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Capital, The (Newspaper) - November 3, 1986, Annapolis, Maryland y's Your Do shorter stays hurt SEEPAGE 13 Inside The OT belongs to Skins' Clark. SEE PAGE 23 Ret Bus Clai Circ Newsroom 268-5000 Ije .For sea page 9. VOL. Cl NO. 259 NOVEMBER 25 Cents GOOD PONT FORGET TOMORROW IS election day. Polls will be open from 1 a.m. to 8p.m AREA TENSION BETWEEN the county administration and paid firefighters has again come to the this time over the contest for Severna Park's County Council seat. Page 35. STATE JURY SELECTION in the trial of Old Court Savings and Loan co-owner Jerome S. Car- din is expected to take all with opening statements expected by Nov 10. Page DAVID freed from 17 months of captivity in today made an im- passioned appeal for action to free remaining American hos- tages in whose cir- cumstances he described as desperate. Page 2 SPORTS NO ONE can figure out what's wrong alter Navy's 33- 14 loss to Notre Dame Satur- day. Page 23. PEOPLE ACTORS Tom Selleck and Stacy Reach were among the panelists and speakers at a two-day substance abuse con- f e r e n c e sponsored by the Acad- emy of Tele- vision Arts and Sci- ences. no time has our industry ac- tively en- couraged drug Richard president of the said Saturday But he added have publi- and at times glamor- drug abuse as a lifestyle the star of televi- aen's noted that his character does drink beer but at times opts for milk have to portray most with Selleck said trick is to do it artfully to get an anti-drug message across star of the TV served a prison sentence in England for cocaine possession. Michael producer of NBC's defend- ed his program against criti- cisms erf its portrayal of drug dealers we've dealt with youths drug we've always taken pains to have t very unhappy and very tragic Mann said LOTTERY Numbers drawn Saturday Three-digit Pick 4 Lotto 17 23 INDEX 4 44 pages Business Calendar Clarified Ads Comks. columns Crossword Editorials HeaKk Obituaries PotfceBeat Sporti Taiaviatea hstiags Yi 33 3742 41 37 13.14 0 23-21 Jl lft.ll 4th District race gets hotter By PAT RIVIERE Staff Writer In the final hours of the 1986 general tempers are flar- emotions are at fever pitch and Democrats are making political hay out of a weekend break-in at Demo- cratic headquarters in Annapolis. Republican congressional candi- date Robert R. Neall and Democrat- ic opponent Tom McMillen. both began the final day of campaigning this morning with news where they unleashed their latest barbs. Joined by U.S. Rep. Guy Vander at Baltimore-Wash- Mother killed Son charged with murder in shooting By DAN CASEY Staff Writer After an argument about his girl- a 19-year-old Crownsville man allegedly shot and killed his mother Friday and told police a burglar did county police said. Police have charged Edward Er- nest of 385 Walnut with first-degree murder in the death of his Mary Lou said Officer V Richard county police spokesman Mrs. Fox was shot once in the head with a .22-caliber rifle Friday said Lt. Michael Fitzgib- acting commander of the coun- ty police Criminal Investigations Division. Fox called paramedics shortly af- ter 2 p m Friday and told them he thought his mother was police said. When police arrived at the Fox at first claimed his mother had struck her head on a bedside night- police said. Later he told officers that she had been hit in the head during a burglary which oc- curred shortly after midnight Thurs- police said. But under questioning late Friday Fox admitted Ohat he shot his mother as she lay in bed after an argument over his Fitz- gibbons said had bought his girlfriend some flowers that day He men- tioned that to his and he told us she ridiculed making disparaging remarks about the Fitzgibbons said. a was being held without bail in the county Detention Center pending a bail review police said Detectives began to sus- pect that Fox's story was concocted to cover the murder after the de- ceased woman was examined at North Arundel police said At exactly what caused the wound to her left temple was not Fitzgibbons said But shortly before 5 p m doctors at North Arundel called police and said an X-ray revealed that Mrs Fox hid been shot in the head The gun was recovered early Sit urdiy hidden in bushes on the ground of Arlington Echo camp ground But light voter turnout expected ington International Neall said bis record is being distorted by a campaign brochure identifying him as a who protects the interest of banks and big business. have not voted on a banking bill since the 1983 Neall said McMillen responded with bis own news conference with U S Rep Tony chairman of the Democratic Congressional Cam- paign Committee McMillen claimed his own cam- paign has been campaign of excellence a truthful and sports- manlike and that Neall attacked me Tomorrow it will all be over when voters pick a new a new U S. senator and a new congressman for the 4th Congressional District. Polls open at 7 a.m. and close at 8 p.m Without close races for governor and most other state and local voter turnout may be several political observers predicted. Most of the attention has focused on the close race between McMillen and who are vying for retiring U.S. Rep. Marjorie S. Holt's seat. For the last five McMillen and Neall supporters have been trading charges of harassment and intimidation. Last a Neall worker claimed a McMillen supporter threatened him with a baseball bat. On McMillen workers had Neall backers removed from a gas station at Jumpers Hole and Mountain roads. In the most recent campaign inci- the three Democratic candi- dates for the House of Delegates in District 30 arrived at Democratic headquarters at 40 West St Sunday morning to find that the building had been broken into during the night or early morning. Among the missing items was a OB Page CoL List of closings. Page 35. DESPITE Triegray skies and occasional nearly people viewed the at Chesapeake AppmrlaHoa Days. BAY DAYS Crowds savor skipjacks at Sandy Point By ANDREA EDffi Stiff Writer About people attended the 22nd an null Chesapeake Appreciation Days celebra taoo this getting a look it what might be another endangered bay the skipjack The event it Sandy Point Mate Part continual a traditwn begun 22 yean ago to encourage preservation of the bay hen Despite rain and little wind Cast Bart Murphpr tailed ioto first place in the skipjack perhaps afOratog the argument that smaller skip- Jacks are faster hlfgtr ones. HII boat Esther F wai the only skipjack to officially finish the rice that wai called bwauw of lack of wind A Tilghman Inland waterman Murphy rhanRpd the rigging oc the Esther F Umej to improve her speed and ban tiling Murphy 52 hu raced in all of the 22 skipjack races held during Ap preeiabon Pays and hat yet to place lowtr than third Murphy also owns the oldest skipjack af- the Rubj G buflt to Hal. He pitas to reforMsfe her for next year's net. one minute imA 4t seeoads to wto the Oyster Shutting Contest mtaMsqan reqatresMBt for eys- ten kit never eeea clearly Mid the U S Pish aad WMWe Service cartographer after eaUog the Did Bay Coapaay. the eoatert tpoo- aor awarded Booth b aavtafs boad place John of Glen received a savings head The eleven other received small of Old Bay seasoning as a eoosatatiaa ea Paten. Cat AAA seeks evidence on topless trucks By PAUL GIRSDANSKY Staff Writer The Asfterfesa AotoatobUe Asao- dattoe wants to kftew if you have been stoned OB the road It's aD la the ataie of safety. Mid Wffliam F AAA's natal lobby 1st Zorri laid the AAA is looking for incidents to report during the group's 1M7 effort to require truck driven ia Maryland cover their toads In the Ust two weeks of Aaoe Antadel residents received QoestkMaaires to the mail asking them to report specific taddenu to the AAA. taaa m.m of the surrey forms were mated to tLc Oct 10 issue of The Miryliod Motoritt Responses will also be fofwanped to Maryland State Police ani pdHtsbed in the newsletter Tbt survey aski members to note the type of damage caused by falling the type of the loca. tiM of the the truck eovps- of and the tag number Zorti said 300 responses Have al- ready been received from across the state A September survey of found uncovered loads to be the highest priority among with M percent in favor of a eov ered-truck law Zorti said the 1M7 setsioa otters the best prospect of seceess ia years The AAA has been trytof to get the hiU passed siace wffl be the first rear of the aew sad there soar he tome Cert said. A covered-top MB worid probably fare best to the first year of the soar- year General because op- ponents may not he able to coasafeV date their he said. Bat Zorsi predicted that the trek- sag tahtqr wmdd ffcht the WO. eae tt has UbMtd agaiast hi the Praads R. a metfihtr A Us Sand aad Gravel lac Mid the tnekers wtfl flsjht hard to keep the aa Page Cei
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