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Capital, The (Newspaper) - October 3, 1986, Annapolis, Maryland South Residents lament loss of building. SEE PAQE 9 America's Special preview on the trials. SEE PAQE 19 Retail Ads Business Classified Cjrrnlatinn 268-5000 268-5000 HOWELL MICROFILMS P 0 BOX 1558 LAUREL VOL' GOOD PONT FORGET MANY FESTIVALS and feasts are scheduled tomorrow in the area. For see page 8. AREA THE CITY Planning and Zoning Commission delpys ac- tion on an affordable housing ordinance. Page 17. ETCETERA PAT BARLAND won a con- test she didn't enter. Page 17 FOOD MORE THAN 40 restaurants will participate in Concert of Page 8. POLITICS WILL THE GOP continue to monopolize District Page 15. DR.GOTT SURGERY can remove un- wanted skin pigmentation. Page 32. ENTERTAINMENT PHOTOGRAPHS by Dan are diay at the Arundel ARUNDEL ARTIST THE McBRIDE Galley of. few an exhibition of scratch- boards. Page 11. STATE BLUE CROSS and Blue Shield of Maryland is eliminat- ing 250 Jobs. Page PRESIDENT Reagan is pledging to enforce tough new sanctions approved by the Sen- ate over his Page THE NATION'S jobless rate jumped to 7 percent last month Page3 SPORTS ANNAPOLIS coasts to a 27- 12 victory over Woodlawn Page 18 PEOPLE Glenn Ford is being sued by a woman who says the actor broke their engagement Debra Morns' filed in Los Angeles Superior Court on Wednesday seeks for property Ford allegedly took from her and million in punitive damages The lawsuit said she began living with the last De cember and that he gave her a ring and_a Cadillac She alleges Ford threatened to hurt her tried to coerce her into having sex -ummaged through her personal property dumped her beiongings into garbage bags and threw them out She also alleges that he took the Cadillac and asked her to re'urn the ring For a iook at other people in the new s today see page 3 LOTTERY Numbers drawn yesterdav Three-digit 9W Pick 4 INDEX 2 32 pages Calendar 8 Classified Ads 23-30 31 Crossword 23 Editorials 1415 Entertainment 11 12 Obituaries 13 Police Beit 13 South county HO Sports 16-22 Television 11 MD 20707 Tomorrow's For 13. OCTOBER 25 Cents Mattel will get a new trial By JOANNA RAMEY Staff Writer The difference between a 1974 and a 1978 Toyota was enough yesterday to win a new trial for a Crofton woman in a controversial automo- bile manslaughter case. The state Court of Special Appeals reversed the 1985 conviction of Susan Young Mattel because of inadmissi- ble testimony involving her 1974 Toyota. A Circuit Court jury found Mrs Mattel guilty of causing a fatal crash in the car on Nov. after running a stop sign at Route 3 Appeal upheld in traffic death in Gambrills. Her appeal centered on witnesses who testified about the maximum speed her car could have attained when the collision occurred. Mrs. Mattel's witness said the car was traveling about 44.7 basing his opinion on a 1974 Toyota the same model that the woman was driving But the prosecution's o rebut thip said the car was going between 53.2 and 53.9 mph. He based his opinion on a newer model. Defense attorney Gregory M. Wil- son saying there was a big difference between a 1974 and 1978 Toyota. Judge Eugene M. Lerner declined to strike the car compari- son from the record. But Maryland's second-highest court saying that the comparison was unfair and enough to prejudice the jury and cause a retrial. into consideration the technical advances enjoyed by a motor vehicle from 1974 to it is pur opinion that the state is attempt- ing to compare apples and the court wrote in its opinion. The does not affect Mrs. Mattel's conviction on five other charges. Judges Edward 0. Weant John HAMMER DULCIMER player-teacher Maggie really haven't found an alternative... as satisfying. So BEAT GOES ON Performer preserves folk music tradition of the dulcimer C r Maggie Sansone of ons to the 1 s end Caches the hann-T 't acoustic folk instnn f t ovous Irish jig or a pu i When it Annapolis n IB an amphfim she dulcimer ncic that can nne i A a polka -g lessons a career in 'hc i of MTV gratifvmg tor the 37 vcwold Ms whose Eastport home doubles as a music studio really haven't found an alternative that would be as sstisfjrteg. So here I sH r back to nmtf t Persia t-aa-dwJamt s brought to Eun tn Crusaders and to ca by colonists Ms Sansone sa r The mstrurrr nt features UP o 60 p f f Ms Saruone said t f n folk T isic whne i v tnc in ing B i v sr. learned 'o f f v c rtjn and a group A that ptr'orr r. she Bjt it wasn't until after she moved to California in that she learned to play the hammer dulcimer. heard one played 1 was really fascinated by the she said igstnuaeat with roots that can be traced str prr wre sf arr e v lion1 o.er ck with 1 best tonk red to -p t ereai M-. Ti -t pr an p act mstr imert s sound melody and t dhs up While living in California Ms Sansope recorded a cassette featuring Scotch-Irish and American musk on the dulcimer and acoucUc J. Bishop Jr. and John J. who heard the upheld her convictions for reckless and negli- gent failure to reduce speed to avoid a failure to heed a stop and speeding. The woman's case stirred fierce debate in the county over whether she should have been jailed as ishment. Testimony showed that Mrs. Mat- was speeding when she ran the stop sign at a.m. at Me- Knew Road and Route 3. She-collid- ed with Chevrolet driven by on Page Col. Classy class back Mids await 40th reunion By EFF1E COTTMAN Staff Writer Even without President Jimmy the alumal rolls from the Naval Acadtray class reads like i Who In Graduates include a former CIA a U.S. the chair- man of the Joint Chiefs of UK chairman of Martin two Medal of Honor winners and more admirals than any other class in academy history. even without it is surprise that the class' 40th reunion promises to bring as much brass to Annapolis this Homecoming Week- end as traffic. More than alumni and friends began arriving today for festivities that include a pep boat tours and a varsity foot- ball game tomorrow against Dart- mouth. the only academy student to reach the Oval won't be attending because of obligations as- sociated with the opening of his presidential museum in Ga. But 800 classmates and friends of the class of '47 are among them Adm. William J Crowe chairman of the Joint Chiefs of retired Adm. Wesley L Me- former commander in chief of the and retired Adm. Stawfeero former di- rector of the CIA and a Rhodes scholar think the class as a whole has been a collection of solid citizens who have done very well in whatev er they have said James L a retired Naval officer and now academy's director of computer services In recent interviews. Moss and other alumni reflected on their class' achievements But their most vivid memories are of the different way of life at the academv when students earned 12 a month spending money marched to and knew that graduation meant service in Horld II PiRflC. Col Dartmouth who7 Odd disappearance stumps family Bj JEFF DAMS Staff Writer Ruth Wry and is missing Did the 74 year old Highland Beach labor rights attorney drown when her rented car plunged into the Arkaosx River tn Colorado in a freak accident9 Rescuers hive been unable to find the which 'skidded into the treacherous river on June or any tignt of dnver The saate day witnesses saw a car backward Into the Mrs s staff attorney for the Equal Employment Opportunity Com mission to make a ISO mile trip from Colo to Denver hotel But until the car or i body it found Mrs firmly conUn ues to hope for the belt things hive happened slid Weyind'i Ster ling 32. of Alexan- Va doa't really want to treat her as dead until we she said In September Ml Perry and her brother Perry Weyind Perry M of Vi filed pipers in Circuit Court in Anna poll i asking that they be named guardians of the estate to maintain their mother's affairs mike weekly calls Colo rado for updates on the and have considered hiring their own divers to search the nver Police in Colorado hive not offi cially identified Mrs Weyiod n the but thay have linked a hub- cap and piece of side molding found on the bank to a bronze Dodge 800 similar to one the hid rented in Denver The car wis never re tamed Rescue workers hive probed the nver with rifts brought in used tonir walked the nver and illuminated the water with high- powered hf htt keep our fiafert crotted We d like to answer Ute unanswered taid Fremont County Sheriff BUI DeBekker Pafe Cat. keep our crossed. We'd like to answer the unanswered questions... As our river recedes we'll have better opportunities to BW Frtmont sheriff
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