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   Capital, The (Newspaper) - September 29, 1986, Annapolis, Maryland                               Soviets release newsman Daiiiloff MOSCOW American re- porter Nicholas Daniloff was re- baled by the Soviet Union signaling the apparent end of a month'long diplomatic showdown that bad threatened to wreck super- power relations. longtime Moscow cor- respondent for U.S. Newt A World told reporters at the airport he wai leafing in sorrow tbaa in His said it fett to be going home. The Ameriean journalist was freed HOWELL MICROFILMS P. 0. BOX 1558 after long hours of negotiations be- tween U.S. Secretary of State George P. Shulti and Soviet Foreign Minister Eduard Shevardnadze New York. The Daniloff s arrived at Shereme- tyevo Airport in a pale-blue U.S. Embassy accompanied by U.S. Charge Richard the V3. Newt It WorU Report depu- ty iBfffiMJBg Henry and Danttoff s replace- who bad been accused of espionage by the and his were escorted through a special customs channel by an agent for Luftfensa Airlines and headed for passport control. He was to arrive in Frankfurt later today. as be rode out of the U.S. Embassy compound in Daniloff had flashed a victory with Us fingers as he rode out of the embassy grounds. Daniloff has been living in the U.S. Embassy since Sept when he was released into Combs' custody after 13 days in Lefortovo Prison. At the same U.S. officials released Gennadiy a Sovi- et U.N. employee who was arrested Aug. 23 on espionage charges in New into the custody of Soviet Ambassador Yuri Dubinin. U.S. officials asserted that Dani- loff was arrested on trumped-up charges of espionage in retaliation for Zakhawr's arrest The Soviets denied a link bet ween the cases and insisted that Zakharov was framed by the FBI. There was no immediate an- nouncement in the United States indicating that Zakharov would be released. The U.S. attorney's office in said there was no change in Zakharov's status. Daniloff s Lufthansa flight was ex- pected to land in Frankfurt at p.m. local time p.m. was informed sometime this afternoon that I would be allowed to Daniloff said at the airport. passport was returned by the Foreign Ministry with ray multiple- LAUREL MD 20707 entry visa and my press whttfe is still valid. want to say that I don't know' the terms of the Although the White House had consistently ruled out a swap 1M Daniloff for U.S. and fr viet officials had discussed the cast intensively for weeks. The Soviet Union denied Danflofc was arrested to give the KrentfbJ bargaining leverage in the Zaknaror case and insisted the American nalist was guilty of espionage. C Tomomnir's mttfj For page 7. VOL. Cl NO. 229 PONT FORGET PARKER POTTER of Brown University wffl give a free lecture on local archaeolo- gy at 8 p.m. tomorrow in the auditorium at Maryland for die Creative Constitu- tion Avenue and Greenfield Street AREA ARCHIBALD speaking in says he is wor- ried about the politicization of the Supreme Court Page 29. ACTION LINE TffE CAPITAL'S consumer advice column helps a with an auto dealer complaint Page 29. YOUTH THE 4-H program is alive AWAY WE GO for October. STATE ONE 0F four policemen snot by a gunman in Havre de Grace died Saturday. Page 4. NATION PRESIDENT REAGAN goes into the final round of his long struggle to stop Congress from imposing sanctions on South Africa. Page 2. A FEW clerical details are all that stand in the way of President Reagan's signing a major tax overhaul Page 3. SPORTS THE REDSKINS remain un- beaten. Page 19. PEOPLE Joan Collins says it's not the pressure of the non-stop work but the constant primping that has persuaded her to quit her I role as Alex- is in TV's in 18 I months. The jtish star re- vealed her plans in a television in- 1 terview to be broadcast this week. will be going on for another year and a half as far as I'm Miss Collins was quoted as saying. When she was quot- ed as ''Yes. I am going I'm going to produce my owt sbe am afiowed to change my For a look at otter people hi the news sot ptge I. LOTTERY drawn Lotto If INDEX 4 36 pages. Calendar CUMtfMKl Cottkt Croeiwwtl Bdttoriilf EaterUinment HeaWi 14 27 3S 16-17 13 Beat Sports Teatvisian listings 17 11.11 teeii Eastport man is stabbed By JEFF DAVIS Staff Writer A 16-year-old Annapolis youth was arrested this morning for stabbing a city man after breaking into bis Harbour House apartment last night The 67-year-old victim was stabbed approximately eight or more according to detectives who were still investigating the case this morning. Police believe the stabbing was a result of a foiled burglary attempt The woo is .also being charged two other Sastport bas been identified as Leon Andrew of 910 Al PresidentSt an was Wag held by police this moramf yeafttog 4 Nfl review hearing. He is charged with assault with intent to robbery with a deadly weapon and burglary. The William Carl Harri- was listed in fair condition at the Shock-Trauma Center at Uni- versity Hospital in Baltimore this morning. Police were called to Harrison's Madison Street apartment at p.m. for a report of a burglary. Officers found the victim bleeding from stab wounds to his back and arms. Harrison was rushed to Anne Arundel General Hospital and later flown by state med-evac helicopter to Shock-Trauma. Police developed information on a suspect and executed a search and setture warrant at Johnson's resi- dence today at 6 a.m. suspect was found inside the residence along with several items of evidential said CpL James en Page CeL FOOT-STOMPING Tommy Weeks of Lothian gets Into the foot- stomping rhythm of the music of the 9th Annual Bluegrass in the Country Festival held yesterday at the DavMsonville Family Recreation Center. Mike of the Bluegrass was one of the performers. The which benefits the drew spectators. by J. Hwmxi Maritime area awaits 'gifts' City ponders tax zoning incentives to protect land New law in the search By EFFIE COTTMAN Staff Writer A record number of underground and oil spills are being discovered this yep under a new state inspection naturjS resources officials said. But scores of spills still may be because home and farm tanks won't be testeftj according to county health experts. At least underground fuel leaks wffl be discovered by Jan. the deadline fee large tank owners to have their eqtdpmefit predicted Edwin C. chief Control Division 4 the state By BOB MITCHELL Staff Writer If Annapolis played Santa Claus to the city's maritime its bag of goodies probably wouldn't include toys or model sups. It's more likely there would be tax incen- tives and other measures designed to promote the future of the which the Annapolis Comprehensive Plan caDs a of etty'i ecooomk base. Tax aid toning proposals are among the concetto under stady by the Maritime Study Advisory Committee. The panel was formed to follow up on the plan's recommendation to promote the economic health of the town's maritime industry. The proposals are contained in a briefing paper presented to the panel recently by consultant John Sherwood of Hunter and a firm that in planning aad economic development a little bit of a Christmas shopping list Not all of these things will need to be called Sherwood said. we put in here is not necessarily material that will be codified or end up as law or get to third At the heart of the plan is a call to lower property taxes in maritime land zones and create toning incentives to protect waterfront property for maritime development in East- a city official said. approach is to provide a carrot in addition to Planning and Zoning Director Eileen Fogarty said. Other proposals advanced by Sherwood Usiag ftip tax funds to finance tow- interest loans for maritime Formation of an Annapolis Sailing Foun- dation to promote the ee Page CeL Required cost abowt are designed to iittpstet spas before feey palate water reqaim inspeettwtjrf all commercial tanks at least 15 years Weber said. When a leak is the owner of the tank must report the failure to the statfr repair or replace the tank and pay to clean Bf spilled fuel. As the deadline Weber getting about six to 10 test failures a In Anne Arundel there already have been about 50 spills this including one gas station tank which spewed gallons of fuel into an aquifer near Ft. said Herbert M. a member of the stale spill response team. The testing requirement grew out of feaft that gas and oil from corroding tanks would pollute wells and Weber Vapor leaks from failing tanks also pose fire hazards to basements of nearby be said. So their fears have been well-founded. average life of a tank is approximate. ly 17 Weber said. tot of those tanks were pot in the the late '50s or '80s. Now they're 25 yean old. That's why we're starting to have problems with Before the inspection most spUls were discovered during construction work or after a water supply had been Weber said. The new program should pinpoint spflls before they major Weber said. In the regulations reqnfre retests every five years and mandate that new tanks be constructed of corrosaon-resistant be said. New tanks also must have a monitoring system to alert the owner to a leak. No human health problems have been attributed to leaky storage Weber a person can smell or taste a tinr amount of fuel that enters their water be said. And in most parts of Anne Arandet day soil helps prevent the spill from resehttf the deepest water which serve the 1 w CeL Crownsville farm tops park list Jim PFRI.M4N Stiff Writer The rountj which hai long delayed development of at larger aod turning i t'rowwrlUt farm ioto i park juti two alter taw Wort wtoJtfa it eipMtttf to fWkb rMplttH wtUtie two MU Jack The Capital auaufer tor tke Drpart- mrot Itemtiea aa4 Parks partiaBy wooaW tract is ko- catMl at Crvwttvffle Beei aad Ho- eeymckle Lane. Tbe eeeetr tt tor to Joly hrmcr Alfrc-d F Hawaii The primarily srr.r Rolling Knoiit The Beivrnr Farmi. of it a ihortagf playing offiftaii are in Otf procMl of a coirt ot wtiirh i' rrtcfc raUlktt. should taflfi fear tf fttadt are altocatea hi the tadfet Keeiw festtf niMmlMn ul for tow ball fV baB and three Uttlt Jtsne at which Alto included two play- grounds one for pre-.srhooleri and onr for prr-twu tnd fitness and hikf trail includrn rxcercisc jttalioni inrt 'It'i i lirgf fif pntfwrty. We make it to t v nety K we PifviH laid he told farm of Tl becavte too crowded tore traffic if too Tee preptrty 4i sear the Eiseabewer Golf Cosm. theeouty aad the site of Aw Maryiaatl laMtPettivaL Daywalt. who once raised catUe and hogs and still renU out 35 acres for growing said glad the property will become a park. He said wveral home developers had temptfd him nfll rjthrr see it way than become another development. We have enough you never know what the countv will he TV farm will be coo- mdered a whkh it different from larger parti in the cotkflty that are not being developed as said   

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