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Capital, The (Newspaper) - July 11, 1986, Annapolis, Maryland South Visitor gets 'tall' praise. SEE PAQE Your No need for sag In U.S. women rip Soviets. SEC PAQE 1B Retail Ads 268.0000 HOWELL MICROFILMS P 0 BOX 1558 LrVJPtL MD 2O707 Tomorrow'a see page 13. VOL JULY 25 Ctnti Traffic tieups to last years Center li it coot 11 STREttT demolition poiium its BUSINESSMAN takeover 13. DEL ARTI8T HOWE'S Illuitrationi exhibit it MTOMAt CAND1- ftseos Md DoaaM Miasfer r debating. killed dsoavfiss JtWhSf member TV actor Fro- in flvt episodes eight ia ii out strongly about and the need to as. But going beyottd sexual contact with t believe that AIDS is to be ashamed ot that I should a said Keen- found out he hnd AIDS weeks ago. who plated Tedd on the daytime TV Opera of Our portrayed stable hand tow Driscoll on the ABC-TV idgfattiiy soap 'Dytiasty Hat Isst acting wis the mate romantic lead tn the MM movie Summer Faa- apposite Jwliaane tPhfl- Niao later married tack said whe Iwhen he died Oct. lef toes friend. They never ttstr on the end By EFFIE COTTMAN Stiff Writer on county grow- S twice ii fait it the get worn bitori it geti my the itite highway admlnli- n tor laid briefing for county Kaiioff trftd to allay feari that mi million In highway and bridge will lead to iniufferable tyageition in and near But he admitted that It will be vean before driven benefit from the ambitioua highway eonitructlon have a very ikimpy Kaiioff laid of the thor- aughfarei that now connect Annapo- Price hikes Cost of homes in county up By DEBRA V1ADERO Writer Ailing mortgage interett ratei ipiwaiag tome of the blggeit county Mint prices ia You're Into the oW Iswi of aupply and laid Hammond S. a longtJms Several Park real eitftte agent and preildent of the M try land Auoclttlon of Realtor demand ii up due to low Merest people are more apt io purchase and they're more apt to urchaie at a higher he laid. The average price of a home lold the county during the first six -oaths of tail year was to figures compiled by the ine Arundel County Board of Real- r p That represents a 10.8 percent r crease over the same period last when the average home price local real estate agents said they seen increases ranging from 6 to 20 percent. The price oi creasingly scarce waterfront prop- i has skryrocketed still said Tne increases here mirror nation e trends. The National Associa- of Realtors figures that the price of an existing home Creased from April to May t that median national -nee was 12 2 percent higher than rst May It s the largest monthly dollar on Page Col Road9 bridge work fears aired Ui to Baltimore and Highwayi and bridgei during the next five yeari wilUian- die traffic growth through the year he In the the State High- way Admlniitration will try to keep traffic rolling and ipeed conitruc- he The for hai prom tied contrictori a 11 million bonui If they complete the Route SO Severn River Bridge in the fall of initead of ipring IBM. In roadi will be kept open during but traffic may be ilowed by narrower lanei and the tendency for driven to rubberneck near eonitructlon he iiid. have today and the oonitructlon ii not going to make It any he aaid. Conitructlon already li under way on a new Baltimore to Annapolii Intentate to relief congeition on Highway and Ritchie Next work begini on a two- year project to widen the new Sev- ern River which Kaiioff called of the moit lignificant botUenocki in the Annapolii Thii the King George Street Bridge over College Creek will be cloied for the fall and winter while a new bridge li built. In an unrelated project that alio will affect the salt-bound ipan of the Cheiapeake Bay Bridge will cloie for the the next two for major But all that palei compared to what liei firit big problem year ii In 1088 when juit about everything along Route 90 will be under con- Kaiioff No ftnt ilgn of relief will be noticed on Highway in TRAOIC PALL City reeous workers uMd body brace to carry a baby who ItH from third-story baloony at the Harbour Houss Apsrtmsnts In Eaetport Authorities eaW this morning that the Identified to AnneAfundtt Qanaral Hospital and lattr to to Johns Hopkins Canter Hospital In wttars she was listed In good condition. The mother wee Identified as Nancy Akers of 1195 Madison St. Pholo by Gilbvrl whsn a legment of the new Baltimore to Annapolii highway he laid. going to have a difficult four or five laid County Executive Jamei But in the really ihould eaie the hs laid. Traffic around the Annapolii area li growing twice ai fait ai the county LIghthiier laid. More thin cari crou the new Severn River Bridge twice ai many ai IS yean Kaiioff Route Generali Rit- chie Highway and leveral roadi in Parole alio bear the brunt of boom- Ing traffic he iiid. oa Page Col. Probe delay Judge blocks club subpoena By KEVIN DRAWBAUGH Staff Writer A Circuit Court Judge ruled yeiter- dayihat the Annapolii Human Rsla- Commliiion may not lubpoena fronr the Eaitport Demo- cratic Club before. July Ha ruliflg leti Itack the iJoo'i of alleged racial sad wxual diicrimination in the all- all-aisle State Street club. By granting the club'a requeit for aa Judge Morrli Turk forced the commiiiion to cancel a meeting lait night to which club had been lummoned to Mid City Attorney Jonathan Hodgson. The judge also blocked the com- mission from serving another sum- mons on the club before July court officials said. The 10-day injunction is meant to give the club more time to decide how' it will respond to the commis- sion Hodgson said. simply a temporary injunc- be said. After July the commission' probably will issue another subpoena to obtain the club's bylaws and testimony about its membership pol- icies. I have not been told he said The court ruling marks a new twist in the controversy over the city's probe into discnmma tion m private clubs businesses in Annapolis on Page 16. Col. i Fire service merger idea splits city Pay lures firefighters away By JEFF DAVIS Staff Writer of a brighter future are mng from the AnnapolU Fire at an alarming rite Six men left the fire department in ind 10 left in 1985 Thii year two men have departed in the department claim tbl which itarted i round won't rod soon fruttriUnf to ui li the turnover rate U phenomenal since the lurroundtnf raised said Charlei A president of Local IBM of the Inter national Association of Fire Flfht- which tbt clty'i city of. Annapolii hn been reluctant to keep up with thi be said. The high exit rate U in iharp contrast to stertoui yssrt Ptma UTI to only one nan rertfsed sad tire according to rtre Chief Charles H. ttasto City flrtftfktars reeeetly received aa I jssreeat pay but that apparently has not satisifed the fire fighters still sending out resumes A beginning city firefighter is paid followed by a firefighter first class lieutenant and captain The pay is Increased through longevity In surrounding only Baltimore City IU beginning fireflghteri leu First year In Baltimore County make followed by Prince County and Anne Arundel County say AnnapolU hsi be- come i training ground for other career firefighters City ftrtflfbteri lent to the training academy In tflllemillc with pay and given valuable expert in Annapolli Then they leave tor a hlfhtr paying Job in another jurisdiction where then art more and more cbsocei of id vancewent get yevrftet wet. get somt put tt on your resume sod they'll scoop you Mid a ea Page 11. Col. mayor at odds Last in a series JEFF DAVIS Staff Writer Merging the Annapolis Fire percent of the people who have left simply admit they see higher salaries and a larger chance of Chtof H. Steele De partment with the county fire ser vice ctwld save money and solve manpower Or M eookd waste money and leave the city worse off than before While the county a of luch a the bittle already have been drawn on a Question that hsi bitterly divided and before. Mayor Denaii Callable uyi a merger would be a good idea if H IIVM money The local union hscks the arguing it will end a manpower shortage la Annapolii aod lacrssee their per- cheeks sad comes down to sad ssid Callahas. icadem- CsIlshsB ssid the dtr firs dapait. saanal is 14.4 mfilim percent at me etty'i budget By silaiiiiilin duplkatka ef set- and laving money the merger to be a good deal as long v a i the quality of service does not he said question li bow much are we going to the mayor laid not going to save 14 4 mil but maybe we can save S2 5 for every 145.000 save one cent on their property tax he City aod county have been exchanging information on a possi- ble merger foV several months. Cat- Ishss ssid. The restthi are expected sometime tail fall CsUshas acknowledged opposition may come from cttv ftreflghton not wanting to hs transferred to ether parti of the or top officials not wsatiftf to become pert of s laqtt organisation. -Tlut ess all ha haadled thronfh ha asM- nrt Chief Cnartos R hsi 1 of the atnee nn. cUned to ofler hU views on the
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