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Capital, The (Newspaper) - November 22, 1986, Annapolis, Maryland No coverup at base strip show By LOVftAINK AHEA1N Stiff Writer The PA system thumped out Just Wanna Have at the due Jockey exhorted tyte audience of about 150 women to the big floor show. Outside on this stormy Tuesday night at North Severn Naval U.S. In combat bootStand camouflage guarded the entrance to grounds that include the nation's top-secret ship research lab. But inside the Enlisted Men's out of the county liquor inspectors' it was Ladies' Night. Tbe monthly engage- ment of the Baltimore Bad htw many of you are supposed to be at a Tupperware party Bad Boys' If After of Ceremonies Bob Mager- supp ehMed. is this get-away-from- the-old-man The eager women most in their 20s and many of them veterans of past Bad Boys shows had paid apiece to set dancers with names like Ricky the Daytona Dale and the Doublemint Twins strip dowa to and in at least one case venture somewhat farther. .htank nightclub Mr Pip's. The Enlisted Men's on the other has no liquor license to lose. can basically do what they want to and they could laugh at the Anne Arundel County liquor said board Chairman Thomas who last week presided over the Mr. Pip's hearing. not allowed on there. But I think it has a lot more far-reaching problems if they're allowing John Q. Public on Regardless of who drlaks at tile the county and the state htve no Jurisdic- tion on tead the federal quired after according to the State's Attorneys Office. not who they it's where the ion takes sftidAssistaat Attorney J. Rob board does not issue a license and the does not regulate them. It's on federal land snd the feds have Jurisdic- The Naval Station is primarily a sup- port facility for the Naval housing Marine a small-craft facility and the separate David W. Taylor Research and Development Center with its own uniformed security force. To provide entertainment for the sonnei attached to the Naval the Naval Academy retired Navy personnel guesS- the club 1984 haa sponsored Bad monttfloutrf the year. ilJL RQFILHS 558 MD i 268-4800 I 268-5000 Otaptt Tomorrow's Cloudy For see page 11. 276 NOVEMBER 1986 25 Cents 'ffGET Junior- and Senior High 1 present a con- n. tomorrow at High 201 Edgewater. THE WEEK ILAK delights in uses. Page 29. IHMENT ends its lial Players to- officials said committed con- pollution from iations. Page 4. WORLD TOR William Ca- ecret arms sales 2. Red Wings ipitals. Page 13. launch their bas- today. Page 13. Mayor. has traded in Magnum for a i shed in the Pine was true to with sharp is detractors and of several of ial decisions. James Wright. made no ver to be a team time I've known T-mayor wrote. Wright respond- mayor's column sn't know how to m awn yesterday ms ings 30 35- 55 34 55 10 27 2S 27 11 II 9 13-25 8 26 10POSED Sentinel 50QQ Wimp by Navy battto fleets bWfoWoWan voyages. An anti-ship St Wimp's or renaissance for By KEVIN DRAWBAUGH Business .Writer up in the It's a it's a it's a dachsund. it's a blimp. Someday those enormous airships that trundle across the sky like tubby ballerinas may be seen overhead in greater numbers and not just at football stadiums. Westinghouse-Airship Industries based in Anne Arundel is in the running for a million Navy contract that could start a rebirth of-the The Navy wants a test model of a lighter-than-air craft that can fly over a battle fleet long periods and scan the ocean horizon for .SOrtaee-skimmiflg. anti-ship missiles. Westinghouse-Airship has proposed the Sentinel an airship that is about as high-tech as they come. The 450-foot long with a erew of 10 to Would be capable of making 95 knots and staying aloft for 30 days on the amount of fuel a helicopter in 24 hours. U would be built in North Carolina. Project management design are headquartered in Linthi- cum. Competing with Westinghouse-Airship for the Navy contract is Goodyear the aviation division of the company whose name goes with htimps like Kleenex goes with tissues. jSoodyear Tire 4 Rubber the parent company _i_- be enclosed inside Election errors claimed Hammond asks for vote recount By TOM KRISHER Staff Writer An attorney for Annapolis Alderman John R. Hammond iiled a petition seeking a recount of absentee ballots in 30 House of Delegates race he lost by three votes. The petition also seeks a court order forcing the Board of Supervisors of Elections to count 24 absentee ballots that were and unlawful- disqualified from the vote tally. By failing to count the the board have changed the outcome of the general in the District 30 the petition contended. Official vote totals showed a Ward 1 finishing fourth in a race for three seats from District 30. Hammond had finishing behind Democrat Donald E. who won the third seat with James attorney for the said he could not respond to specific allegations in the but he intends to contest it in court. feel we have an obligation to defend the integrity of the he said. No hearing date has been set for the but Praley said he expected it to be scheduled sometime late in the first week of December. Hammond's filed by Baltimore attorney Diana G. claims the board made the following illegal errors in failing to count the absentee ballots from District Three ballot envelopes from outside the country were not opened even though they were received before the 4 p.m. Nov. 14 deadline and each contained a voter's affidavit stating the ballot was completed and mailed before election day. State law requires a postmark prior to Election Day or a voter's affidavit stating it was mailed before election day for the ballot to be the petition contends. Nine envelopes mailed from the U.S. were received before the deadline but not opened because they were postmarked after Election Day. The envelopes could contain affidavits from voters stating that the ballots were marked and mailed before the deadline. Seven ballots cards were not counted because they were marked with an The ballots should have been counted because absentee voters were not informed that an identifying mark would invalidate their votes Three ballots were not counted because the board contended they were not returned in the internal ballot envelope. They should have been counted because absentee voters weren't told that on Page Col. Pannuty denied threat alleged RUBEN PANNUTY By DAN CASEY Staff Writer Agreeing with federal prosecutors that Ruben Pannuty may pose a danger to the a magistrate yesterday ordered the Pasadena bar owner held withouJ bond until his trial on drug charges In making the US Magis- trate Paul M. Rosenberg cited sworn grand jury testimony and Pannuty's prior arrest record. Pannuty's Steven C Friedman of Baltimore he may appeal the ruling to U.S. District Comrt in Baltimore In arriving at the to hold Rosenberg quoted from sworn Jury testimony by unidenti fied government The informer testified that Pannu 53. said he finds out who the snitch was he was going to blow the mother...... Rosenberg quoting from the grand jury tran- script. If the was in jail. Pannu- ty would hit the desk sergeant in the mouth and blow thf mother....... jail up with a ba the magistrate quoting from the grand jury transcript Despite requests by Friedman. Ro senberg did not identify the inform er But Rosenberg characterized the person as a with direct dealings with an indi vtduai who was a cocaine user and who was getting somewhat para noid Friedman said tt was an 'elemen Ul that Panruty should be able to confront the witness He compare-d the bail hearing to Kafka 'The in which a jailed man knows neither his accusers nor the charges against him. we have here is the testi- mony of a paranoid 'coke' head who. out of the gors to the government can't respond to this allegation without the Friedman said Assistant U.S. Attorney Harvey E Eisenberg argued that releasing the names could put the witnesses' lives in Jiopardy. But Friedman argved that county prosecutors made similar in 1975. when Pannuty was acquitted in two arson trials years ago allegations nade that witnesses were threatened B'Jt nobody was and Mr Pannuty show-ed up for the Knedman said Pannuty of 559 Jandon Court in Miilersvilif. Roy Hill. of Sophia N .and seven other people were indicted this week on cocaine distribution snd conspiracy charges. The charges from a 10-month investigation hy county and Balti- more police and the U S Drug En- forcement Administration. a nationally known rare car driver and Psnnuty's alleged co- caine supplier turned himself in to authorities at 9 am yesterday at US District Court in Baltimore Following Pannuty's U.S. Magistrate Paul M. M f age CCT
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