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Capital, The (Newspaper) - June 23, 1986, Annapolis, Maryland I Monday Aase settles score with Sox. SEEPAGE 16 ndel us sot fireworks. MV PAQK HOWELL C or R L A U he Tomorrow's Near 90 For see page 13. VOL Cl NO. 147 ANNAPOUS JUNE 25 Cents PONT FORGET TWO KATHARINE Hepburn Philadephia Sto- and open the summer film series at 7 p.m. tomorrow in the Pascal Center for Performing Arts at Anne Arundel Commu- nity College Admission is charged. AREA THREE PEOPLE died in two weekend car crashes Page 15. ACTION LINE THE CAPITAL'S consumer advice column helps a reader victimized by a mail-order work scheme Page 15. ENTERTAINMENT THE FRIENDS of the An- napolis Symphony is sponsor- ing tryouts for young musicians. Page 10. STATE THE NAVY could sink to the depths it reached in the 1970s if Congress has its way with the military budget. Page 4. A HAIRDRESSER from the Achille Lauro today testified that a hijacker forced him to throw the body and wheelchair of an American passenger overboard. Page 2. THE SENATE is clearing away a handful of minor amendments to a landmark tax-revision plan Page 3. SPORTS IT WAS a memorable week- end at the World Cup Page 16 PEOPLE ACTRESS Goldie pregnant with her third says she and her live-in Kurt have no plans to tie the knot because is ridicu- lous very happy The child is getting the. name Rus- sell Hawn-' Russell The kids are and Kurt bought me a beauti- ful ring as a symbol of our she told Cosmopolitan magazine in an interview and have been living together since they met while making the film Shift owning a splitting down the middle none of that really matters You have to negate it and move said who has been maimed twice what are you investing in' Concepts But concepts are broken with the snap of a finger That's why I think marriage is ridiculous For a look at other people in the news ree ptge J LOTTERY Numbers drawn Saturdaj Three-digit Pick 4 47tt Lotto Sl M J2 J5 INDEX 2 28 pages Calendar 9 Classified Ads 21 27 Crossword 22 12 Entertainment 1011 Obttaanes 13 Police Beat 13 Sports lft-20 Television listings 11 death probed ANNAPOLITAN Col. George the police inspects 1st Sgt. Michael Panos and other REFORMER State policy chief runs law-and-order business Staff Writer CoL George B. Brosan does not wear a The sew superintendent of the Ifajyland State Police also an U.year Annapolis reskterit prefers bis business suits for more than one reason don't intend to wear it at he said during a recent interview on the back porch of bis borne in Admiral Heights didn't go up through the ranks and I'm not really interested in the uniform When a former Drug Enforce- ment Administration was chosen by Gov. Barry Hughes to head the agency last he expected the veterans to resent an outsider. That wasn't the case. don't find that he said. rather bappy that someone came from outside 'the agency to bead it up. really not but way they not wearing the uniform identify myself as not having come from the The agency was reeling in controversy when he took over m November. There were charges of promotion racial bias and low morale. Attorney General Stephen Sachs had issued a report criticizing the promotional system and the previous super- Col Wilbert had re- signed Hughes called on who had no ties to the to restore sound management principles. a registered Independent and New said he hopes to sepa- from the past administrations the i the business suit will help. Brosan plans to the state increase efftctewtf SJMtaWMte more with found fee state L budgeted over the last Brosan said were not modem in their equipment They had just an abun- dance of outstanding people who were frustrated because they didn't havp good Brosan has identified three areas for immediate attention changing the promo tion getting better pay for the troopers and beefmg up minority recruit- ment The Jan 18 medevac helicopter crash which killed two troopers in Baltimore also demanded much attention. To avoid criticism that he was interested only in drugs from his 12 years with the Brosan did not make any immediate changes in that area. was very sensitive to thought if on Boat charters feast on boom But new federal law threatens floating tax shelters By DEBRA VIADERO Basnets Writer If they could eat the dollars coming to their businesses this area yacht charter agencies would be very fat indeed. Business has never been most opera- tors said. even as they they look over their shoulders Tax reform changes being contemplated in Congress threaten to take their knives and forks away Dozens of big and small companies make their living off the bay by renting and main- taining other people's boats Since the yacht charter industry established ftseif here about five years these firms have struck bappy liaisons with the boat nwncn who supply them The boat owners buy the put them in charter fleets and make back their money through five-year accelerated depreciation investment tax credits and the revenue they earn through charters It can be a good tax shelter Under current federal tax some ac- countants figure that the boat owner still gets use of the boat for 14 days a year or 10 percent of the period the boat is leased whichever is greater Sometimes the charter business provides a boost to a companion yacht brokerage They aUow the brokerage customer to dnve' the bolt before buying Seven of eight area operators interviewed for this story business has doubled or better so far this summer market every year grows a little more It just took on a life of its own this said Audrey manager of Ome- ga Yacht Sales Charters in Annapolis It's difficult to pinpoint the reason Some operators believe the local yacht charter industry has undergone a shakeout' in recent years One of the largest agencies on the Dockside went out of business last October Some companies are raking in the customers left behind market for purchasing boats is soft now People are just finding out that in lieu of purchasing a it s a lot cheaper to charier on Col Si Jury to call coach By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS COLLEGE PARK While family and fans bid a final farewell to Len Bias at services questions about the circum- stances surrounding the death of the 22-year- old University of Maryland basketball star will not be laid to rest. The tragedy of Bias' untimely death last two days after he was selected by the champion Boston Celtics as the second player taken in the NBA has been further marred by unconfirmed reports that traces of cocaine were found in his system and a packet of powdery white substance was found in his car. The answers to those questions won't be known until the medical examiner releases his report and those with Bias in his last hours are questioned. A Prince George's County prosecutor says friends and teammates of Bias will be called nefore a grand jury tomorrow. But mourners will remember the strapping 6-foot-8 player who created magic on the basketball court and died just be about to make a longtime dream come 'rue. Biarejflapsed in bis dormitory room in College Park and died of apparent cardiac arrest. Thousands began paying their respects in filing past bis coffin at a wake in the small brick Pilgrim African Methodist Episcopal Church in the Capitol Hill area. A private funeral service was set for this morning at the University of Maryland chapel. A public tribute is scheduled for 7 p.m. at the Cole Field where Bias played. Prince George's County State's Attorney Arthur M. Marshall Jr. said last night that those he expects to be questioned tomorrow include Maryland Coach Lefty Driesell as well as basketball players Terry Long and David who were reportedly with Bias in his college dorm early Thursday morning. Marshall said police were still looking for Brian a longtime friend of and another unidentified who were with the player hi the hours before he collapsed A police official acknowledged there were reports that Bias had been seen hours before bis death in a Washington area known-toe its on-the-street drug sales. According to some of Bias' Tribble drove with Bias to a street in northeast Washington several hours before the basketball player died The investigation likely will stretch beyond the Bias death into alleged drug use in the sports program and on the College Park campus in Marshall said. Prince George's County police are continu- ing their investigation into Bias' which they call suspicious. Police today planned to question Long and as well as but there no word on if be would talk with authorities Alan J attorney for Long and refused to comment on whether the players had met with police or whether interviews with police were scheduled Asked why Long and Gregg had retained an Golditein said. they roust have felt the need to have some legal if nothing else to handle the media Responding to that Dnesell had OB Page Col Ruth deli dies HUTU 1tIMM6 By LAURAINB WAGNER SCOTT LAUTEN9CHLAGER SUff Writers Everyone a friend to Roth Levitt customers and employees the famous tad tfce erdieary. vttttver caste tarto CUe It Ruth's Defiy os Mate Street Bat the vivacious woman who helped mo the landmark resUarant for 21 yean died Friday at Arasdel HecpiUl of the cetes esscer that had plagued her isr six years She was B Funeral services were held yester day in Baltimore The restaurant will closed for a week of mourn tag It will reopen Saturday Her husband of 17 years. Charles A this morning was tbt heart of the sod her heart it stai left it with her Ted The Levitts came from where Mrs Levitt was bom. to open otd-hsfesoMd conter-aod booth eatery h IMS sad H KMB became like s hesse to customers aad the Levitts alike When her husband suffered a heart attack shortly after opening the restaurant Mrs Levitt would drive from Baltimore early each morninf with the three children. Iris. Ted and to prepare for opening The children would nap to the booths the school came The walls are decorated wrth pbo togrtphs of their family and their cbBdren't weddings Over the count er are describing sandwiches named for local celebrities The was the heart of the place and her heart is still 'Chic'Levitt Gov Handel if chopped liver corned it roast lettuce and horserettsfc on rye M Page Cti
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