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Capital, The (Newspaper) - October 9, 1986, Annapolis, Maryland Retail Ads Business Classified HOWELL M POFILMS Circulation P o BOX 558 Newsroom LAUREL MD 2070' r c Capital Tomorrow's Windy A cold For see page 11. VOL. Cl NO. 238 OCTOBER 2SCentt GOOD CONCERTS by Regency and the Naval Academy Band are scheduled locally tomorrow. A concert at Baldwin Hall fea- turing the Newe Renaissance Voyces tomorrow has been canceled. For see Cal- page 19. AREA ROBERT NEALL and Tom McMillen take off the gloves. Page 37. SEVERNA PARK MOTORISTS ignoring signs are causing acci- dents. Page 49. DR. GOTT TMJ dysfunction means a crooked bite. Page 22. VIGNETTES HOW DID Saltworks Creek get its Page 23. YEARS AGO THE MARYLAND Gazette reported in that soldiers using profane language would be fined 66 cents. Page 16. LIVING WINE COOLERS are at- tracting the masses. Page 13. ENTERTAINMENT CHORUS brings pizazz to Theatre of Magic stage. Page 38. PINING OUT CONRAD'S deserves praise. Page 39. STATE THREE JESSUP 'prison -guards and an inmate have charged wjth allowing inmates to have lex while on bowling outings. Page 4. NATION PRESIDENT Reagan em- barks for a meeting with Sovi- et leader Mikhail Gorbachev. Page 2. after giving the government enough money to run for two more still faces a showdown with Presi- dent Reagan. Page 3 SPORTS THE RED SOX draw even with the the Astros shut out the Mets. Page 25. PEOPLE TELEVISION'S hottest war of words in more than a dozen years is slated for as caustic comedian Joan Rivers late-night king Johnny I Carson. Rivers will Ibe pitted I against her I former men- Itor and host of NBC's To night Show Starring Johnny when she launches Late Show Starring Joan the first step in Fox Broadcasting Co 's bid to build a fourth TV network Rivers' guests- tonight are Elton John and David Lee Roth For a look at other people in the news ptge 3 LOTTERY Numbers drawn yesterday Three-digit 453 Pick 4 Ktt INDEX 5 sections. 76 pages Calendar 19 Classified Ads 51 76 columns 47 Crossword TV Bdtonals 10 3M1 FortheBteord 44-45 Obituaries 11 Pobce Beat 11 Sabaf tt-M Serena Park 4S-SO Sports ZS-tt TeleriJtioo listings Harbor plan ready Docking fee increase eyed By BOB MITCHELL Staff Writer City-owned mooring buoys and higher docking fees are needed to better manage Annapolis according to a panel studying reor- ganization of the sometimes chaotic waterway. Area boatyard owner Arnold C. chairman of a committee charged with developing a plan to address the harbor's said yesterday that he will brief Mayor Dennis Callahan on the proposals Monday. Details remain to be finalized be- fore the committee finishes its but the main components of the plan have been Gay said. got a plan. We've got it worked Gay said. Major features Placement of city-owned moor- ing buoys in the harbor surrounded by a navigational channel. Charging recreational vessels per night to tie up at City Dock plus for electricity. Boats longer than 22 feet would be charged an additional dollar per foot. Current charges for recreational vessels start at with electrici- ty costs ranging from to per night. Docking charges are often not Gay said. Requiring work boats to pay per night or per month to stay at City Dock. work boats pay per month. These vessels would also be re- quired to catch reports to qualify for docking privileges. Broadening-the powers and duties of the harbor master to in- clude keeping order in the harbor and greeting visiting boats. Realignment of boats at City Dock to make more efficient use of docking space doesn't look like but it sure as hell took a long Gay said of formulating the proposals After the prelimmaJT-pian is presented to comment will be sought from other interested par- ties hear from them Gay City officials plan to ask the state for money to help put harbor im- provements into Callahan on Page Col. School buses collide 25 injured in chain reaction By JEFF DAVIS Staff Writer Twenty-five people were injured yester- day afternoon in a chain-reaction collision in Edgewater involving three school buses car. e students and the driver of a car hit by one of the buses were all treated and released at Anne Arundel General Hospital. Two of the bus drivers were charged with negligent county police said this morning. Charges were placed against James Allen Pindell of 800 C Brooke Court in the driver of the first and Robert Lee of 220 S. Cherry Grove Ave. in the driver of the third bus. The accident occurred on Mayo Road at about 2 according to county police. Police said the collisions were caused when a car driven by Peggy of stopped to make a left turn and was hit from behind by the first police said. The second driven by Theresa of stopped just in time to avoid hitting the first but was hit from behind by the third bus. Most of the injured students were in the first and second buses and were thrown out of their seats. we got there were students said county police Officer David took us awhile to see Pholo by J Hanson RESCUE WORKERS remove an injured student from the rear of school bus following a pileup of school buses and a car in Edgewater yesterday afternoon. Twenty-five students and the driver of the car hit by one of the buses were all treated and released at Anne Arundel General Hospital. Witnesses at the scene said many of the students scrambled out of the windows and doors of the buses and waited for help on the side of the road. The more seriously injured students were taken from the buses on stretchers by paramedics. Four of the students were taken by ambulance to AAGH with chest and back police said. A was set up at Edge- water Elementary School farther down the and injured students were trans- ported to the hospital from there. Twenty-one of the students With lesser injuries were taken to the hospital on a bus from the scene of the McDonald said Two other students later were taken to the hospital by their McDonald said. All the aged 14 to were returning home from South River High School on Page Col. Slain woman may have known killer By SHERRY YAEK Staff Writer Police have no suspects this morn- ing in the bloody slaying of a 33- year-old Thai woman found IB the bathtub of her Gambrills borne yesterday Boon Tern Anderson was found with her hands tied behind her back at 2 30 p m yester day by her fiance's 11-year old son. said Officer V Richard Molloy county police spokesman The boy found the body after returning home from school He ran to a neighbor's house and the neigh- bor called Molloy said Police this morning declined describe how the woman was kille until an autopsy is done Snow Hill Lane in Four Season he said an Air Force sergeant stationed at Fort George G also has a 16-year-old police said theorize that the ea murderer must have been someone the wjman knew because there was Miss Anderson was living with her fiance Ralph J Musser at 1092 no evidence of a forced entry or ransacking Molloy said The death could not have been the result of a he said The death probably occurred be- tween 1 and 2 30 p m because a witness talked with Miss Anderson by phone around Molloy said Police canvassed the area last night talking with but gathered no substantial evidence he said Homicide investigators now are seeking background information about Miss Anderson to determine where she had been the past few days and whom she had contact with Miss who has lived in Anne Arundel County since moving to the United States about 15 yean worked at the dining hall at Fort Meade and at a nearby liquor police said BOAT BIZ Feds tax reform may boost sales hurt sales later By EFFIECOTTMAN Staff Writer Boaters may have the wind knocked out of their tax refund sails under new federal income tax changes that take effect next year Sam isn t going to help you finance your boat any more said Charleen tax partner for the accounting firm C W Amos and Co in Annapolis While potential buyers browse at the City Dock during the U S Sailboat Show this account ants and boating businesses are studying how tax reform will affect boat sales and owners Not all retvlUi are m. but some things appear certain Like boats will be less deductible But a few fmanc tag maneuvers may preserve tax by those who invest or spend leisure time on the water s kind of up in the air. said Mick Blackistone executive di rector of the Anne Arundel Ms nne Trades Association After December boat no longer camdedurt tax from their federal tax That result in a modest increase in sales this year predicted Michael vice president of the Boat Owners Association of the United an Alexandria based boating association Properly financed most cu. rent recreational boaters still will enjoy the lucrative tax advantage of deducting interest on boat loans Sciulla taid Interest deductions on consum er loans often used for boat Page it Big low financing among trends at '86 show AS MANY are at ttw tatflbort DRAWBAIGH Business Hriter Sailboats are getting bigger simpler and safer if trends no ticeablc at this vear Lnited States Sauboat in Annapolis are accurate Thev usuallv are because the annual Dock which opens to the public tomor row is a trend setting event More than 550 sailboats from dozens of manufacturers are on display m the water and on land So is sailing accessory imaginable from yellow sou'wes- ter ramhats to non skid deck Ipvard of 7'. 000 people are expected to inspect boats and gear belwe-en tomorrow's opening and Monday night's As in previous the weather may play a rote in attendance ninny but cool weather is forecast through but there is a chance of rain Sunday and Mon- day It s the best known show in the world You're not a real boatbuilder unless you're there said Susan co owner with her Tony of Performance Cruising Inr of Mayo The United States Sailboat Show is in its 17th year Once again it is likely to create a parking and traffic nightmare for downtown but a sates dream for local merchants s the busiest two weeks of the year for said Glen Phil opera boos manager of Har- bour House whkh will be serving up its usual curbsMt hot dogs. 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