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Capital, The (Newspaper) - July 15, 1986, Annapolis, Maryland Disney Mickey and symphony. SEEPAGE 19 buyers quarrel over complaints. SEE PAGE 11 HOUIFLL MICROFILMS P 0 BOX 1 LAUREL Circulation Newsroom Tomorrow's Sunny For see page 7. GOOD DON'T FORQET THE NAVAL Academy Band presents a tree With Irving at I tonight at City Dock. pouce VANDALS CHOPPED down three flri overnight at South- ern Senior High School. f. ARCA THE CITY Council sells a fire it. TALK Of THt TOWN ROBINWOOD residents are proud of recent improvements to their DR.QOTT HYPERACTIVITY can have many symptoms. a. THE MARKET tor oftioe space rentals li 9TATM A VIP CROWD honored re- tiring U.S. Chsrtes Mathias Jr. last night la Baltl. more. Ftfs A CONVICTED FBI spy ard W. Millar yesterday re. ceived two life sentences plui 80 yean In prison. Psjv NASA HAS SET the first quarter ot 19M si Its target date tor flying the ipace shut- tie Ptft 3. SPORTS NAPOLEON McCALLUM could serve the Navy well by playing tor the Joe Gross says. 11 PiOPLM BARBARA who has Interviewed and kings snd queens of the entertainment I has signed s five-year contract I with ABC. No finan- Icial terms were dis- The agree- jment calls Ifor Miss Walters to continue as co-boat of tbe ABC news mag- asine while also doing prime-time specials and other such as ABC's forth- coming broadcast on SO years of Life magasine. Already this year Miss Wai. ters has interviewed former Haitian leader Jean-Claude Davalier and President Rea- gan and first lady Nancy Rea- gan. Some of her recent entertain- ment subjects were Sally Eddie Murphy and Burt Reynolds. For a look at other people in tbe J LOTTERY Numbers drawn Tkree-difit Stt Pick 4-MIS IMMOf 4 paf es. ro Croetword BsBtoftals tt-JS ....M ....II I .IMS T II HOOP BLAH Neighbors complain of leagues By BOB MITCHELL Staff Writer Scouting opponents ai he itood at Lawrence Form- ter shrugged oft reporti ot row- dyism at the Annapolii City Summer Basketball League. got the finest patrolling the basketball league coach pointing to a nearby police thing's floe. Everything'i But it hasn't ilwiyi been that war tor the summer amateur league that drawi top.livel legiate tslent and up to UN ipeetatori to Truxtun Park twice a week. Despite precautions takes by tht city to better manage crowdi and parting thli nearby reiidents lay they an Hill fiffltlni litter sad noise people on Hilltop and they it quite ssM Cartos mot ot IflTftfairtftiiHnlBhtBiti drug use and drink- ing in the along wtth parking In nearby private ing loti and nave marred tbe league in the Mayor Dennis CaUahan aaid. It happened every tingle game last he Tail two to tour 111 police offlcen are sniinad to managa traffic in the parking and restrain tan rowdiness. Two private security oa Pago PUYIMWARMuabsjforo Toxic cloud fells 4 Chemicals mixed at college pool By DAN CASEY Staff Writer Toxic chlorine gaa created when two chemicals were mixed at the Anne Arundel Community College swimming pool yesterday injured tour one of them otficals said. Tbe noon accident apparently occurred when a pool supply company worker mixed liquid chlorine and muriatic acid In a room beneath the said Lt. Frank s county firs department spokes- Three people were flown by helicopter to hospitals in and one AACC security guard was taken to Anne Arundel General officials Firefighters had the situation under control by I but remained on the scene until after p.m. tor the Stokes said. The Joseph Briicoe ot Silver wai la critlcil condition st the Shock-Trauma Center at University a hospital ipokeswoin- sassid. Two AACC Edward ot and Patriots ot Parry to Warded condition at the Francli Scott Key Unit in a hospital spokeswoman Hoffman and Hansook were being held tor observation because they may have inhaled chlorine the spokeswoman laid. Lots s security wsi treated and released st Anne Arundel General a spokes- woman Stokes said tour people swimming st the time of the accident escaped without injury. The pool and tbe building in which it it housed ware closed at least until forcing the cancellation ot at least tour swimming said Tbeooe AACC spokeswoman. The county Health Department will Inspect the pool Ms. Bolos said. on Col. 'Reform' tarnishes tax-free bonds By DEBRA VIADE10 Once a major financial tool for aew and expanding county business- tax-free development bonds are finding tow takers this year. In the first aii months of county officials have approved three development worth lion. In S28 million in bonds were issued over the same period last rear. just about said Jeffrey L. director of the county Office of Economic Development as they are are loans by private lenders that are given tax-tree status by state and county governments. Tbe who gets the tax passes the sav- ings on to the business in tbe form of lower interest rates. Stone said federal tax reform ef- forts in Congress helped trigger the slowdown. Businesses stopped apply- ing tor the bonds after November when the House Ways sY Means Committee approved its Ux reform bill be said. there was a great influx of calls asking about tbe bill and what it is aU about And then it got real Stone said. Both the the House bill and the tax-reform bQl that emerged from the Senate in June would shrink the program and restrict its use. But individual businesses will Dot find out bow they fare until later this year when a House-Senate confer- ence committee puts together a com- promise bill. s Already this state who parcel oat tbe bond authoriza- have cut allocations in antici- pation of Ux reform. In this county. the allotment feQ from SSS million to million. the same interest rates were down so low you could do s conventional loan and be reasonably close to the same Stone said. So turned to private lend- ers. Industrial revenue bonds carry interest rates rife equal about 70 to 75 percent of tnrprime Stone said. with market rates lower than they have a business can borrow tbe money from a private forego tbe expense of hiring a bond forget about tbe costs of complying with regulations tor tax-free bond use and do almost as well. One possible drawback for local businesses is the county's newly created small business revolving loan fund is funded with fees from industrial revenue bond users. Because county officials have col- lected tbe fees tor almost a tbe fund now has HOO.OOO. But littie or no use of industrial revenue funds mean that the fund has dismal future growth But all that could depend- ing on tile outcome of congressional Page Col. Life saver Man saves drowning baby By DAN CASEY Staff Writer An Arnold boese panter 8 pretty a back-yard feaee to save tbe life of Kahv fl verv a la-moatb-oW Gtagemile boy tbe chfld's mother lUCky baby. I m said not rare how be got over. I he tetned over tbe Llndy CUfTleW Lfat4y the bebyl moth- Mrs. of Coriander Piece fas GittfervHk Manor eretf. fts boose pttoter Moen wtta saving the ttfe el bar set JasxYey a pretty a very neky taby. I'n Mrs. Carrier sail tfcasMtl that I was there and fntt I bed first eat snsmetxeB. I was to ito ttaw 111 about p.m. in Mra Carrier's back uid U Robert fire tepartmatt spokecmao wnet I ttthei my teek aad my wtat to get MaetatBj out of the He's ttver last MHW Carrier Ik Aiwat wee at a Tke
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