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Capital, The (Newspaper) - August 1, 1986, Annapolis, Maryland In 'Oil Can'back with Red Sox. SEE PAGE 16 South Delia Nutwell celebrates. SEE PAGE 6 HQUdLL P 0 BOX LAUREL Circulation Newsroom MD 2OB-4UUU 268-5000 Jhe Tomorrow's Wear 90 For see page 11. VOL. Cl NO. 1BO AUGUST 25 Cents GOOD PONT FORGET tomatoes and other produce will be available at the Farmers' held from 8 a.m. to 2 p.m. tomor- row and Saturdays through October at Riva Road and Harry S. Truman Parkway. AREA STAFF cuts hurt Crownsville quality of care. Page 15. ETCETERA THE DRIVER who hit the sheriff probably won't be depu- tized. Page 15. ARUNDEL ARTIST CLASSICAL idiom leaves mark on Annapolis. Page 9. STATE STATE officials didn't use insider knowledge to withdraw funds. Page 4. NATION REHNQUIST hearing focus- es on harassment. Page 2. SOUTHERN farmers given alligators seek cooler wa- ters. Page 3. PEOPLE Jazz pianist Teddy wfo helped bring integrated mttslc from after-hours jam sesiions at small clubs to time e r f o r mances with Benny Goodman Orchestra during the has I who was died yesterday at his New Brit- where he spent the last several years of his life battling a digestive illness. Wilson spent much of his career as a soloist or leader of his own small but achieved jazz prominence dur- ing a four-year stint with the Benny Goodman Orchestra. I got out of playing with Teddy was in a jazz like what I got from playing Mozart in a string Goodman once said of Wilson. Wilson played with the Good- man with Goodman on clarinet and Gene Krupa on as well as the full band. The trio was later ex- panded to quartet and and featured such other jazz stars as Lionel Hampton on the vibraphone and Charley Chris- tian on guitar. In joining Wilson was among the first black peo- ple to become popularly ac- cepted playing alongside white musicians But in an oral history done with jazz historian Len Wilson downplayed his role in breaking down the color bar- rier in music. He said Good- man's band wsi integrated before be came along For a took at other people in the news see ptgt 3 LOTTERY Numbers drawn yesterday Three-digit Pick 4 INDEX I a pages Calendar Classified Ads columns Crossword Editorials tutertatoiBent OMfciarfel PakkeBaat SevtB county Sports Teteviaioa listings 27 M 11 Dredging plan to open creeks By CHRISTINE NEUBERGER Staff Writer A score of boating channels clogged by decades of runoff will be reopened under an ambitious five- year plan to dredge the county's most unnavigable'creeks. Leading the silt-filled waterways to be unclogged are Parish Creek and Snug both in Shady Church Creek near Annapolis and Rockhold Creek in ac- cording to a countywide list slated for official release today. For years many dredging projects have languished on county dormant mostly for lack of land to deposit the spoils. In recent the County Council in- creasingly has objected to the de- lays. Apparently responding to that cri- the comprehensive list reflects a commitment to reopen 23 ponds and headwaters. more emphasis is going to be put on this type of on finding the place to put the spoil said Robert an engineer in the county public works department's bureau of watershed programs. erosion and other culprits have filled in reducing prop- erty values and damaging recrea- tional opportunities watermen and it's hard for boats to get ouf residents are tired of paying high taxes for living on water they can't said County Council Chairman Virginia P D-West whose south county district includes several creeks long slated for dredg- ing. have needed priorities. It could to finally have an ordered list. Dredging is so expensive that you have to focus start at the top and whittle our way through the Some projects are financed with .state or federal funds or a mixture of all three. Others are funded with state waterway loans that must be repaid by the property owners who benefit from the restora- tion. Silt will be removed from creeks south of Annapolis slated for dredg- ing within the next year or One of the largest restorations is Parish Creek. The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers is awaiting for this federally authorized propos- but the county bought a spoil site for Regan Dredging of nearby Snug Har- bor is expected this year. The state on Page Col. FREEING Dartarw and daughter Amy Sinn. REAL LIFT Elevator nabs new-bride By JOANNA RAMEY Staff Writer Darlene Stem's wedding at the county courthouse yesterday was anything but a In the shaded courtyard facing Church Ms Stem became the wife of Crownsville resident Ron Cook. Everything went smoothly until they encountered a sudden separation. The new Mrs Cook became stuck in the courthouse elevator. The bride spent her first 35 minutes of matrimony trapped with her 11-year-old Amy. Standing on the other side of the steel the groom his face aglow with red lipstick freshly planted by the bride. was waiting to get but the doors shut before I got a Cook tooting bit bewikfcred bjr nil wadding daydfinuu. Do yw tttalt we should eafi the told them I was but that I was stuck in the elevator. They didn't believe me.'1 Darlene Cook But firefighters who ntabed to the sceat already were taking turns with janitors in prying the elevator's doors with crowbars. They did manage to force the doors open an affording the groom a quick glimpse of his wife. I see said the lead guitar player for The a band. I soe all right. It's M MM Mort asiaaokati eosjfregaiatt. Cwk Oat fra Rookies afloat Boats rented sans seamanship By PETER WEST Staff Writer Lacking an understanding of basic seamanship won't keep you from renting a small powerboat in Annap- though finding a runabout in one of the East Coast's sailing met- cas isn't according to an infor real surrey by The Ctpitil Of the 14 companies listed under the category of boat rental and leastag in tbe telephone oaty Bastport's Sport Boat Rentals and Pier 7 Marina to Edgewater rent smaD runabouts shailar to tbe one involved in tbe boat manslaughter case of actor Grtffia O'Neal Giaa Carte son of movfe director Francis Ford Coppo- wav killed Memorial Day while aboard ODC of Pier 7 s 14 foot McKee Craft When questioned anonymously about their rental spokes men for both rental agencies said they require customers to be at least 18 years old and to produce thetr driver's license Neither required any boatmjt expe nence or knowledge But both said they offered instruc- tions in the operation of boats as recommended by s spokesmtn for the maritime industry would encourage our mem bers to at least go over tbe boat and tbe bask rules of the vaid Mick executive director of tbe Marine Trades Association of oa Page U. 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Stores warned about fake IDs By DAN CASEY Staff Writer Prompted by a recently uncovered the county liquor board bat warned all liquor stores and bars to be on tbe watch for teen-agers and other young adults passing Wtthing- D C drivers' licenses Tbe fraudulently obtained licenses allow people uoder 21 to buy liquor sad to get served at ban Tbe from county liquor board Chairman Thomas E JUggin. tefls liquor store aad bar owners to be wary of setting beer and other alcoholic beverages any yooUt who stews a District of Cofembta driv- er's as proof of age you teei tbe persons are not of it is your choke to decline Riggn wrote in the letter Tbe Uceases the uoder-21 crowd are obtaining are offkial Washing- D.C driver's said one 19-year-old who spoke oo the condi- tion that his name not be used According to the the scam U simple and nearly foolproof All it takes is an erasable pen and a little knowledge of tbe tkenamg system ia the District of be said One hitch is that the stammers have to turn in their Maryland driver's Uceaaes to the D C Depart meat of B6t get a aew MaryUiad pAnfrby reporting to the Motor Vehicle Ateisostratioa that tbe oU oae was lost or District of Columbia saotar vehicle employees to know what's gotag be laid. wosaaa there laufbed and okd do want to to my friend as he had his Ikense picture he said. aa Page CoL
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