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   Capital, The (Newspaper) - August 19, 1986, Annapolis, Maryland                               Tuesday Navy linebacker is set for battle. SEE PAGE 19 About Page on the town debuts today. In Sailmaking steps into the future. SEE PAGE 11 L. Tomorrow's Showers For see page 9. VOL Cl NO. 195 AUGUST 25 Cents GOOD PONT FORGET BIG BAND sounds will be featured at the free Naval Academy Band concert at 8 tonight at City Dock. Bring your own seating. AREA RESIDENTS back a ban on building on small lots. Page TALK OF THE TOWN THE CITY will be making some repairs. Page 29. ST. JOHN'S WILLIAM M. Dyal Jr. set- tles in as the new president. Page 29. DR. QOTT A GOOD doctor makes the effort to explain the reasons for using a medicine. Page ENTERTAINMENT ARTHUR TAKEALL and nil partner will present their Say campaign on Clay Street. Page 27. STATE THE NAVY could begin tbt first of up to 13 underwater txplosivts tests la the Chest- ptakt Bay tali Ptgi SOVIET LEADER Mikhail Gorbachev's call for a nuclear ttst baa ii being dismissed n a propaganda 2. THE ECONOMY grew at a barely perceptible annual rate of 0.6 percent from April through June. Page 3. 8PORT8 MARVELOUS Marvin Hag. ler and Sugar Ray Leonard will meet in March. Page 19. PEOPLE POLICE SAY a minor inci- dent sparked the shooting that left country music star Ricky Skaggs' 7- year-old son with a bullet wound to his bead and neck. Andrew Lee Skaggs was list- ed in satisfactory condition last night at Roanoke Memori- al Hospital after the Sunday night shooting on Interstate 81. Ricky canceled state fair appearances to be at his son's side. Botetourt County Sheriff Norman Sprinkle said Edward Dean Duehring allegedly shot the boy after a inci- between the trucker and Skaggs' Brenda Skaggs of Ky. of German- is accused of firing a .W-caliber pistol into the right side of tbe Skaggs' car. Sprinkle said details were but the trucker was angry because be thought the boy's mother had cut too close- ly in front of his truck. Duehr- ing was being held yesterday on bond. For a took at other people in the news tee page 3 LOTTERY Numbers drawn Three-diajH 2S7. Pick 4 MM. INDEX 4 M pages. Business ................1M4 CbttifkedAdn M44 cotasus...........IS Crossword M Editorials.............. I Jt-t7 .....I TOLL FACILITIES Officer Nell Jester traffic H approaches the westbound ChtttpttKt Bay DELAYS Bay Bridge police toil to keep traffic rolling By JEFF DAVIS Staff Writer offtetrs patrolling the Bay Bridge art j ijdst itttBiitfft summer mornings they 'mm M oomMajttoa wrecking service to the thousands of Job it getting ttte traffic across tny delays of course that's inpotilble is the said Tom Morris of tht Toll Facilities main Job getting tnffic scrosi without any And that attat helping vita emergency fixing flat tlrti or pushing of tat war. to. -rtilf _ Offlar Tom Morris During an eight-hour an officer may crost the 4-milt span eight to It times keeping in eye on traffic and enforcing tbe But the biggest challenge comes during tat fumBtr when eastbouad tnffic jims the spaa on Friday nighti and Saturday la a matter of a -minor break- dm eaabiek up traffic for th. police building at tbe base of the taitbouad wont time to cross is 3 to 8 oa and Saturdays until the Stndrock is tot one who gets phone caUs from radio stations reporting wtekead A chart on her desk helps explain tht traffic from the tou plui to Log Ian Road if backed up three-quarttri of a to Capt Road it's 2.4 milti tad to tht Severn River Bridge It's 5.7 mile Tbt return traffkoa Bund syujuilly picks up tt now and coatinuts all I bet at 12 it's still coming sot Mid. And August bringj tbt bigfttt dtlugt with thoufandi of motoriiU atsrat through tbt tollgatti tach hour. record Aug. whea a ti How the new tax bill adds up By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS WASHINGTON If you are really serious about finding out how tbe pending tax-over- haul plan would affect your don't count on official averages or an accountant's figures about a hypothetical family. You'll have to do it yourself. If there is nothing too exotic in your financial you should be able to use your IMS return to come up with a fair estimate of bow your taxes would change in when most of the provisions affecting individuals would be in effect. Most of tbe estimates of bow the plan would affect at different income levels have come from tbe staff of the Joint Commit- tee on which advises Congress on tax matters. Those figures indicate how broad classes of people all lumped together regardless of family size or deductions would fare. They can for whether too little of the tax cut is going to middle-income Ameri- cans. But those figures are little help in determin- ing a specific individual's liability under the which will go to the House and Senate next month for final votes. Several big accounting firms are offering some help by creating hypothetical estimating their deductions and calculating their taxes. That's fine if the income and deduction levels they select approximate but they can still leave you wondering about specifics of your situation. Here are basic steps to calculate your 1988 fees and interest income are treated the same as under present law. If you have unemployment it would be fully taxable. You would lose the 1100 for a joint dividend exclu- sion. If you have The Capital they would be treated as ordinary income. on Page Col. Businesses wary tax bill. Page 3. Killer pleads guilty Bargain ends murder trial By JOANNA RAMEY Staff Writer A Galesville man abruptly ended his mur- der trial yesterday by pleading guilty to bludgeoning a young mother to death in binding her in chains and dumping the body in a south county pond. In exchange for Gerald O'Day Goodwin's guilty plea to the first-degree murder of 24- year-old Susan Assistant State's Attorney Philip Caroom agreed to mmmmmmmmimmmmm recommend im- prisonment of no In exchange for more than 30 0-Day The 36-year.old Goodwin's guilty mechanic faced a pits to maximum life term if convicted by tbt jury. tht prOltCUtOr Af part of tbe jumad to jfoaf III tJHfIJtJBJ IV atu rticatQ u lot third diy of often fwCOJflmsnC 110 gruesome testimo- mort than 30 Ctroom also vmmfm igrttd not to pros- tcutt three other Imprisonment. family whom be accused of helping Goodwin cover up the murder of Mi. a Calvtrt Couaty Goodwin entered an which aUows him to maintain hit innocence while agrtting thtrt wti enough evidence to convict him. He will be stnttnced Oct. 27 by Circuit Court Judge Robert 8. Htiie. Ms. Patton was last seen with Goodwin on July as they walked toward his family's Muddy Crttk Road Tht two had just mtt it t nearby Kiagimtn motorcy- cle club according to Ms. a mother of two small chil- told Goodwin she had beta up all night and needed t place to rest before going according to a man's testimony who gave them a ride from the party. hypothesis if that Goodwin was at- tracted to her sexually and took her back to the farm with that in Caroom said. But tbe prosecutor believes that Ms. Pat- ton angering Goodwin to the point he beat her with a club. An autopsy showed that she died from blows to her bead. Four days Ms. Patton's body was found floating in a Galesville pond off Route near the Goodwin home. Her waist and legs were wrapped in apparently to weigh her down in tbe water. Evidence collected by county detectives from a camper trailer near the Goodwin borne linked the defendant to Ms. Patton's death. A sleeping foam pads and plywood boards were soaked in blood. A car seat seized from Goodwin's van also was marred by hair and blood that matched Ms. Pat- according to evidence. In there was evidence that Ms. Patton struggled to be freed. The day after the Goodwin's girlfriend noticed that en Page Col. Tighter squeeze foreseen scarce By UKRAINE AHBARN Staff Writer Rental bousing is hard to afford aod even harder to find to ABBC Arandel but observers pre- dict H could get worse after the eoBgresetoiul wrecking ball nemo- Bate real estate tax shelters. average price of a towmbouse or stegtt-fmUy borne to the county has reached tm a month eoav dosatolustt rentals BOW limiting to ttttsMiM by reaJ estate Muttfeat listing Service And once tht datt tetttee firm the tax overhaul agreement that goes to erty aod closing and in tun Congress for approval next charging higher rent to help meet reaU coukl go up as investors are their mortgage driven oet of the market Whh the county vacancy rate esti- yon can find something for mated at near zero compared with or I sanest yen grab said US average ef 7 the Cane St Claire realtor Mylsn tartote of the Ux cone eornld remit in a tighter tqoeese and hifker rants. Overshadowed by tbe IRA deduc- tten dennte baa been the proponed snnasure to take away Ux writeoffs far ttany real ettote cut- prttldiBt ef the Arandd Com- ty Beard of Realttn. ran. a nMNrth er even Realtors say rents to central and nave onftng up Mr tevtnl yean ntCMstt nn nnytnf snort tar thsf deep irtt landlords' nroflts on CeL   

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