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Capital, The (Newspaper) - June 21, 1986, Annapolis, Maryland Retail Ads Business Classified Circulation Newsroom MS-5000 268'ftOOO 268-4800 268-8000 HOUELL MICROFILMS P 0 SOX 1558 Pleasant For pege 9. LAUKEL MD 20707 JUNE 25 GOOD PONT FORGET AIRPLANE AND hot air balloon acrobatic and glider demonstration and an array of aircraft will be featured the open bouse from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. today at' Lee Airport on Solomons Is- land Road hi Edgewater. HOME OF THE WEEK HISTORIC CEMETERY proves an interesting neighbor. Page 25. STATE A JUDGE has reversed an order that a woman diagnosed as a manic-depressive should be forced to have an abortion. Page 4. NATION WORLD THE TOP Soviet air attache in the United States was or- dered expelled from the coun- try yesterday after the FBI said it caught him trying to get classified information on some of the U.S. Air Force's most secret defense programs. Page 2. THE FEDERAL Trade Com- mission decided to go to court to prevent Pepsico from buy- ing the Seven-Up Co. and to block Coca-Cola's proposed takeover of Dr Pepper Co. SPOUTS THE ORIOLES broke out a slump and routed the division- leading Red Sox 14-3. Page 13. PEOPLE star Don Jofeasoa ended a five-day walk- out from the trend-setting show yesterday after reaching an agree- ment in a salary dis- pute and will return to work Mon- the president of Universal Television announced. Neither Robert A. head of Universal Television which produces the nor NBC-TV would disclose the terms of the agreement. In what spokesman Elliot Mintz described as a in-cheek Johnson said he was surprised by the media attention. told them I was going to be on vacation until June Mintz quoted Johnson as say- ing. Announcement of the agree- ment came at the end of a day in which Universal the parent of Universal filed a million breach of contract suit against and reports surfaced that Uni- versal was poised to replace him with either former star Mark Har- mon or movie and Broadway star Treat Williams. all out the window NBC-TV spokesman Doug Mauldin said of the Supe- rior Cowl lawsuit who reportedly was being paid an episode to play unshaven Detective Sonny Crockett on the neon-bright television according to some seeking at least per episode from Uni- versal Television. For a look tt other people in Hie see ptge 3. LOTTERY drawn yesterday Three-digit- 171 INDEX 4 41 pag et Calendar OMteirfes 22 27-47 23 21 25 21 9 I 7 1J-1J Police call Bias death us ByTffin COLLEGE Photo by Sunn Sttlnkwnp GLADYS a Harbour House explains her problems to gubernatorial candidate Attorney General Stephen Sachs and his running Rep. Parren Mitchell. At center is Norman assistant to Mayor Dennis Callahan. Mitchell file Candidates see two sides of Annapolis By PAT RIVIERE Staff Writer There are two ac- cording to Alderman Carl and yesterday Attorney General Ste- phen Sachs and Rep. Parren Mitch- ell saw slices of both the rich and the poor. and Mitchell came to An- napolis to write out checks for the filing making them the first Democratic candidates for governor and lieutenant governor. The pair also made morning stops at the Harbour House public housing project in Eastport and the Commu- nity Action Offices on West Street before meeting with about 40 sup- porters at the State House. referring to his underdog status in his primary race against Baltimore Mayor William Donald told supporters at the State that the odds are changing in his favor. Sachs said the campaign may have hi the wilderness. But we are now in the bright who had earlier an- nounced his retirement from Con- said he could not pass up golden opportunity to help bring one Maryland into thing that's needed in gov- ernment is a deep and abiding sense of Mitchell said. Once the official papers were Sachs and Mitchell were off on a walking tour to City Dock. Yellow balloons imprinted with Sachs for floated down Main Street and enthusiastic supporters passed out literature on the gubernatorial candidate. Sachs and Mitchell waved and shook a few hands on their way to City Dock. Just two hours earlier they had greeted equally enthusiastic support- ers in a vastly different setting at the Harbour House Apartment com- plex across the bridge in Eastport. Sachs and Mitchell were wel- comed by elderly residents who have been sweltering in early summer heat trapped in virtually airless apartments. can't go with you on the tour because I've got to get my hair Gladys a Harbour House told Sachs. I want you to know you don't have to worry. I'm gonna vote for I want you to get your hair done the day before our inaugura- because you're going to be our on Page Col. COLLEGE PARK Police are conducting a criminal investigation into the of Mary- land basketball star Len fol- lowing reports that he may have used cocaine during an all-night celebration before collapsing of an apparent heart attack Thursday. died two days after he was made the No. 2 pick in the NBA draft by the champion Boston Celt- ics. death of Len Bias is being treated as a suspicious death and a criminal investigation is under way. No further comments will be made until an autopsy report is said Prince George's County police spokesman Ernest Riess. Washington television station WRC reported yesterday that police searching Bias' car found a plastic bag under the dashboard containing a white powder that appeared to be cocaine. The car was impounded and the substance taken for testing. The television station reported that Bias and another man are believed to have gone into Washing- ton at about 3 a.m. to make a buy in a renowned drug-dealing area in the city's northeast section. The other man was a and was with Bias in his dorm room before he the station said. While homicide detectives and uni- versity police continued to interview Bias' family and team- private funeral services were set for a.m. Monday at the University of Maryland Chapel. A public tribute will follow at 7 p.m. in Cole Field House. Lou spokesman for the Prince George's County state's said prosecutors were waiting for the state medical exam- iner's report before deciding on the next step in the investigation. The report is expected no sooner than a week to 10 days. is in a feeding frenzy for but what they have to understand is that the medical examiner is the straw that stirs the Lorscheider said. Lefty Bias' coach at said yesterday that he from police that there was a trace of cocaine in his sys- Dr. John a deputy medi- on Page Col. HEART DEFECT LIKELY By SCOTT LAUTENSCHLAGER Staff Writer A heart defect carried since possibly in combination with is a likely suspect in the death of basketball star Leonard according to med- ical experts. Certain congenital heart condi- tions are commonly associated with sudden deaths of young doctors said. And which was re- portedly found hi system after he could be the final straw that causes the heart to fatally a drug ex- pert said. Results of the autopsy per- formed on Bias will not be made public for at least a the Office of the Chief Medical Ex- aminer for Maryland said yes- terday. The 22-year-old Bias died Thursday morning on the Uni- versity of Maryland campus in College Park. He had spent the previous night celebrating his selection by the Boston Celtics in the National Basketball Associa- tion draft So far explanations for Bias' death have been sketchy. Bias suffered heart and evidence of possible cocaine use was found in his doctors directly involved have been quoted as saying. Local speaking in general explained how heart defects and cocaine could cause the death of a young man in top physical condition. Cocaine has overall stimu- lating said Paul coordinator of clinical pharmacy services at Anne Arundel Gener- al Hospital. Cocaine helps the body produce and maintain high lev- els of a chemi- cal used for nerve on Page Col. Mayor wants police in the harbor By KEVIN DRAWBAUGH Staff Writer Walking on water is the only thing Annapo- lis' new law-and-order mayor hasn't asked city police officers to do in the past six months. He would have asked them to do but advisers suggested a boat might be more effective. Mayor Dennis Callahan said yesterday he wants police to start patrolling the Annapolis harbor in a 17-foot Boston Whaler he proposes the city buy for is part of an overall project we have to redesign the harbor and the job and duties of the Callahan said. can't afford to go another summer without a police boat And we're talking about a fire boat and mooring buoys want to systematize the whole he said. Callahan also proposed that the board- walked foot of City Dock between Dock Street and Compromise Street be restricted in the future to small or only. large powerboats often moor at the foot of the dock they can be seen illegally rafted and blocking the basin turning area people who are rafting up down there are probably not exactly quality said Mick executive director of the Marine Trades Association of Maryland needs to be greater organization within the The association has agreed to donate a two-way strobe anchor and lines to the police Blackistone said have some concerns We do not want a police image of intimidation to exist on the water But we're interested in working with the city to ensure safety and he said harbormaster Robert who was not consulted by Callahan on the propos- called the police boat very good But he said the mayor may be overreact- ing by proposing to bar large boats from the foot of the dock honestly don't know what impact that's going to have all the boats that come in there are these so-called macho boats. If we're doing this to keep them we might be keeping out family too. hope we're not killing the goose that laid the golden MacLennon said Heat evasion Summer marks top sales season By SHERRY YAEK Stiff Writer Outside the the abominable beat waits like a misfit troll Inside. DO matter bow hot and sweaty Main Street pedestrians people re- main cool and bright-eyed as they wander in a world where it's always December Today may be June the first day of but the heat of the cannot invade every corner of Annapolis For those in the Christmas Spirit Main St. summer marks the beginning of the best sales seatom. It does change the at- roocpeere within the wintry store Upon entering UK people are greeted by miniature of carolen. Santa CUos tod nutcrack- ers More than 20 Christmas trees of various sizes and shapes remove people from the curest worry of AroaghU to a USM whet caow is com moo and shorts are torfottea to a storage eknet Ferry staffed Wars lite osmtnmt obtrrtett the triGbcatiag tempwrttaret oetsioe. the tourist MMOB People ee veeettee ami here the tiejt to browse They have the money to Christmas Spirit owner Shir ley Chappelear said come in and they're tering But in it's cool and we're playing Christmas Mrs. Chappelear said for downtown merchants today symbolizes the official start of the tourist invasion the season when profits generally are largest Although few statistics exist about the Dumber of tourists Annapolis welcomes the state De partnent of Economic and Commu nity Development's Office of Tourist Development reported earlier this year that more people than ever before are at visitor and requesting travel brochures During the first four months of int. the tourist office received proxinatety f7.0M requests for in fonBattoe packets And summer hast joftbegvn For the Uat five years. Maryland tovrisn has increased an average of 10 S percent state Tourism Director Kert Aivenon Mid Page CM. Chrtetophef of Edgeweter got btg kkck owl of the puppet et the Fetitvet yeetordey while everyone peeetog by jot ktek oat of the dinoeeur on Sheron. bought ffw for the teetlvei on CHy Dock which 1 from 11 to 11 end tomorrow from 11 e.m. to 8 p.m
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