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Capital, The (Newspaper) - September 26, 1986, Annapolis, Maryland Friday Navy stadium is almost mystical. SEE PAGE 18 Retail Ads Business Classified Circulation Newsroom 204.8000 2W.5000 HOMELL atjaVMp.Q. BOX. LAUREL 20707 VOL Cl NO. 227 SEPTEMBER 25 Cents for the Pro- Cruelly to laimals with iron pet tomefrow it grounds jpn Bay parallel- ay could of tfat ifhMt tcol- along the Severn BANK of Stttimore hu Uaioa trust Bank's cutting credit card FW 1IAOAN wu veto legislation today new economic sane- tht of South spending bill history beads to I narrowest Of. no-hitter Lfague Houston says she and it's a good hopes to spend two tcoming the first i and the first worn an to make a solo dogsled trip to the North taken I me a long time to ac- really happier alone enjoy being out my dogs and the of solo she lay in Los Angeles. first American and ___iroaun to make the solo trip Jvould be some- to be proud of and I look to said Miss plans to ateraary for Resolute Canada'i Northwest establish a base from where supplies wfll be flown to her every two dqHng her trek. therapist ber.KMiog team will spend weeks there getting to extreme po- degrees below zero U about the cold get at the time I'll the pole If said of the run about 40 or 50 frelow at otatr people in eral rr avmb i drawn yesterday Police 'sting' nets 32 arrests By DAN CASEY Staff Writer A six-month undercover operation in which county police posed as car tbitvsi ended today with 82 arreiti and tits recovery of nearly In stolen county police said. The investigation smashed three loosely knit car-theft rings operating in Anne Aruadel and Btltimore counties and In said Otfl. cer V. Richard county police spokesman. The three rings stole new primarily Japanese from car dealers. An undercover county detective posing as a thief infiltrated the rings and more than 80 some for si little as 1800 police said. State police and law enforcement authorities from Balti- more County and the Maryland Port Authority assisted la the lice said. Police estimate thattte aulo-Qieft. rings have been operating for is long as two years. Member-thleves have stolen at least 200 flew cars during polke said. other people allegedly in. volved in Qte rings ate st large. police have warrants charging 41 people. The charges include auto distribution of destruction of property and criminal police said. Twenty-one of the suspects are some as young as 14 yean old. Most of them live in public housing projects off Ritchie Highway in just over the county police said. Hie operation included at least one staged in which county police arrested their own undercover detec- tive so he would appear to be a police said. The probe was spearheaded by OB Page Col. IN H iMf ttke eutnmer but the fsrfl tfioee pumpkins growing on the Upton lerai oft New Cut Jloatf In ere eDout ready for ptcklng. Forecestore eey the weekend pramfees to bo a nraggy one. For the extended 13. Federal workers Holt votes against bill ByKBVINDRAWBAUGH Staff Writer The HOUM of Representatives yes- terday passed a sweeping reform of the federal tax despite position from sires lawmakers react- ing to complaints from suburban Maryland's thousands of federal workers. Anne Arundel County Rep. Marjor- la Holt and five Maryland col- leagues voted against the tax overhaul largely because of how it would affect people such as A.M. of Sevens Park. ii set to retire next year after working 80 yean for the government and contributing to his pension Before he would have gotten back aU of his pension contri- butions tax-free over a three-year period beginning the day he retired. Under the new tax which the Senate and President Reagan are Messer wilt have likely to ot most of penalott beneflte. don't think it's quite be Mrs. Holt didn't think either. complettly unfair to single out federal employees. I think tt's ant said. Mrs. Holt wffl become a peosloiMd federal retiree herself a January when the retires from Congress ter 14 yam. But since her husband works and she has not been a career civil she a good of bow thv new pension rule will hit home. Civil service veterans like who have invested their entire ca- reers in the wfll be hardest bit by the change in pension Isw. But as is the case with millions of where one component of tax reform taketh others giv- eth. oa Page U. COL HIGHLIGHTS OF TAX PLAN By THE ASSOCIATED PREM WASHINGTON Here are key elements of the tax-overhaul passed by the House INDIVIDUALS TAX CUTS Moat will get tax cut averaging per- starting gradually in 1917 and fully in effect for Several million couples and indi- viduals will pay Including perhaps one-third of those with In- come between and More than 6 million lower-income working couples and individuals now on the tax rolls will pay no tax. RATES In rates will range from 11 percent of taxable income to sivk percent from m Ml Starting to quarters ef taxpayers will pay only a new bot- rate of 13 percent a single person could nave Income deductions of 19 to taxed at 15 for a up to TSO would be taxed at 19 1 A percent rate would spate above those levels. Couples whole- taxable income exceeds sad stogies above wffl pay M percent ou part of their income. usMrnoNs NOW per spouse and this wffl rise to in tl.SM in INS and tn and will be adjusted each year for inflation. Singles with taxable income above fa Pege CeL Connell goes from jail to halfway house By JOANNA RAMEY Staff Writer Former state Sen. Jerome Connell wffl be transferred Monday from a federal prison to a Baltimore half- way house to serve the last month of a prison term for tax evasion. Council's co-defendant and former Pasadena law Lloyd Clin- wffl also be said James spokesman for the Allen- wood Federal Prison Camp in Penn- sylvania. The men were given the choice to stay hi prison or live in the less- restricted halfway bouse ran by Volunteers of Youngman said. a power in Anne Arundel County politics for 20 and Clinton began serving year-and-a- day prison terms Feb. 8. Although they were denied three months wffl still be shaved from their sentences because of good Youngman said. They were also given the chance to move to the halfway house before finally being released in late October or early November. Bureau of Prisons tries to release everyone via a halfway to acclimate inmates to the Yoongman said. Volunteers of America is a pri- vately run facility that offers shel- counseling and job referrals. Yonngman said that tenants are often allowed to spend weekends at borne and areghcn other prirflegas. a Pasadena and of Serena were eoa- vkted last fan in U.S. District Coart on six counts each of Ittcoau tax evasion. Prosecutors argued at trial that the attorneys failed to declare in client fees to avoid paying in taxes during 1979-1191. Coaaefl and Clinton biasaod the dto- Patt said she was to drhrt her baefcasjd Monday to BattiaMte. She said otter ar- for be Atnoxgk the wffl be traveling eparately by prison regvla- en Page Cet. 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