Annapolis Capital, December 4, 1986

Annapolis Capital

December 04, 1986

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Capital, The (Newspaper) - December 4, 1986, Annapolis, Maryland HO WELL M P 0 Today's Try these odd Christmas gifts. SEE PAGE B1 Inside Mids' Bailey has resigned. see PAQE 01 LAUREL Classified Circulation JO 208-7DQU 266-4800 288-5000 20707 Tomorrow's Pleasant For see page A13. VOL Cl NO. 286 DECEMBER 25 Cents GOOD DON'T FORGET LIFE ENRICHMENT for older adults is the focus of a forum from a.m. to p.m. tomorrow in Pascal Cen- ter at Anne Arundel Communi- ty College. For call 268-7325. AREA CLIMAT de France motel in Parole is sold to an American firm. Page Dl. VIGNETTES ADVERTISING ephemera is a good source of historical background. Page B8. YEARS IK claimed a. lives. Page B12. DINING OUT CEEEK restaurant is Page D3. 9TATE JEROME CARDIN is con- victed for his part in the sav- ings and loan crisis. Page A4. CABINET MEMBERS will to.4efi a Senate panel know about the Iran- Contraafte deal. Page A2. PRESIDENT Reagan will submit ate first trillion budget in history. Page A3. SAILING NEtf ZEALAND sailed a textbook race to beat Stars Stripes. Page Cl. SPORTS BROADNECK'S Clint Holtz is the most highly regarded big man in many years hi the county. Page PEOPLE Greg Wooldridge says he didn't evea haggle when he found dinner jacket on sale for at a thrift especially when be found a label that Ronald No. The label was from Albert in Beverly which also made clothes for such people as Humphrey Bo. gart and Robert Taylor. Frank Mariani confirmed from records Wednesday that the black jacket was indeed sold to Reagan on the specified probably for to of is offering to seD the Jacket. if this was a Bogart DO way would I sett it But this is so I leal he said. His ad has drawn little inter- est so far. may be the worst time since Reagan's been president to try to sell tint he said. LOTTERY Members drswn Three-digit m 4- B5 E5-F12 Dll Fll A12 D25 DM All A13 .114 CU4 INDEX 72 pages Calendar ChMiflMAds columns Crossword Editorials BsHertalnment Record Owtearte PtitoeBeat. JUDGE JAMES Penchant for Shakespearean plays creeps into some of Ma written court opinions. Justice is with Cawood By JOANNA RjSJffiY Staff Writer Judge James C. Cawood walks talks fast and plows through his work at the courthouse like be is running in a ton-stop Olympic event 1 The professorial judge has been de- scribed as the Albert Einstein of the Circuit.. Court. An feat runniagron tagh .octane. a workaholic. He Can't sit still. If something needs he'tt be here in a to sign said one court clerk. anwugit Jodge Justice may be it's not routine. Hi brings to fie SPOTLIGHT on-people bench a certain xaitlook that is part legal -part historian and a snippet of WiHiam Shakespeare. On his Judge Cawood is more likely to plan a rigorous car trip coursing Civil War battlefields than to sit quietly on a Puerto Rican beach. like plotting things out in my mind and then going to as many places as he saicL I can see 100 places in my then I'm extremely Judge Cawood's penchant for Shakes- pearean plays and sonnets typically creeps into his life when writing opinions. The whose Wealth of curly white hair is another of his prefers to issue written orders than to announce them from the bench. It gives him a chance to mutt things while tapping into his mental library of soliloquies. A contract which Judge Cawood found to'be and once prompted him to quote the ill-fated swordsman in and who 'A plague on both your Because Macbeth did murder en Page Col. Push on to buy Ouiet Waters By TOM KRISHER Staff Writer Anne Arundel is making an end-of- the-year push to buy Quiet Waters Farm to preserve it as a a county official said last night But County Executive 0. James Lightbizer faces a momentous decision on where the money will come from to buy the farm on the South said Joseph P. director of the Department of Recreation and Parks. are at what I consider a crucial and hopefully it will be resolved in a positive McCann told the Recreation Advisory Board during its monthly meeting. timing is so close now that days are impor- McCann said he hopes the new federal income tax code will be the county's ally in buying the 340-acre farm from Mary E. Parker. Depending on Mrs. Parker's tax selling the farm after Jan. 1 could cost her 8 percent more hi taxes due to a change in the The Capital gains he said. McCann said Lighthizer is committed to buying the farm and preserving it as a park. The farm is the last large undeveloped tract remaining on the Annapolis Neck Peninsula McCann would not say whether the county has made an offer to Mrs. nor whether the county may seek to take the property by court order through its powers of condemnation if she refused to sell. Jan. she's not going to be able to say the county did not compete to purchase this McCann said. Asked if the county could go to McCann but Lighthizer is committed to the property be- coming a park. You can read what you want to into Controversy over the farm flared in Febru- on Page Col. Extra gas tax urged Hellmann eyes 5-cent increase By PAT RIVIERE Staff Writer Responding to fears that a 4-cent increase in the state gasoline tax would not be enough to limit state Transportation Secre- tary William K. Hellmann yesterday said he will request a 5-cent hike.. Legislators on the Fiscal Review Commit- tee told Hellmann Tuesday they were worried that his proposed 4-cent increase would force the state- to borrow JO percent of the money needed to pay for bffllon in new transpor- tation construction. think you can make a strong case for 5 cents right off the Del Robert R- told Hellmann. going to scare most of the members of the General but all you have to do is look at the 4ebt The panel agreed that a gasoline tax was the best way to pay for road but they also endorsed Neall's recommenda- tion that any increased spending depend more heavily on cash than on-borrowing. more cash you pay up the lest money you will have to borrow and the less principal and interest the public will have to Neall said. often down here we try to do what is politically acceptable. But I think you ought to give it to the governor and the legislature a three-term delegate and fiscal watchdog on the House Appropriations Com- is leaving the legislature when his term expires next month. He gave up his House seat for an unsuccessful bid for the 4th Congressional District seat. Sen. John R-Severna pared Hellmann's initial 4-cent proposal to a family that increases its credit limit to pay half the cost of raising the children. Two Anne Arundel County projects are among toe road construction the state plans to finance with the additional money. Bellman's plan calls for million for Route 32 in Anne Arundel and Howard counties and million for the Route 100 connector in the two counties. A 1-cent increase in the state's 13.5-cent- per-gallon tax would produce million a year million for MOOT and million for local governments. A 5-cent increase would produce mil- lion. Hellmann also has asked that an increase in the gasoline tax be tied to an such as OB Page Col. U Col. OLIVER L of 196ft. JOHN M. ClMS of 1956. ROBERT C. McFAKLANfc of THREE OF THE key national security a former Paimtextfrr'a predecessor. Navy grads key figures in arms scandal lyLORRAlNF AHEARN Staff Writer Through the tangle of clandestine operations being dragged into the daylight in in the past two weeks there hat run a comet- dental thread four players graduated from the Acade- my The of secret weap- oes deals. Swiss bank accounts the assembly ef Contra air fleet aod failed atnapti to ransom hostages m former V head of tHr MrFir HIP Pom dexter prrrtrcesw is NSC chief who along Nnrth and Pomdex- ter wekmg in ex- change for testimony and H Perot the Texas computer magnate who put up money for what he described as an unsuccessful attempt by North to ransom U.S. hostages in Lebanon UK of the heaviest firs UK secret weapons sate to may be ftttfcf anee from his former in the form of a legal defense a academy graduate said thu week Utah political consultant H Keith who graduated with said Urn week that he ts trying to contact about 500 members of the academe class of 1968 to donate to the fund North whom Hmnrs said is una ware of the allegedly operat- ed a schewe to sell weapons to Iran aai divert the profits to the Contra foreestalftearafua. Korft was M associate to Me- Farlane a 1959 aod remained on the staff of the NSC when McFarlanc replaced by Poinrtcxter who finished first in the class of Portrayed Edwin Weesr as having been the central link in the IrinContrai connection North in inter- national relations at the academy HP was less well known for his academics than for his boxing and sailing abilities and became com- mander of the Seventh Company at the academy. Beginning his military career at a combat officer in North wielded unusual influence in the major military operations during the Reagan administration In published reports this week another academy said North bad convinced him to supply ransom money for the re turn of American hostages in Leba but the deal had fallen through In tn appearance at the academy M Page V T ;

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