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Capital, The (Newspaper) - October 29, 1986, Annapolis, Maryland bday's ivy to shuffle neup for Irtsh. i 4- Chefs This think SEE PAQE 17 Kent StevensviHe is historic. SEE PAGE 19 PCFILMS P .AUREL MD 20 Tomorrow's Fair A cooler For page 15. VOL. Cl NO. 255 OCTOBER 25 Cents GOOD PONT FORGET THE 13th annual needlework show continues from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. tomorrow through urday and from noon to 4 p.m. Sunday at the London Town Publik House in Edgewater. Admission is charged. AREA CROFTON RESIDENTS are a step closer to deciding for themselves whether to buy lo- cal open space. Page 45. CITYSCAPE THE USS Olympia needs your help. Page 45. DR. GOTT MULTIPLE SCLEROSIS should not be confused with myasthenia gravis. Page 26. ENTERTAINMENT PASADENA THEATRE Company scores with its mad- cap Can't Take It With Page 38. IN WASHINGTON is Neil Simon's best play yet. PageW. STATE OLD COURT Savings and Loan depositors are to get million. Page 4. FORMER U.S. Attorney General Griffin Bell has been I barred from meeting a cap- tured American mercenary. Page 2. SPORTS THE METS and their fans love a parade. Page 29. PEOPLE IT WASN'T the money and it wasn't fame or the potential for stardom that convinced Shares Gordon to shed her 7- Eleven and nearly everything to pose for the Playboy issue that hit news- stands yesterday. I think I'm going to be a model or I never thought that I don't expect those the Ver- convenience store manager said. did it for my ego. I'm 29.1 have two children. I 'Why Am I good Do I rate that After those women in Playboy are she said. Ms. Gordon checked with her superiors before agreeing to pose along with a dozen other women in the December is- sue's of feature. She said she'll keep her even though her store's parent South- land has refused since April to sell Playboy and its competitor men's magazines. LOTTERY drawn Three-digit MS Pick 4-4174. INDEX 4 56 pages. Calendar Classified Ads columns Cresfword Editorials Ketertainmrot Food page KeetlsUed 10 55 14 iS-41 17-U 15 15 2M4 Phofe by Bob OHbwt fUkY GROSS of Arnold picked up some baby bass and bluegills at Bowen's Farm Supply yesterday. VERY FISHY Suburbanites stocking up on baby bass By Elf FIE COTTMAN Staff Writer The fish tales were flying yes- terday when customers pulled Into Bowen's Farm Supply store OB Riva Road. John Schulte of West River boagbt a buncb of ugly catfish to the palates of his neighbor- hood birds Ray Gross of Arnold picked up some baby bass and binegills to help his company market new homes. The MoUm sounded a little brt they nd other custom- ers were sharing a growing local interest in stocking ponds with fish. Although not a new pond stocking has become far more popular in recent said Bowen's James who arranges live fish sales three times-a year. bay and ocean are provid- ing less and less fish and the state has less money to said Jimmy manager of the Fish an Arkaaaaj firm that brings tens of ttmuafajs of young fish to the Bart each year. More people are turning to backyard ponds to cure their cravings for pas- times. Philamiee said. But that's not the only reason for stocking up on large-mouth blue gills and cat- he said. Fish keep ponds well-main- tained by nibbling on algae and overgrown plants. They also add a link to the food taring birds and tmties to the pond. gathering around sat rage CeL Driesell bows out Accepts new position in UM athletic dept. By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS COLLEGE PARK Lefty Drie- bowing to pressure of the admi- resigned as basketball coach at the University of Maryland today to become an assistant athlet- ic director. Reading from a prepared state- Driesell make this announcement with mixed emotions because I have loved every one of my 17 years as head coach at Maryland. it is obvious that the admin- istration wants to make a coaching change and I do not want to coach if I am not Driesell declined to accept any but as he walked to his car outside Cole Field he said he new duties have not yet been defined. don't know what I'll be he said. do whatever they tell me to Driesell told reporters and several hundred fans in the stands that the university agreed to honor the financial terms of my which has eight years After thanking students and fans for their support over the Driesell walked down the court to a cheer from those hug- ging his wife and two daughters as they exited the building. In an unusual Driesell had called bis own news conference in advance of another scheduled by Chancellor John B. possi- bly indicating displeasure at his forced ouster. Although Driesell reportedly don't know what I'll be I'll do whatever they teHme to Lefty Oriesell signed an agreement yesterday that would resolve the remaining years on his there seemed to much more involved than monetary considerations. Soon after Slaughter set a 10 a.m. news conference to announce Drie- on Page Col. Coach bids a teary fare- well to his team. Page 29. Projects study City seeks public works review By BOB MITCHELL Staff Writer The city has asked the county to study whether public works projects in Annapolis take too long to finish. Mayor Dennis Callahan said yester- day. At the request of the coun- ty experts will review whether the city Department of Public Works can speed progress on a variety of projects ranging from roads to storm drains. sense is we're running behind what the schedule should Calla- han said. we're on schedule and 1 don't know it and appreciate William city public works said he was unaware of the county study but added he has been seeking an outside review of depart- ment practices. wanted some qualified pro- fessional input for some time. But it would be someone I picked as quali- fied and Holland said. Callahan said the study is not a veiled attempt to oust who earns in the position he has held since July 1983. Holland was told an outside study was but plans were to brief him about using the county after details were Callahan said. isn't directed at any individ- the mayor said. Holland is one of the nicest guys I have ever met. we may have a problem with our The Capital improve- ment The city public works department oversees or is involved in planning 65 projects ranging from installation w Page Col. New law could hike state taxes for many Scramble is on to avoid big IRS bills Middle-income residents would suffer ByPAULBIKSDANSKY Stall Writer It's almost like being in a bar in the waning hours before last call The bartender the Internal Revenue Service And the patrons are taxpayers who have to go to the rail before massive tax law changes take effect Jan 1 The goal is to avoid large tax oils taxes fflegal. awl the way it should be. Avoiding ttet Is what big league tax lawyers get paid said Allan N Racfeap. vice president of Memll Lyadi. Fenner 4 Smith Inc in Annap olis amount you save can be speaking to about a dozen people at Merrill Lynch said the world of investment is being altered by the new tax law. A second free seminar will be held at 7 30 p.m tonight at the firm's West Street office Rachap said a little planning now could save of dollars in the long run At the heart of the issue is the decline in tax rates and the loss of deductions The decline of the Ux rate means that taxpayers should try to defer as much income as M Page Col. By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS WASHINGTON Federal tax reform could mean a large boost in state income taxes for many middle-income residents of Maryland if officials don't change total tax lawi. according to a report released yesterday If Maryland. Virginia and the District of Columbia merely incorporate the new federal provisions into their own state taxes for middle and upper income residents coeJd rise 12 4 percent ted 111 percent by 1M The report writtee by Philip Dearborn of the Greater Washington Research Center. noted that because federal reform curtails deductions and tax more of residents' income will be subject to state taxes So. if present state rates are applied to the larger tax base that is each state would receive a windfall of milfioes of dollars from iaereased tax payments these are suggesting is K Is really hK-or-mtst for UK states to Just foOev federal tax reform a ad let the conse- Ojaeoees fall where they Dearton said He said the windfall CMM range from abort mSttM tor the district w Page CeL
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