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Capital, The (Newspaper) - June 12, 1986, Annapolis, Maryland HQWhLL MICROFILMS p 0 BOX 1558 LAUHEL Newsroom HD 20707 268-SOOO Capital Tomorrow's Sunny For aee page 11. VOL. Cl NO. 138 JUNE 25 Cents GOOD PONT FORGET ITALIAN continuous entertainment and music spark the 4th Annual Annapo- lis Italian opening at 11 a.m. tomorrow and continu- ing Saturday and Sunday at Navy-Marine Corps Memorial Stadium. AREA FEDERAL funds will pay for 17 replacement units for Bloomsbury Square. Page SEVERNA PARK Author tells grads not to plan whole life. Page 45. DR. GOTT HAZARDS OF cocaine are defined. Page 32. VIGNETTES SENIOR CITIZENS explore area history. Page 17. MID-LIFE CRISIS MEN OFTEN fail to get help in coping with middle age. Page 38. LIVING SWIMMING holes few in county. Page 13. PINING OUT Prince Frederick's Old Field Inn provides incentive for a drive to the country. Page 37. STATE SHORE CLUBS want their slot machines back. Page 4. STATE OF emergency de- clared in Africa. Page 2. TAX BILL clears IRA hurdle in Senate. Page 3. BOATING AREA SAILORS set for Ber- muda races. Page 3L SPORTS O's beat Brewers. Page 23 PEOPLE A 14-year-old boy who found of the loot from Cooper's celebrated skyjacking says he's unhappy he had to split it with i an insurance I and plans to I sell his share bill by i bill as sou- Ivenirs. Brian In- I gram of El i selected worth of tat- tered bills yesterday as his share of the loot from the 1971 hijacking. Ingram found near- ly six years ago at a Wash beach. The money has been in FBI custo- dy ever since Under a federal court Brian splits with Globe In. demnity Co which insured Northwest Orient Airlines. Dan who was never jumped from a Northwest Ori- ent jet on ThanksgiTing eve 1971 with a ransom Asked yesterday bow be felt abort splitting the Brian anybody else 1 don't like Per a took it other people in the lews page 3 LOTTERY drawn yesterday Three-digit 7tt Pick 4 Bit INDEX M pages Boating Business 33 Calendar 15 CUtatfted Adi cetanni 43 Crossword E4torials EaterUtnatent M.37 For fee Record 4042 Beat LI Serena Park Sports 2MO totingi 37 Photoiby David J Wallace AERIAL VIEW of Route 50 looking east shows swath cut through Crownsville forest for Interstate 97. State aims to better traffic flow By EFFIE COTTMAN Staff Writer Little yellow ribbons appeared on some old oak trees in Crownsville near where bulldozers are carving wood- land into a new highway. The ribbons mark some of the trees that will be spared during the biggest highway construction project in Anne Anindel County history. They also symbolize attempts by the State Highway Administration to mini- mize disruptions from construction of a 2S-mile interstate local officials said. Throughout Anne Arundel high- ways are spreading faster than wildflow- ers this spring. Bulldozers have created huge craters next to Route 50 and tha hills of Crownsville a memory. They have turned scenery along Route 450 from lash But the projects haven't frayed many nerves among motorists or nearby resi- dents. For most the overturned dirt symbolizes eventual relief from traff- ic according to local officials. Construction is or will be under way this year on seven segments of the mfflion interstate highway system cutting through the according to Edward H regional engineer for the State Highway Administration Work on the remaining 10 segments will begin in 1987 or.earty IMS. these pieces of ramps and interchanges win fit together to improve traffic flow between Balti- Annapolis and Meehan said. Ninety percent of the cost of the new system will be covered by federal grants. The four-lane highway now known as Route 50 win be widened by two lanes and renamed Interstate 68. Near 1-68 will connect with Interstate which will link Annapolis with the Baltimore Beltway The new segment of 1-97 parallels Route on Page Col. Water dipping Area feels the drought's pinch By JUDI PERLMAN Staff Writer If ever a rain dance was it's now. Scorching heat and a severe water shortage have turned lawns a stunted garden and crop and forced thousands of county resi- dents to curb their outdoor water consumption. Even if forecasters are right and showers or thunderstorms roll through parts of the county tonight or it won't make up for the rain deficiency. Almost two months worth of rain up to 10 inches would be needed to restore the ground to normal according to the National Weather Service at Baltimore-Washington International Air- port. But for some dry ground has been a blessing. Sylvio Phaneuf s golf for has gotten better. certainly has helped improve my score The balls go a much longer distance. It's just like playing on the Annapolis golfer said. And water haulers have seen business jump so in that they cannot keep up with the calls. is getting better. We're booked until Monday filling pools and said Russell Monroe of Hardesty are scared to use wells because they're so dry that they're afraid the pump will burn he said. And while the drought is becoming a nightmare for many not all of them are pacing the floor. Davidsonville farmer Martin Zehner says this is the best time to cut and bale hay. perfect for harvesting. I hate it when people say they hope it rains and I have to Zehner said. But there are downfalls. The ground is too dry to re-grow hay for a second he said. The state Department of Agriculture says the entire county is quickly approaching drought conditions. Only a 10-inch soaking would restore the ground to the normal moisture level. Except for western most parts of the state already need at least eight inches of rain. The county this week placed further restrictions on outdoor water use after Severna Park home- owners complained about a severe water shortage on Page Col. Mayor calls for fire merger study By BOB MITCHELL Staff Writer The is to study merg- ing the city and county fire depart- Mayor Dennis Callahan said yesterday. But several aldermen said they aren't so sure a merger is a good idea. After getting a letter this week from an Annapolis firefighters union that endorsed a Callahan yesterday called for a study of the concept time is right to pursue he said The combination of the two ser vices could save an estimated 4 million in taxpayer Callahan said. the it makes so much sense to combine the fire services that I don't know why it hasn't been done he said County officials also have taken a preliminary look at the idea as said county Fire Administrator Jo- seph M Connell How the merger would take and how personnel from the two departments would be would be negotiated by the city and the Callahan said only way the city would be interested in this is if it results in the saving of money for city he said While Callahan supports the several city who must approve said they have reservations see no said Alderman Al chairman of the Public Safety Committee and a frequent Callahan ally paying for first-class pro- said D-Ward 6 question whether we would have that if all of our personnel and equipment came under control of the county A merger could result in higher fire insurance premiums for city said Alderman John Ham- R Ward 1 Tax benefits would likely be negligible since county property taxes paid by Annapolis residents are adjusted to exclude the cost of county services provided outside the he added think someone has got to show me rather conclusively it is benefi- cial to the city of he said no one has presented such evidence A merger could result in lower but the real question is what it would do for public said Alderman Terne R-Ward on Page Col. Marina in film crew's focus By DEBRA VIADERO Business Writer John potential was cooling his heels in the shade yesterday while a movie crew of 80 swirled about at the Annapolis Sailing School Marina A day Moynihan was a college student from Severna Park and a summertime instructor But he was movie tailing instructor to the stars and one never knowi potential star All that plus tbt princely sum of Wl a day Stardom called on the Annapolis Sailing School Marina and a handful of other area residenti this week when Orion Pictures came to town for two days to film a political thriller staring Gene Hackman. Sean Yeenf and Kevin Cortoer Kevin Costoer is assigned to locate s witness to a murder and the oet to be Kevin said Mace the film producer tfae plot is a little more complex best known for his starring role in the the US Secretary of State of plays a Naval officer And Miss whoa BOTiegom may recognise art is girl- triced to both aoi the eveetmal mtrder victim Oriffaullj titled With the mm fc OB a keep trying to make the place look nice and they keep saying that's not what we want.' Pick Annapolis Sailing School Newfeld sai' Though fl-f Tiajor setting is Washington DC Annsfv played the scene of a weekend getaway for and Hits Young In take after take the failing school marina the cast filmed during which the two rent a boat there they are on the water a JP Massive fans and hydraulic flood -eady to stage the rtortn on the Chesapeake Pay a place that had an Eatt Coast and a Man shore kind of Newfeld said A montf- '20. the filmmakers settled upon the set far from down town it the of Benbe Beach Road krfp trymf to make the place look mce and thev sajriof that's not what it Cat SEAN one of three stars in the movie ttlmed yeeterdey et the Annapolis Sailing School points to a setting deettnatton. Al left. the marine's general maneuvers the boot.
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