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Capital, The (Newspaper) - August 18, 1986, Annapolis, Maryland Away we Don't miss this fine memorial. SEEPAQE9 ArundalRepo Harbor honors SMMOf Monday 'Also-ran' Birds fall to 5th spot. SEEPAGE 16 Retail Ads Business 266-5000 266-5000 Tomorrow's Partly cloudy For see page 11. _ Ji r VOL. NO. 194 AUGUST 1986 25 Cents GQ0D PONT FORGET A FORUM for District 5 County Council and candidates for state legislative Dlitricts 31 and 33 will begin p.m. tomorrow at Sev- Park Senior Robinson and Evergreen roadu. AREA THE STATE mutt replace 10 acres of wetlands it destroyed when building a new inter- state. Page ACTION LINE ffOB CAPITAL'S etommer advice column helps a reader a dispute with 4-car rental agency. Page is. QfcTOMETBISTS and pbysi- ciafli recommend regular eye exams for children. Page 6. STATE BARBARA Mikulski brunt of attacks in a debate with her two atic Senate BETWEEN Soviet Israeli delegates broke off and an Israeli official would not resume. REPORTING domestic vlo- to police is an effective of preventing its recurr- BUSINESSMEN plan to step to bring an NFL team Ptge is. PMOPLC Folk singer BOB DYLAN op to hii reputation ai a yesterday when he ap- at a London newt con- f r e n c e touting the film of in which he playi i re- tired rock star Looking bortd tod uncomforta- refused to lay much toe or the fetFsofifs he's wrtttaf for the which four iPMterf filming fou being deUberatety with the preu or are reporter shrugged the linger it be doing film after 12 years' aot dateg aoytfe'nf it atmed like a Dylan i fee i thu adequate Dylan Hurricane pounds beach resorts Charley sputters past OC By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS OCEAN CITY Fears of major flooding here from Hurricane Char- ley are as the storm passes the Maryland seaside com- munity today. While the storm's movement slowed last the anticipated rains did not materialize. At 8 forecasters said the storm was centered 30 miles east of here and moving north-northeast at 10 mph. Maryland State Police spokesman Chuck Jackson said the gust- ing to more than 70 appeared to be the major problem. Some Near miss Hurricane skirts floods roads By JEFF DAVIS Staff Writer A hurricane warning for the Ches- apeake Bay was replaced by gale warnings this morning as Hurricane Charley skirted up the Atlantic Coast past Ocean City. The skies over Annapolis this morning were but forecasters were calling for a 30 percent chance of rain with winds of 12 to 22 mph. There is a 40 percent chance of rain tonight. The closest the hurricane came to Anne Arundel County was this morn- ing at about when 10- to 15-foot waves pounded the beach in Ocean City. Charley moved northward along the coast with 75 mph winds and was reported to be 50 miles south of Cape at 8 a.m. But emergency officials were ready and held a special briefing session at a.m. when Charley's path was said Primus director of the county Office of Emergency Management. damaged roofs were reported but there were no serious he added. At about 10- to 15-foot waves were pounding the but were not reaching the city's board- walk. Mayor Roland Powell pre- dicted that business would be back to usual by although officials strongly recommended that there be no swimming today or tomorrow The National Weather Service at said coastal winds were slowly dying and ocean waters on the Delaware coastline would return to near normal by the next low shortly after noon. Jackson said it was unlikely that any evacuees would be allowed to return to their residences and hotels before if then don't think we can say the worst is but we're getting Jackson said. Forecasters had said the combina- tion of a storm surge of 3 to 5 feet above normal and a high astronomi- cal along with 5 inches of heavy rainfall in the path of the could produce coastal flooding. At 6 Charley's center was about 70 miles south of Cape moving north-northeast at 10 mph. The with winds of 75 was expected to parallel the Atlantic Coast today. Hurricane warnings were in effect from Cape to Sandy Hook including the Delaware but excluding the Chesapeake where only gale warnings were in effect. By as Charley head- ed northward over cooler its punch was said hurri- cane forecaster Bob Case expect it to gradually de- crease in the next 12 to 24 he said. The storm was blamed for at least four deaths three of them in authorities said. Storm-related rainfall and which began whipping up last were blamed for the crash of a light twin-engine plane into the Chesa- peake Bay in southeastern Balti- more apparently killing the pilot and two officials said. Baltimore County police spokes- man Brian Uppercue said the body on Page Col. East set for Charley. Page 2. Photo by J Mtiwon A WAVE OF water blocked part ot eastbound Route 60 near Annapolis during yesterday's storm. At right Is construction of Interstate 97. They were briefed on the hurri- cane's position and mapped out eva- cuation Richardson said. At that the hurricane could have mofed up the officials said. The rainfall measured by the state police barrack in Annapolis was 1.56 inches from 6 a.m. yesterday to this morning at 6. The hurricane warning was re- placed this morning by gale warn- ings and small craft advisories. Many boaters spent se- curing their vessels for the anticipat- ed high winds. The rains preceding the hurricane did affect the Annapolis area with flooding of some of the lower roads. Water levels were 3 to 5 feet above normal across the county. One lane of eastbound Route 50 was closed from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m yesterday when water and mud from a construction site at Waterworks hill blocked the highway. Both eastbound lanes were closed for about one hour during that according to 1st Sgt. Michael Panoi of the state police barrack in Annap- olis. Workers dug a ditch to drain the water and attempted to remove mud from a drainpipe leading from the construction police said Other low-lying spots were flood- including Route 450 and Route 424 north of Route officials said. The rain brought a rash of traffic accidents throughout the county. On the there were no re- ports of any boating accidents as a result of the storm. A spokesman for the Coast Guard said sailboats returning yesterday from the annual Governor's Cup Annapolis-to-St. Mary's City race arrived safely. Vaccinations required for high school By SCOTT LAUTENSCHLAGER Staff Writer Beginning this senior high school students will be required to have vaccinations for tet- polio and rubella. High school students who have not been immunized in the past must start the vaccinations before begin- ning said Dr. Pamela director of school health for the Anne Arundel County Health Department In the high school students had to be immunised only against measles. Immunisations against polio and rubella were required only through junior high. The new requirements were Imple- mented because the diseases contin- ue to pose a Dr. Moore said. In the case of the new requirement is designed to protect students later in rather than to prevent outbreaks In she explained This Is because most new polio cases are occurring in young parents who contract the disease from chil- dren immunised with live she said. For grades below high immunisation requirements are un- changed from last year. Except for students with medical all must be 1mmunited as follows before entering Diphtheria four doses of vaccine for children younger than 7 If they missed shots during that three for children older Tetanus the same as for diphtheria. Pertussis four doses for children under 7. If still not immunized by age no shots are given. Polio three doses for children under 18 Measles one dose of live virus vaccine after l year of age. Rubella one dose of vaccine after age except for students in grades 10-12. who can have received it at any age. Last school the only com- municable disease problem for the school-age population in Maryland was but that outbreak was confined to Prince George's Dr. Moore said. Health officials do not understand why the measles outbreak did not spread to Anne Arundel she said. But one reason could be that this county has a higher immuniza- tion rate than Prince George's Coun- oa Page CoL Tax overhaul fight Backers predict passage of revision By THE ASSOCIATED PEE88 WASHINGTON Congress faces a spirited tUe over landmark tax-overhaul legislation House and Senate negotiators forged over but supporters predict over- hrimtag approval of the Each chamber win consider the compro- w vbea Congress returns next montii from a three-week recess. TV rertsaoo of the tax code in by tkc barjatom Safer day CM tedhridul taxes by an average a 1 percort sad take wort f mWm lower teeeaM sad teOTUute off tat tax roBs. Place about Oree-quartcrs of at the bottoai rate ef IS and the top tax rate of SO to 28 percent. Some earnings of the wealthiest taxpayers would be taxed at S3 percent or more Limit or repeal an array of popular deductions Increase the overall tax burden on business by 4 bOBoo over five years but reduce the top corporate rate of 44 percent to 94 pcrceaL Most aroviskNM of the bill would take effect Jan said out there H couldn't be but we did Rep Dan Rosteokowstl. leader of the Defottattoas sod chairman of the Ways sad Mean said jubilantly after the completed their work. thaakfuJ for Danny aad an proud of Ike digress sad happy lor the said Sea. Bob chatrnaa of the PROPOSED TAX CUTS PRESENT 0410.000 CO.OOQ- 75.000 Over 223 98 77 91 17 10 24 23 CHART SHOWS how the average tax Hafctwtaaa wootd be cut a-t various income fcto II 11 PLAN HIGHLIGHTS TAX CUTS 75 percent of taxpayers to get tax cuts averaging 61 percent RATES 75 percent of taxpayers to pay bottom rate of 15 percent Most others to pay a maximum 28 percent EXEMPTIONS by 1969 STANDARD DEDUCTIONS for for singles OTHER DEDUCTIONS Ends deduction for sales interest on credit cards and car loans. charHable deduction tor non- ttefntzers Trims cuts for medical expenses RETIREMENT ACCOUNTS Keeps present law for workers not covered by company pensions and for those who are coveted but whose income is of leas for singles and or less for couples CAPITAL GAINS Taxed as income Fteaace Committee. The eoaapromiee was the product of a five- day Barathea of private meettafs betweei sadPadnread. Shorty after I aD 22 House
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