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Capital, The (Newspaper) - January 5, 1983, Annapolis, MarylandWoman seeks execution to gain Freedom tru to thin War i. Baltimore i a. Woman semen eur Bat to die for killing an elderly Landlady has nil arguing Lam asked that her Appeal be dropped say tier Fosters rect est i execution in Maryland be her Only route in Freedom Doris Ann Foster one n Only two in sentence Ildi at sent letters to the and i in it and the l a supreme asking in dropping the appt lawyers Unen Aii of the Case to the do not know w Tun a on the Prui a tight Money seen limiting Aid to jobless a i i i m a Iki a Cath ii ii met d i v i in i i i Tel i t Itoro a t a Ted t the til prisoners and have much of the freedoms meal liberties and opportunities other prisoners Foster Public defender Martha Weisheit. Tuesday that if Foster insists i in it she May be Able to drop the review of her conviction even though arguments tune been heard however the actor said it May be ror Vic my from irn review of Santeiu e Phi ,.s i i f Lna Ciai a t what Maryland in to help its jobless Hist speaker Benjamin ays Money should he Aviu Paiit i yen r at least for Job business development Inan Cardin said tuesday he thinks the general Assembly probably will direct its efforts to those two areas m the 90-Day session which Beans next wednesday he said he will be meeting with gov. Harry Hughes Dunn the next few Days to try o work out a joint executive legislative approach to the unemployment problem the speaker comments came a Ter a meets of the task Forte he and Senate president limes Clark set up to look into Steps the state can take to Deal with in employment problems the task Force Iii one More meeting next week to wrap up its recommendations on what expected to be one of the major issues facing the 1983 general Assembly. Considerable sentiment was expressed at tuesday meeting for expanding the amount of Money the state puts into economic develop ment programs. Cardin said he believes the state should concentrate on service Type businesses in Fields such health International Trade Engineer ing research and Bio medical re search because we could develop the state wednesday. Jan. 5, 1982 new jobs in those he said he believes additional Money should be put into programs which insure development Loans for private businesses because that lets the state get the most for its Money a million program for example. I. Ouid be used to Back Loans of up to sli1 million. Cardin said he said he thinks the state also should take a leadership role in promoting and overseeing Job train ing programs while leaving the operation of the programs to local governments and agencies. One Way to make training pro Grams work he said would be to tie them to the loan guarantee pro Grams a company which got a state guaranteed loan might be required he said to hire a percentage of its employees from a training program the task Force made up of state and local officials business leaders and labor leaders. There were com plaints from labor members tuesday that the task Force was coming Down too much on the Side if business legislators work habits decried and Kep a u m j j a town tie Muster former t in work habits undress Peri ent drones walk it Amu Iid Ilioiu and of percent hard menu Bauman said in an interview published tuesday with her Hometown newspaper miss Bauman. A 17-year-old High school senior started last june a runner under the sponsorship of Hep Edward l. Derw ski. A Lii she currently working in the Republican cloakroom where she answers Telephone inquiries about the status of Bills and procedure from that Vantage Point. Miss Bauman developed her View on a ,1 surprised to be so Askir her what they arc til be v Tomt on my family friends with these she tend the Aston Var f i it has always seemed Ani liar this if to me i Hist Don t t impressed with Polit cans two Days after she began work ing on i Apithi Hill a Scanda. Cancer neg a former Page alleged homosexual liaisons with members of Congress later proven to be false hit the news miss Bauman. Whose father lost his congressional seat in 1980 after he admitted to suffering from ism and homosexual tendencies. Refused to be interviewed by the press it did Dolik m she said it not tried to place any Istam i in Twer Hei Sel and her Ither in the in truly she has und that members of Congress often give Ivi her special attention t i a use Fie the daughter of Bob j u m a who during his four Republican in Gressman on Maryland Eastern Shore was among the leading conserva Tive voices on the Hill she has not decided whether to follow her father footsteps into politics because she says she too Young for such a decision. But she has Given the idea much thought. It hard to separate my identify from his we Are a lot alike. Sometimes i go and sit in his chair in which he. Sat in Congress and think Genie Bauman 90 percent drones sludge chief to plead innocent Baltimore map the head of a sludge hauling company will plead innocent to charges he directed that More than be paid to former City Council president Walter Orlin sky to secure a lucrative City con tract his attorney says Douglas t Murray general Man Ager and chief executive of modern Earthline cos. Of Philadelphia and Maryland was indicted tuesday by a u. District court grand jury Here in connection with the Case. The indictment charges Murray and the two companies with 10 counts of conspiracy mail and wire fraud and interstate travel in Aid of racketeering Murray attorney Marvin a Gar Bis said an innocent plea would be entered but Garbis declined further comment because he had t seen the indictment Kach of the charges in the indict ment carries a maximum penalty of five years prison and fines vary ing from to the indictment alleges that Mur Ray Drew checks totalling on modern Earthrine Philadelphia Bank accounts payable to Edward j. Russell a company lobbyist who cooperated with Federal investigators in the probe. It also alleges that most of that Money was used a payoff to Orlinsky. Orlinsky serving a six month sentence at a Federal prison in Allen Wood. A on his guilty plea to a single count of extorting Money from the Earthline companies. Besides his six month jail sen tence. Orlinsky was forced to resign the Council presidency he also agreed to pay the City which he admitted receiving from the Corn-1 panics and was ordered to perform one year of Public service spread Over a tour year probationary period. Orlinsky was brought to Baltimore in december after he began serving his sentence to appear before the grand jury. It could not be Learned what if anything he testified about. The indictment lists in modern Earthline checks which Mur Ray alleged to have written to Russell Between dec 1980 and june 1981. However Only of that amount was Ever alleged to be received by Orlinsky. Neither the indictment nor papers filed in the Orlinsky Case indicate what happened to the remaining a statement of facts filed at the time Orlinsky pleaded guilty said the Earthline proposal to dump City sludge in an unused Coal mine in Western Maryland would have resulted in a million contract with the City to dispose of the Luda. A 7. 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