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Capital, The (Newspaper) - December 31, 1986, Annapolis, Maryland O MjP Ulr '_ A I Newsroom 268-5000 3toe Tomorrow's For see page A9. VOL. Cl NO. 308 DECEMBER 25 Cents GOOD PONT FORGET THE SIERRA Club area group will sponsor a five-mite through An- napolis tomorrow. Hikers meet at 10 a.m. at City Dock. 1986 IN REVIEW TOP 10 news stories of the year. Page Bit TOP 10 sports stories of the year. Page C2. AREA PLANS FOR a booze-free party fall through. Page Dl. CITYSCAPE A REAL man knows how to build a fire. Page Dl. KENT ISLAND GETTING gas is getting tough. Page B5 GHEF'S CHOICE SEASON of food and frivolity is with us PageBl. BUSINESS TAX SELLING pushes mar- ket lower. Page B14 IN WASHINGTON flffi PHILLIPS Collectioa- shows Gaugin prinU Paged STATE GOV.-ELECT Schaefer fers legislative leaders a role. PageA4. NATION PRESIDENT REAGAN inv poses duties on imported inexpensive white wine and Cheese. Page A2t SPORTS SOUTHERN is defeated by the visiting Bulldogs Paged. PEOPLE is to Even the Lone Ranger powerless when it comes disappearing luggage Actor Clayton who starred inr television's I se ries Lone Bang- lost lug- gage with worth of morabilit irotn the including SO of his trade stiver bullets INM. Colt a fttdMt and two aft rffifht aotfcinf to tbe itofen Los Aofdies County Sheriffs kterrw tttf How 72. carried the LeOe tanfer't miik tod cowboy tut aboard Coon Matol tUgM For i feok at otter pnUe in Uw Photo by J Hanson MARINE POLICE search the waters of Round on the southwest bank of the for a missing canoeist yesterday. Aid saves bus line to D.C. State agrees to develop subsidy program for commuters By LORRAINE AHEARN continuing bus service while the state devises Mrs. Lamb said Dillon's and members o By LORRAINE AHEARN Staff Writer A troubled Annapolis-to-D.C. commuter bus route will receive emergency aid to keep it running while the state studies a permanent transportation officials said Monday Dillon's Bus Service will continue operating its Blue-and-Gold commuter which faced closure tomorrow if it did not receive state aid. Company representatives met Monday with County Council worn an Maureen Lamb and officials from the Maryland Transportation Authority to discuss an interval plan for continuing bus service while the state devises a long-term program. pleased that the MTA did what they said they were going to said Mrs. D-Annapolis Dillon's is doing a good there's no reason the state should take over the MTA will provide the Millersville firm with a grant yet to be determined to help the company absorb a loss sustained because of escalating insurance rates. the state agreed to develop a subsidy program for the Annapobs-to-D C route and advertise for bids Mrs. Lamb said Dillon's and members of the Sixth District Traffic Committee hadiittle difficulty demonstrating that the state had done more for local residents commuting to Baltimore than it has for those who commute to Washington. It costs to go from Annapolis to Baltimore on the MTA buses. The Dillon's fare to Washington roughly the same distance from Annapolis is But recently the fare issue took a back seat to the question of whether Dillon's could continue operating the service at all on Page Col. Boater feared dead Canoe capsizes on the Severn By PAUL GIRSDANSKY Staff Writer A 16-year-old Severna Park boy is feared drowned and an Arizona youth was hospital- ized for exposure after their boat overturned in the Severn River authorities said. The missing youth was identified as Timo- thy William of 14 Kimberly said Capt. Franklin I. regional com- mander of the state Natural Resources Police. James of a student visiting the was taken to North Arundel Hospital in Glen Burnie for treatment of hypothermia. He was released this morn- ing. The youths were thrown into the sub-45- degree waters of Round Bay after their sterned canoe overturned at about p.m. authorities said. The boat capsized about one-third of a rafle from bank of the Severn River. Wood said a bottle of liquor wift a broken- seal was found in the boat. Divers searched the area until about when the decision was made to drag the area. Capt. James a county fire depart- ment said the search was aban- doned about 90 minutes after Carter was last when the chance of survival is generally considered negligible. Fifty marine police and Coast Guard personnel searched the area divers and about six boats. Two civilian boaters also volunteered. After the Coast Guard used a helicop- ter brought in from North Carolina equipped with a bank of lights to illuminate the area. Both youths were experienced in the family members said. was always a good said Walter the missing student's father. on Page Col. Business of ringing in new year is up Most resolve to keep resolutions in 1987 By ANDREA ED1E Staff Writer When the governor of a state tries to keep his New Year's chances are he won't be the only person affected At least that's what Gov-elect William Donald Schaefer 15 hoping who will ascend from the Balti- more mayor's office to Government House in Jan has two sets of resolutions one for himself and one for the people of Maryland The former is simply try and be a real good governor for the he said. The latter is more of a wish. job for everybody that wants or needs one From the governor on people in and around Annapolis this week seemed ready to turn over a few new leaves in 1987. But when Annapolis Mayor Dennis Calla nan lists his New Year's it is difficult to tell whether he is speaking as a poker enthusiast or a shrewd politician or both going to quit drawing for the inside on Page Col. A list of holiday closings. Page 01. bubbly to cost more tonight By PAUL GIRSDANSKY Staff Writer Even though New Year's Eve is getting more Annapohtans apparently don't seem to mind Area merchants say the business of ringing in 1987 is up The cost of partygomg and bottles of champagne at a liquor store are up higher than the 3 to 4 percent rate of according to an informal survey by The Capital Tuxedo rentals and lodging appear to be up marginally. Ptrty maximum driving- while-intoxicated fines and taxi rates seem to be even. The New Year's Eve Cost Barometer reveals the PARTY PLANS The price of going out for the evening and tbe wee hours is generally up Jason's of Annapolis in Eastport is charg- ing per person for band champagne and up from a year ago. OB Page Col. pitroii up tonight. Ptgt 01. Danger spots cited Traffic deaths bring calls for stop signs Jl Dl PFRIMAN nuntv Maff Writer jngemi t KP in twpir neiphborr 4 at least TigV f been avoided if the cr fulfi iM -omite to road Thf riijjht t quirif miVt -i r r t upward There are stop sigru on G Bridge but none on Pstuxent R 1 4 that if a Mpn req f r thr top of the hiii d 'r the cj V i i u t if j vff tvf- h jf-iia Sf r i f It No onf it n Jtm Ltttek. Dov Mraek by i est on Pifuxrnt R he Ms frifftdi to right an via Borth of the Rndfc Roid r k r 'um undernnt- SO vttduct In August lite motonst'i car coUaied with truck at that curve after i craned the intemctioe of Fatuxetrt BEVERLY OWSC- v T
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