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Capital, The (Newspaper) - September 8, 1986, Annapolis, Maryland Retail Ada IM4000 LL_ MI ROFILMS P 0 POX 558 Lf UI EL MD JO'O Folr mild VOL. Cl NO. 211 SEPTEMBER 25 Ctntt GOOD AFTERNOON1 DON'T FORQET FRESH PRODUCE from lo- cal growers win be sold from 8 a.m. to 2 p.m. tomorrow at the Farmers' Market on Riva Road at Truman Parkway. MAYOR DENNIS Callahan and Alderman- Carl Snowden part company on public hous- ACTION LINE The Capital's consumer ad- vice cotamn helps a reader with seedy problem. Page 29. YOUTH HIGH SCHOOLS are an im- portant part of the summer job market Page 11. ENTERTAINMENT THE ANNAPOLIS Opera Guild wfll showcase a trio of local opera singers. Page IS. AWAY WE GO SET SAIL this weekend for the Maritime Heritage Festi- val. Page 17. STATE FIVE PEOPLE have been appointed to the authority cre- ated to build and operate a new sports stadium. Page 4. REAGA3Lfc fevtewteftfrapt tSe with the seriousness of U.S. demands for the re- lease of journalist Nicholas DsnQoB. Page 2. SPORTS THE REDSKINS roll over the Eagles in their season opener. Page 19. PEOPLE A new biography of Frank Sinatra depicts the singer as a constant womanizer in his younger whose seduc- tions ranged j from Mar- lene Dietrich to a 16-year- old convent school grad- uate. In I The lUnautho- rized Biog- raphy of Frank author Kitty Kelley also writes that Sinatra impregnated Eliz- abeth Taylor and romanced Judy' but dumped the latter because she wanted to become his third wife. Miss Taylor had an Miss Kelley said. In Sinatra a sheet of paper of his dressing room door. On it were the names of the MGM actresses he most Miss Kelley writes. a period of time he systematically checked off each Sinatra's relationship with his second Ava is described as tempestuous. In according to Miss Kel- the singer and the actress shot out several street lights storefronts to with two .St-eaUbtr pistols. Miss Kelley claims that Sina- tra twice tried to km himsatt as his relationship with Mist Gardner and that Mist Gardner bad an abortion ntoar than bear bis chfld. For a at other paople in the news ase LOTTERY Numbers drawn Saturday Three-digit Mt. Lotto If IIHiMf 14. INDEX 4 pages Calendar Classified Ads cotafluu Crvsvwofd Bdftorials Batortataamit Htalta peat 5 S04S 27 I 11-17 11-14 I t .If .11-12 Photo by N. Lundtkow MUNCHING ON steamed crtbs at the seafood test Saturday afternoon were Richard McCary of Annapolis and Mary Kutik. TASTE TREAT Seafood fest draws ecological approval By ANDREA EDffi Staff Writer The large crab stajtoers smoked all week- trying to keep up with over people who attended the 20th annual Maryland Seafood Festival. Local people came to Sandy Point State Park to see friends and enjoy the while the out-of-state visitors came for the crabs. don't have crabs up in said one couple. At another table a mother and son stared at two crabs. really don't know how to eat she said. Had they visited the exhibit tent they could have spoken with UK author of Official Crab Eater's Whitey who would have given them a few pointers. can eat crabs while but I wouldn't recommend Schmidt said. While stuck in a traffic jam on the Wilson he once picked a dozen crabs. Schmidt spent five years and traveled over miles visiting more than 275 crab houses and seafood markets in the bay area. His book's listing for each includes the location and a short review of tin establish- ment. When they weren't some Annapolis residents stinted old clothes with straw at Mike Barren's Scarecrow exhibit a return to said David Ryan. many people do things with their kids because they always wanted to do Ryan was helping first-grader Serena Turner make a girl scarecrow. we get a we'll put it in the she said. put it on the floor the dog'H eat it Because stuffing scarecrows is hard work for a little dads and older friends gladly pitched in and finished the task. on Page CoL Verdict was a compromise Jurors detail deliberations in boat manslaughter trial V By JOANNA RAMEY Staff-Writer A jury that acquitted a Pasadena man of boat manslaughter last week reached its ver- dict with the help of paper cups and the knowledge of bow dangerous boating in .Anne Arundel County has three members of the Jury said. At the start only person insisted that Joseph DiPiazza accidentally killed a water- skier on the Severn River out of negligence person kept 'He killed a he killed a one juror recalled. didn't fully understand the In the the jury convicted DiPiazza of driving a boat in a way that may endanger a which is a lesser charge. The verdict was considered with four jurors who wanted a full acquittal. The three jurors interviewed agreed to reflect on their 12 hours of deliberation only if their names were not published. Stephen Aaron died on Memorial Day IMS when the propeller of DiPiana's boat struck him in the bead. of was water skiing behind another boat when he fell in the upper reaches of the river. who was pulling his own witer testified that he did not see Luck in the water until it was too late. The accident occurred in a 200-foot-wide channel as both boats were rounding what is called according to testiomony. Prosecutor Gerald K. Anders alleged that DiPiazza was speeding and not watching other boaters and skiers. Eyewitnesses testified that DiPiazza was driving about 75 feet behind Luck and that there were other boats in the area. To better understand the jurors used paper cups to simulate the position of the boats and water skiers. They also took pains- taking measurements of on a map and drew diagrams of the accident site on a blackboard. on Page Col. Voter apathy Light turnout seen tomorrow Ry PAT RIVIERE Staff Writer If voter interest this summer is any tomorrow's primary election could break records for apathy. have been slow this year and if that's any the turnout will be said Betty supervisor of the Board of Election Supervisors. Mrs. Eby said a 40 percent turnout for the election be considered good. Four years ago 46 percent of the eligible voters turned out for the primary. This year there are registered Democrats and registered Republi- cans eligible to vote. Polls will open at 7 a.m. and close at 9 p.m. A number of black organizations in Anne Arundel are hoping to stir up some eve interest today with a bash at the American Legion on Forest Drive from 7 to 10 p.m. want to galvanize and mobilize voter participation in tomorrow's said Alderman Carl spokesman for the group. Snowden said an ad hoc group of about 40 organizations came up with the rally idea last week. Entertainment win be provided by a disco ftod there will be free food and The pttWk is and Snowden said he's hoping it wffl event is wmeiniairtiWSibeen missing this election Despite contested races with incumbent for U.S. Senate and the 4th Con- gressional District candidates say voter interest has been lagging. At the top of the statewide Balti- more Mayor William Donald Schaefer has been leading hi the for the Democratic nomination for governor. His closest oppo- nent is Attorney General Stephen Sachs. Two lesser-known including a follow- er of political extremist Lyndon are also seeking the party's nomination. The U.S. Senate race includes seven Dem- ocrats and five Republicans. The Democratic primary will be the decid- ing race for attorney general among three candidates. No Republicans filed to run for the office. In the Democratic primary for former professional basketball player Tom McMillen has been considered the front- runner over John Pantelides and Susan a follower of LaRouche. In a last-ditch Pantelides tent out a piece of campaign literature attempting to align himself with Schaefer and alleging differences between McMillen and Pastel- ides. McMillen supporters have called the piece a distortion. In the GOP congressional Del Robert faces four much less-known candidates. In the District 33 Republican primary for on Page CaL ELECTION ITEMS Tundtylt top prtmtry dty. A Summary of Pagt A Campaign flntnelil Ptga 12. of locil polling 29. She's fairly involved Chairman flips over 18th-Century Fair By LAUtAINE WAGNER CtMMtty Ntws Bttar Every time a hirantonnisl cele- bfation comet Marjorie Staen goes through another time warp. is a mild-man- sarod math teacher at Annapolis High School But Mn Stetn to her lAb-century personality it tike drop of wig 8be chairman of the 13th Cantury Fair to be held Sundaj on Ike of St John'i College ft wiD be the final event in the lour-da 7 Bicentennial celebration of the Annapolis Convention of ITU Itot fro direction to fee drafters of tbt Caeatitatiae to Pbfladetphia a year later. With tam of todadag by CUat Warm tartar aai Sam. Stma R-South lec- public conferences and a special ballet an original play and a celebration the fair will be an event to appeal to all types and ages. fair is something people can participate not just come and Steen we're dancing we will pull people when we they can stag ataf During the one-day when a cart of will recreate a touch of the Annapohf of 200 years afo. Mn Steoo and bar canrait- can run tbt gamut af wear many of tbelr handmade raaQy aaake your sat said yoa caa taft up to aatf yoa kavt to stay la At a workshop to teach volun- to make authentic Pan a guide for Three of who is helping organize the tacked bar hair under a floppy aad you think I dare use Velcro to hold this the chuckled or pretended to be she add- period style and tkarc'i period By combining aad interchanging bod- vasts and they caa twitch from the common wovan in UK aiapk tor housework or to daywear for a towasatrsoa sack- as a to the baB aaitabk tor af