotden. wat a suggestion this morning that I take elocution because 1 speak Golden said. prom- ise I will never take those lessons For a look at other people fak the oeiri see paft J. LOTTERY Nemben drawn resterdajr Three-digtt ew Met 4-mi meter rates to rise million budget OK'd By BOB MITCHELL Staff Writer Annapolis residents will pay higher proper- ty taxes and parking meter rates thanks to a million 1987 budget approved by the City Council last night. In a surprisingly quick the council approved virtually all amendments to the spending plan recommended by the Finance Committee but fought off changes proposed by individual aldermen. was no protracted debate or arm- said Mayor Dennis Callahan after the deliberations. my 21st budget and that's the said Alderman Al D-Ward 6. An IB million budget for The Capital projects such as road and storm drain Improvements was approved in'May. To help fund the the council ap- proved a tax rate of per of assessed property value for city residents. The rate is a one-cent reduction over last but officials predict tax bills for city residents will rise anyway because of increas- ing tax assessments. To offset rising the council would have had to approve a tax rate of When combined with the adjuated county tax rate of and a state property tax rate of 21 the city's tax rate means Annapo- lis property owners will be paying per of assessed value. For the average city homeowner paying taxes on a property valued for tax purposes at it means a property tax bill of said Kenneth Tschantre of the state Department of Assessments and Taxation. Over the objections of Alderman Samuel D-Ward the council raised the penalty rate on overdue property taxes from 8 percent to 18 percent. The council also approved by voice vote the Finance Committee's proposal to raise park- ing meter rates from 30 cents an hour to 50 cents an hour and extend meter hours to noon until 6 p.m. Sundays. The higher rates go into effect July while Sunday hours will start Oct. said Finance Director William Tyler. Although the new rates are scheduled to begin next it could take up to two months to adjust the meters for the higher said Alderman Brad D-Ward 8. The aldermen defeated a proposal by Ald- erman Irving I-Ward to delete extension of meter hours to Sunday. In attempting to make tourists pay more for services their presence the coun- cil will make city residents foot part of the Mager said. on Page Col. million for fiscal 1987. property tax total city-county tax an hour for parking Parking meter hours exttndtd to noon until 6 p.m. Sunday. 8 percent raise for police. to fund the Office of Public Information and Tourism. annual minimum garbtga collection fata for small buainaaaw. i 18 parcant Interest penalty on overdue up from 8 percent. LOTHIAN FARMER Dick Dlckman drew clouds of duet while running a disc over hie dried-out land yesterday. County extends water ban By CHRISTINE NEUBERGER Staff Writer A severe water shortage in west Severna Park led the county today to impose an emergency daily ban on all outside water use Effective outdoor water use will be barred between 4 and 10 p m on officials said this morning The current weekend prohibiting out- side water use from noon to midnight on Saturdays and will remain in effect The extended ban applies to the county water but does not affect Annapolis those served by private wells or Dullnesses dependent on water The exception is private water haulers who are barred from tapping county hydrants but may draw from facilities in Glen Burnie at the county Department of Utilities HOW THE WATER BAN WORKS No outside water use betweeen 4 and 10 p.m No outside water use between noon and midnight Annapolis homes with wells and most business- es dependent on water Violators will be warned tonight Once cau boned offenders will be fined for the first violation and 150 for subsequent county officials said. The restrictions are intended to ensure adequate water pressure and supplies for fire- fighting and Indoor water use The ban will remain in effect until a two- month drought ends and the county gets a significant officials said Water consumption has partic- ularly in Severna Park and elsewhere on the Broadneck Peninsula Customers virtually drained dry storage tanks on Jumpers Hole Road and in Pasadena last night and officials reported The water level in the tank at Arnold also fell dangerously low Last for the Broadneck's water customers consumed so much that county pumps were forced to produce 13 4 on Page is. Col 'Express our outrage' By JOANNA RAMEY Staff Writer When Holocaust survivor and au thor Ette be robs brow with right hand and softly Witad was doing both last night before the Kneseth Israel congrega- tion in Annapolis be criticised the election of Kurt WaUnaim the new pmUeot of Austria Wieset't grieving mfrmsttona are famfliar He drew last year from President Reagan when be urged htm to cancel a trip to a West cemetery Ned Sf troone are buried seme M sma Wtesel an Jewish author blasts Waldheim a former Nan officer impli- cated in alleged crimes in Yugoslavia fact if thii man is insensitive to Jewiih suffer- ing asjd truth. said best be is a liar Waldbaim. the former secretary geasral ef tbt drew M percent of Austrian vote today Be has denied being part of Nad strodttM to Amenta who would have only 1 percent of what Wsfletsi would never have bete said wtml who watched as his parents were killed in concen tratioo Wiesel spoke at the first in i of annual lectures to be held in memory of the late Rabbi Morru Rosenblatt who was the Annapolis synafofne'i spiritual leader for 40 Rosenblatt. 72. was killed almost a yesr ago by a hit-and-run driver whfle walking from Sabbath across Hilltop Lase to his home and wife. Esther The rabbi was remembered by his two Gary and ss being a gentle person who remained opd- mistk and spake oat against racism and anti-Semitism My father would hate been so proud said Gary editor of the BtlUtnorf Jtwitb Tim ft not only was an admirer of Elk but had so many of the same qualities who teaches at Boston hai become as interna- tional Jewish spokesman and cham- pion of human rights He has visited Cambodia to help and Nica- ragua to render aid But he is belt known as an anther of more UUB 20 hooka that deal with human struggle His first nevel was svb- Ushed in TV slim book U considered the first wort to reveal m 11. Cat Jury to probe Panel to eye Coppola death By JOANNA RAMEY Staff Writer A county grand jury investigation will begin next week into the Memo- rial Day boating accident that killed film director Francis Ford Coppola's son and injured the son of actor Ryan O'Neal. Deputy State's Attorney Gerald Anders said he wants the grand Jury to Whether Gian Carlo Coppola or Griffen P. O'Neal was behind the wheel of the 14-foot rented runabout in which Coppola was killed. Was Coppola or O'Neal operat- ing the boat negligently want to talk to the witnesses myself so I can get a feel what Anders said Department of Natural Resources Police last week gave Anders its preliminary report about the Hay 26 accident on the South River. The investigation is continuing. Anders declined to identify who may appesr before the grand jury beginning Monday don't know at this point if I'll need Anders said going to try and get all the nuts-and- bolts witnesses out of the way first Witnesses include those who saw tlte two young men in the McKee Craft they rented from Pier 7 Man na in he said The accident occurred as the runa bout cut between two powerboats one of which was in according to marine police The motorboat snapped the nylon tow causing it to strike 23 year M Page it. 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