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Capital, The (Newspaper) - October 20, 1986, Annapolis, Maryland Monday Only a 'choke' can stop Sox. SEE PAQE 17 lie VOL Cl NO. 247 OCTOBER GOOD DON'TFORGET THE PUBLIC is invited to meet and question candidates for the House of Rep- resentatives and General As- sembly at tonight at Kneseth Israel Spa Road and Hilltop Lane. AREA OPPONENTS of a new sub- division in Arnold may be able to stop the project. Page 25. ACTION LINE THE CAPITAL'S consumer advice column helps a reader with trouble with a consign- ment store. Page 25. AWAY WE GO THE HISTORIC Lee-Fendall House in fea- tures the works of Thomas Nast. Page 15. STATE HEALTH OFFICIALS have launched a program to keep some youngsters out of deten- tion facilities. Page 4. PRESIDENT Samora Mach- el of Mozambique died in an overnight plane crash. Page 2. MEMBERS of the 99th Con- gress have gone after failing to do more to combat federal red ink. Page 3 SAILING KOOKABURRA III easily outdistanced Australia HI Page 18. SPORTS NAVY SUFFERS a cant to Perm Page 17 PEOPLE Sportscaster Frank Gifford and WABC-TV personality Ka- thie Lee Johnson have tied the knot but their honeymoon will have to wait because they have to work co-host of ABC's Night and Ms co-host of Morning on the net work's New York flagship sta- were married Saturday in Bridgehampton on Long Is- the bnde's manager said He said the newly weds would honeymoon at a later date. because both were scheduled to work today For a look at other people in the news see page 3 LOTTERY .Numbers drawn Saturday Three-digit 788 Pick 4 4279 Lotto M 05 12 27 38 INDEX 4 32 pages Calendar 32 Clatsified Adi 26 31 columns 23 Crossword 26 Editorials Entertainment 1415 Health 9-10 Obituanet 5 Pobce Beat 5 Sports 17-22 TefevUkK listings 15 Yooth 12-13 Permit fought Lawsuit cites nitrogen threat to river life By JUDI PERLMAN Staff Writer The state health department may appeal a court decision requiring a Howard County sewage plant to lim- it its discharge of nitrogen into the Patuxent River. Ruling on a complaint filed by several citzens groups including the Davidsonville Area Civic Associa- Calvert County Circuit Court Judge Perry Bowen last month or- dered the health department to re- consider its approval of a five-year discharge permit for the Little Pa- tuxent River Wastewater Treatment Plant. He also said the permit for the plant should be altered to prohibit any additional nitrogen discharge The ruling would probably mean a moratorium on more sewer a state official said. The lawsuit said the state should not have renewed the plant's permit last year without considering evi- dence that nitrogen in treated sew- age can damage the river. It asfced that the plant be forced to remove nitrogen. .DACA is particularly concerned about the Jug Bay estuary in south where salt water and fresh water meet and algae growth can said R. Graydon DACA president. Little Patuxent River is one of the prime contributors to the Patuxent River. is where the influence of the plant is Ripley said. we asked was for the evi- dence to be introduced and the matter be considered by the hearing Ripley said. abso- lutely ignored the evidence for the need of nitrogen Nitrogen and phosphorous are two nutrients believed to pollute the bay Treatment plants are not required to remove nitrogen but do attempt to eliminate phosphorus a simpler and cheaper process But researchers now question whether the removal of phosphorus is enough to clean wastewater As part of a 1981 plan to clean up on Page Col. ifisttpcior Kelly Gom'gan of Annapolis puts Tomorrow's Fair 68 For see page 5. 25 Cents Road fracas fatal Driver shot during assault By DAN CASEY Staff Writer An Arnold man shot and killed a man who broke into his home and assaulted his wife and his daughter following a traffic dispute Saturday coun- ty police said. The which appears to teve been in occurred shortly before 7 at the home of Eric of 366 Oak Drive in Mago police said. Events leading up to the incident began with Stephen Arthur the tailgating Ludvigsen's daughter on Mago Vista Road only minutes before the police said. of 788 Mago Vista apparently forced his way into Ludvig- sen's home after following Laurie Ann Ludvigsen police said. shot Jones once in the head after a struggle for a shotgun in Ludvigsen's living said Officer V. Richard county police spokes- man. Jones was apparently enraged by the manner in which Miss had been driving a Molloy said. Once inside the Ludvigsen Jones argued with her loudly in the and she called to her father for Ludvigsen came downstairs armed wiSpf a 12-gauge shotgun and ordered Jones leave But Jones then attacked police said The two men struggled for the which discharged into the floor. Jones began beating and when it looked as if he was about to get control of the Miss Ludvigsen and her mother jumped on Molloy said. Jones then turned his attention to stuggling with both women Lud- vigsen picked up the gun and shot Jones once in the head He was pronounced dead on the Molloy said The case remains under investigation by county homicide but it appears that the killing was in self- said Lt Michael head of the Crimes Against Persons section on Page 8. Col. 281 may cash in on 'forgotten' By PAUL GIRSDANSKY Staff Writer For 281 current or former Anne Arundel County it's time to play the state's version of ing for Dollars No. it's not a game show It s Maryland's way of trying to disburse 7 million in forgotten cash And of that monev earmarked for 281 people with last known addresses in the county The county published the clas sified pages of The includes 61 Annapohtans 29 people from Pas 14 from Seserna 13 from Crofton and eight each from Fort George G Shady Side. Arnold and Lothian Marvin Bond spokesman for the state comptroller s said Maryland is about giving the money it is spending on advertising statewide this year to try to find the rightful owners feeling is that the money is not really ours Bond said s really yours The curious can inquire in writing or by telephone to the Abandoned Property Section of the comptrol ler's office in Baltimore to learn if they are on this list or any issued in the past The state has maintained files of the abandoned properties for 20 and or their heirs can claim their at am time. Bond said The published classified list covers abandoned accounts reported to the state over the last six months The stare will refer inquiries to the creditors for the next two months After that the state admin ister the abandoned properties Recipients in the latest disburse ment include George T Baker of Crofton Dr James Bishop an Edgewater dentist and the Anne County Board of Education Baker recieved for a nairr never recieved from an insurance company over a lowing job in 1980 We never could figure out what happened to it said Baker gave up on it He plans to buy a 7 wood to add to his golf bag Dr Bishop recently got a check for 79 'I was delighted he said They can put my name on the list again any time they want The school board received from monev deposited ago in the Maryland Automobile Insurance Fund said Ronald L Beckett assist ant superintendent for services Continued on Page 8 ol 1' COSTL Y HABIT Drug abuse eats into productivity By SCOTT I TFNSCHLAGFR Staff Writer Employers have a vested interest m joining the against drug abuse It eats into profits by mg productivity and raising labor costs experts said at a seminar Fndav Studies show that 10 percent of the work force problems with alco- hol or other Joseph Lemmon of Performance Dimensions Inc a Towson consulting at the seminar entitled in the Workplace As a drug a cotts the average company 3 percent of its entire payroll and cuts a person's productivity bv up to 35 percent Drug related expenses arise from accidents workers claims and medical expenses Lem mon said And not onlv is ire abu ser's productivity affected but so is that of the supervisor who must deal with the problem in particular is an in creasing problem at the Defense and Electronics Center of Wesimgnoiwe Etectnc Corp in Linthicum said Robert Lake director of the plant s employee assistance program More people who are doing ro came are coming to see us. Lake said at the seminar held at Anne Community College 'We have had three treatment for cocaine uM this Lake 'he tf lifestvifs 11 our srxiet- Pfnp'e like beinc aione so thfv end up Pdrtving dhicb drjg use he si.d People also arr more pessimistic partly because feel if thev have httie control over iheir mes Lake iaid Cocaine in because satisfies that for instant energy and instant lifting of our sjfirits' But cocaine is onlv one problem source at the Westtnghouw plant where people are emploved and sophisticated radar equipmer' fro Page R USER ftnwu of ;