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   Capital, The (Newspaper) - July 2, 1986, Annapolis, Maryland                               f Retail BuslntM' 7 aw TomorroWe forooMh perfertf JULY 35 Sfifil X09 0 d TBMOH TOOTOUP Blf Ntte Out ptrten free concert of twtaiead nek and roD at 7 fceigfcUtCKyDock. A TttN-AGW fc wtth stabbing death ftgt WHAT DOES the future hold JOINT ISLAND QUEEN ANNE'S County has tentatirely agreed to plan a t t ADDING FIBER to the diet couldn't hurt PJfflfl. CtfgPS CHOICE BEATS home- made ice cream. SNTERTAINMeNT JAZZ AND magic are in store for the Page St. STATB A GRAND JURY invdtigat. tag Len death won't hear testimony for three more NATION WOMEN'S RIGHTS advo- say fight for fur U bartered by a Court rntog on A NEW government effort to tett AIDS drugs only a drop to the 4 what be researchers SPORTS CHBB EVERT LLOYD end NavraUlova are on coarse for another Grand Slam final dash tt Wimbledon. Page 2S. PEOPLE G. Gordon trading on hii notoriety as a Watergate burglar and on Jear of taysjie is a orporate security training academy and renting the ear. view of a 10- multin. ational com- a n d o squad. The 55-year-old former FBI agent said his of former Israeli' and Cuban commandos and British is availa- ble for hostage His main customers be American business executives serving ovoneaa. In the unhappy event that they seise one of vow children... wt win be able to do the necessary to handle A Hurricane Force would run from NBMOO to H be said. Liddy served more than four years in prison for his convtc- tton in the burglary of Democratic Party Headquar- ten and the office of PeaUgoa Paperi.leaker Daniel Elli- ben'iptrcbittrtetialfn. Nttntpen drawn Three-digit Pkk4-MIL INDfX 4 44 Cakttdar......... duetfted Ads...... Coniet. coJumni Croeswd Mttarlali ..'..43 ....17 ....10 .11-14 U ...11 .041 ....n chief faces 35 years in prison s term s on funds By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS BALTIMORE Imprisoned bust hessman Jeffrey A. who was to be sentenced bn not re- paid the million he admitted bt from two iivingi and low proiecuton objected pleaded guilty May 27 to an chaffing that he itolt from the now-defunit .Court Savings 'and Loan ail misappropriated that money plai another II million from First Pro- gressive Savinfi and which later merged Into Old Court At that Levitt's lawyer indi- cated bis client intended to repay the money before although he wai not legally required to do so. Levitt wai to be sentenced thii but. the funds lid not been pnridttai of yesterdajr. Paul Mark San. refused.yesterday to comment on Levitt'j Prosecutors said day planned to aik Circuit Jadge Edward Ange- Ittti to sentence Levitt to H yean in with no chance of parole unto Of fuadi havt been repaid. If Levitt rtturni the money within 10 pmecutori would not ob- ject te.a laid Attorney Gtiaejii Melton H. him to five that SeoJifeoid. done it taken stolen moved lome of it around. foarttouei to perpetuate the fraid to holding embeixled from OW Court in hit wife's name and the names of nil accordng to a memorandum filed by Sachs1 office. Levitt is serving an 18-month state sentence oft criminal contempt charges for violating a Sl.OMMt-week spending limit imposed by Circuit Judge Joseph H.H. Kaplan. Prosecutors said that even though Levitt pleaded he refuses to .admit own defendant points bis ixing finger at his industry and his gambling proclivi- Prosecutors plan to askthtjudge to sentence Levitt to 35 years In wiHi no chance of parole until the funds have been repaid. without ever looking into the mirror of realfiy to see the reflection of his own the prosecuton' memo said. They said a light sentence for Levitt would send out a message that crime actually pays. and at- torneyi should be to a higher standard of eondwt thin the aver' age man on the the memo laid. officers entrusted with funds must never be tempted to abuse their positions as Levitt has it laid. Levitt also faces to New York for aOtfedly ptottttr eal MB unlti in HtHnilfco condominium project never taflt He and three othmjnaft tadteted lent statements OeuaeHf rawed to Hew York Attorney General Robert Abrams as they prepared to sell tht conelovilAiUi unhT at the Gatiby's Lending project in GtrvieiPokt The project was never buill on mi acre which onct was landfill. Indicted along with Levitt were Barry of New John B. of Glen tad Andrea of New York. Levitt'i share of the Village Green corporation the sponsor of the Girriei Point project -wai soiled by Maryland when it took over his assets following the collapse of OH officials said. Foes remain polite Sachs-SchaeJer debate sp s By PAT RIVIERE Staff Writer Appearing together in the lirit gubernatorial of fte 1W6 dec- aW Schacfer and Attorney General Stephen Sachs clashed is Annapolis yesterday over education taxes and Maryland's busmen cli- mate. Schaefer attacked Sachs' proposal to increase state funding for educa- tion by raising the sales tax 1 saying the. tax was unnecessary and would discourage new business from locating in the state. spouting went Schaefer's record in the ctty on public mental health and aid to the poor. But the disagreements were and neither Democratic candidate made any major although Schaefer at one pomt referred to his running Senate President vin as Mayor is a very honorable Sachs said. we have very different priori- think there is a common thread here that we all really want to do the right thing for Schaefer said in his closing remarks. Both candidates courted the wom- en legislators who sponsored the forum. Schaefer used his opening remarks to talk about the women his administration has hired. Sachs also paraded his record of hiring women before people who attended the in the joint hearing room of the Legislative Ber. vices Building. The two also said they en Cat WITH HER tkMflttftic horeoe and dog tegglng Jane Africa a tight on adopted wild muitang. CORRALLED Horse trainer saddles up a piece of the nation's past By EFFffi COTTMAN SlaffWrtter A slice of American history is alive in Jane 'Africa's backyard. And tt Ukes to knock down swing sets and chew on its owner. a piece of America's heri- Mri. Africa said of her fieity wild bred on the open ranges of Nevada and now living on her Crownsville farm. Like the horses cowboys saddled up in the Old Nevada Nomad came with a more defiant spirit and scruffier appearance than any domestic hone she'd seen. Bat in for patient and Mrs. Africa got a bit of this nation's past and Just maybe a champion trail rider. She adopted one of thousands of horses and burros avaflable each year through a federal plan to reduce wild nerds in Wyo- California and other states. The U.S. Department of Interior's Land Management Bureau rounds up and examines the then ships them to distribution Centers around the country. People who have a fenced pen and a lot of patience can adopt a boneJor wo. yon want a registered you're not going to find one. You've got to want a wfld laid Lilly Thomas of a natural reaoareea specialist for the program. mustang Amber kept her she said. After be got need to his new he repeatedly broke down his fence and cam to t- nor oeoroom wmoow neigning tor she said. are unique she said. For hundreds of these horses thrived in the open after eeeaptag fami or wagon trains. on Page Cei. Fireworks mishaps increase Noise-shy pets may need drugs By LINDA DllLFNG Stiff Writer No mitttr how during tbt Fourth of July may be faced with cxcitMl or covrrinf inlmiii known to Jump out of or throuih of frig br toixl notiti durlAf rammer irv tort of aoUtf that couW a behivH dog boH or a door said KM OWMT of frtcedthip who wortu at a dof obediMce trateer. said she often ostt btbarkvr modifica- tion drags to help aainuJs bow to with UNtr star of ted notes. The wtteh she preecrfbes uodcr the of a are aot traaojfi. but ritber relieve anxiety. Mi. 11 id there are two wayi to break the dot of i noise phobia. In severe cases she mtkei of starting wtth soft and LncreatLng to qulteloud. The uadtr tbe influence of the anti-anxiety drug. U deeeniititexi to the loud noise tocrtmonUlly. Mr Ciiuw uid the uaei the behavior roodlficition lechniquei used by piyehologiits to cure people of ID leta Mvere Ml. Clause said she preacrlbei tbe anti-anxiety drug for two week i Durifif two the dog ia confronted wjtli loud DoiMS in his everyday life H he heari tbe loud ooilM. doesn't totter from be may recover from his pbobli Pet orwntm rin ilio hire their votetinirian pretcHbe mild uid Aidfea a vrterinary rtudettt who worki at the Oreiter AAaapoba Vfteruury HotptUl. TW traootiiliMr u administered sjr a akort Burns account for half of injuries By SCOTT LAUTINSCILAOBB SteffWrtter Tbe typical offender to a boy 12 to IS yean but men in their Xfe and Me an known to doit They all like to make noise. Some enjoy blowing up. they poae a vexing problem far government tutborrUei at a time when patriot- ism ti tbe predominant theme. Tbe crime Li or of illegal flreworti Local authoritiM are iituiag their aafiual warningi about penalties and dangen. Bat it lean one total official is peesiatitk abort efforta to curb tbe problem. There is so modi of there arent end flumea te go said BattaBon CUef Bdward Aerieek of the Fire are setting off on the boats. They art setting them off on the Yet jast so much of tt that you feat he laid. The situation to have gotten worse ta recent and It U that more sorions have not Sbertoek said. But lock can ipreid only to thin because fireworka are dangerxnu And the of miabapt bai been riatng. About 10 MO people were ireited in hospiUl emcrgeocy few flrfworkvrelaud riei ie 1HJ ircordinf to tbe Coaittiaer Prodvha Safety Buna accooBtMl for more Uao half of tbe lejuiM Tbert i be i.aeo and eyes were damaged l.SM la Maryland. 2S firtvor1u.related mjurtee were reported lift year tfvrtag the week befora Jely to the Mate fin on Oal _ it A. Xife   

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