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Capital, The (Newspaper) - July 7, 1986, Annapolis, Maryland Away we Flower test set to oj3en SEE PAGE 23 angeeyed for athletics SEE MOST Retail Ads Classifi Circulat Newsro 208-5000 ie Tomorrow's If hazy For see page 5. VOL Cl NO. 158 JULY 25 Cents GOOD PONT FORGET COASTAL bay res- toratkra efforts and the effec- tiveness of the state's Coastal Zone Management Program will be discussed at a public meeting at 7 tonight in the lobby conference room of the Department of Natural Re- Tawes State Office Taylor Avenue. AREA COUNTY JAIL guards say favoritism is ruining morale Page 25. ENTERTAINMENT a rough ride with actor Wopat. Page 22. STATE MARYLAND IS suing the state's largest law firm over the savings and loan crisis. Page 4. THE SUPREME Court today declared unconstitutional a key provision of the Gramm-Rud- man which requires a Utt. Pages. SPORTS FRED LYNN'S home run leads the Orioles over the 14. Page 17. A DALLAS ARTIST says he woa't return the sculpture of unless he gets their horns back. One of Wayne Amerine's eight cow sculptures was sto- len from a city park exhibit in Abilene along with some horns and ears swiped from other sculptures So Amerine packed up his exhibit and shipped it home The missing statue was sur- rendered by two young men Friday minus horns and ears Amerine said if the stolen horns and ears are he might consider putting the statues back out to pasture in downtown where they were part of the city's annual outdoor sculpture exhibit. But he added just couldn't put pieces like that out and feel good about it Without the horns and they would look kind of stupid out The exhibit was a big hit in but the cows also drew less welcome attention The statues were flipped over and once placed in compromising positions After the a the campaign was launched to try to bring the cows back Lynn a member of the Abilene Cultural Affairs said she is pleased that Amerine may return the exhibit feel good about it because H reflects his knowledge about botr concerned we are about what Ms Barnett said LOTTERY Numbers drawn Saturday Three-digit 4 SMI Lotto 12 13 U 17 23 33 INDEX 4 sections. 32 pages .12 Calendar 16 Classified Ads eohrani 31 Crossword Editorial pafes Entertainmeftt OMtuaries 5 PobceBest 5 Sports 17-21 TeJevisioe listiaf i 23 Mids join Liberty's floating party Editor's Staff Writer Kevin Draw- baugh a 22-foot sailboat down the Hudson River during Liberty Weekend. By KEVIN DRAWBAUGH Staff Writer NEW YORK Fifty-three midshipmen were among the 6 million people who jammed New York this weekend for a slam- All-Amencan 100th birthday party for the Statue of Liberty The midshipmen sailed eight academy yachts in the Parade of Tall Ships Friday afternoon. That from their mooring in New they watched a fireworks display that Midshipman 1st Class Paul Lewis could only describe as were said Midshipman 3rd Class Susan of Lake Ore The annual fireworks show in Annapolis is but you really it with New York's amazing pyrotechnical ex- she said. The Manhattan skyline seemed ablaze with fireworks valued at shot into the air in a constant stream from 42 specially equipped barges in the harbor One of the best viewing points was Liberty State where the academy's eight boats were docked for the weekend in the Morris Canal near Jersey N J Dozens of smaller tall ships were docked too The larger tall ships were docked in Brooklyn and at South Street Seaport in Manhattan The Naval Academy's role in the fanfare of Liberty Weekend was a small one. President Reagan had apparently left the reviewing stand by the time the academy yawls passed one mid said But the three-day-long production was no on Page Col. 7 die during holiday Pasadena man killed in crash By JEFF DAVIS Staff Writer Seven people were killed on Maryland high- crowds jammed Annapolis to watch the fireworks and thousands flocked to Eastern Shore beaches to cool off during a steaming Fourth of July holiday weekend. In the only traffic fatality in Anne Arundel a Pasadena man was killed Thursday night in a head-on collision on Fort Small wood Road. Annapolis Harbor was jammed with boats Friday night during the fireworks display. Many boaters started jockeying for position around 1 in the afternoon to get a good spot to see the fireworks. The downtown anea was also packed with people watching the display. City howev- reported no major incidents or was nothing out of the nothing that could specifically be related to the Fourth of said Cpl. William R. city police spokesman. Powell said he was not aware of any major traffic problems in connection with the fireworks display. County did seize a small arsenal of fireworks Friday on Sunrise Beach Road in police said. The nearly 350 pieces in were confiscated in a field in the 1200 block of Sunrise Beach Road at p.m police said. Several officers arrived at that location in response to complaints from residents. Several youths fled on foot when they saw the officers. The boys got police said The in a large brown included 19 hundreds of bottle and assorted fountains and Roman police said there were no reports of heat- related emergencies despite the record tempera- tures. Weather forecasters at Baltimore-Washington International Airport reported a reading of 98 degrees one degree higher than the previous high mark set in 1977 In downtown the mercury peaked at a scorching 102 degrees yesterday smashing the 98-degree record for the date set in on Page Col. Tax overhaul would hike state rates By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS WASHINGTON People in Mary- land and dozens of other states can expect to see their state taxes rise if Congress passes a federal tax over- haul. The increases could touch off local struggles over whether to roll back taxes or take advantage of huge windfalls The increase in Maryland is ex pected to be although exact estimates have not been officials said of the changes that affect itemized deductions have a far greater impact on Maryland than on many other said Marvin a spokesman for the state Comptroller of the Treasury On the a larger percent age of Marylanders itemize than do Bond said While rough ly one-quarter of all taxpayers item ize on federal an estimated 46 percent of Marylanders itemue oo federal and state returns The tax overhaul plan that emerged from the Senate last month would retain the deductions for state and local property taxes But it would also do away with deductions for state sales among other popular deductions As it stands the plan would mean a big bonanza for state cof- fers To guard against what Bond called unnecessary state Comptroller Louis Goldstein appointed a task force last year to assess the impact of the plan Once a tax bill becomes state officials have 60-to-90 days to report its impact to the General Assembly. At least nine states predict in- creates totaling more than mil- lion a year under provisions of the tax bill passed by the Senate last month A survey of officials in the 50 states by The Associated Press shows that passage of a Ux overhaul bill like the Senate version would cause Ux increases at least 26 regardless of whether indi- viduals would be helped or hurt on their federal income taxes In many that translates to personal income tax increases of 10 percent to 20 said Gerald director of the National Asso- ciation of State Budget Officers policy will be one of if not the major issue for state legislatures in Miller said is not an issue that can be swept under the rug They can't ignore it The windfall is as much as billion in New according to a on Page Col. HOT TIME 'Oppressive9 heat arrives By LORRAINE AHEARN Staff Writer Two weeki into the summer and the lady OB the weather recording U already using op her best tires K'I not just going to be hot it's foinf to ly hot typical summer ikua- agreed meteorologist Ray Neweomb at Baltimore-Washington iBternattonal where the mercwy hit a record M degrees yesterday The previous record for JOHN MIMME of Woodland Beech gives Ms son a push es the pe4r sought relief from summer July 5 was r degrees in Newcoab said the high system that stock to the area s back like a wet rag oter the weekend will probably remain through the week By 8 m today were already into the Ms and expected to rise to the mid IOs But yesterday a miserable An had plenty of company ai cities up and down the East Coast lumbered through record-breaking heat Downtown Baltimore peaked at a scorching 102 breaking a 1MI record The temperatures crested in Nev York City at Newark at M. Philadelphia at M Paft Cei.
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