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Capital, The (Newspaper) - July 3, 1986, Annapolis, Maryland In Hagler puts his future on hold. SEEPAGE 19 ut m Severna Family cares for a fatten 'star.' SEEPAGE 37 HUWLL IV1 I M'-. ML' The Tomorrow's Fair humid For see page 9. VOL Cl NO. 156 JULY 25 GOOD PONT FORGET THE SEVERNA Park Inde- pendence Day Parade from Jumpers Hole Road to Cypress Creek Park starts at 10 a.m. Downs Park in Pasadena will be open from noon to 11 p.m. for a county- wide celebration. AREA A SALE OF the local cable TV firm falls through. Page 29. ARUNDEL DIGEST OYSTER-eater Greene returns. Page 29. VIGNETTES MORE ON rail and water transport Page 18. YEARS AGO IN the Pantelides fa mi- ly closed the Royal Restau- rant Page 14. ENTERTAINMENT THE ANNAPOLIS Summer Gardea Theatre prepares for winter productions. Page 99. DINING OUT GOOD REPORTS are fitter. tog from Northwoods. Ptge 31. STATE JEFFREY nev- er thought of it as criminality NATION PRESIDENT REAGAN heads for New York to relight the Statue of Liberty. Page a. BOATING A HIGH point of the season is the EYC Solomons Island Race. Paft 25. SPORTS IVAN LENDL and Boris Becker gun for each other. Ptgtli PEOPLE Johnny Canon's spokesman isn't saying it but Morris Berndt is sure it was the star of Tonight who knocked on his door in Iowa. soon las I opened the door I recognised who he wai Johnny Berndt said of his lion- I day visitor. asked if I knew that it was his house be used to live Berndt said. Berndt said the Carson fami- ly moved to Avoca in and lived in nil house for six yean before moving to Nebraska. said it was a spur- of-the-momeDt said Bendt of the 20- minute visit. LOTTERY Numbers drawn Tbree-ditft eu 4 StM 2S-M 14 .27 ....SI I JO-JJ INDEX 5 SO paf Boatiaf Caiendar.......... Cssaics. coiaaiBS For the leeord PetteeBeat .................I Sevens Park ...........ttJS Grand jury eyes boat death By JOANNA RAMEY Staff Writer If actor Griffin O'Neal is indicted by a county grand jury in the boating death of film director Fran- cis Ford Coppola's he could face tbe rare charge of boat manslaugh- sources say. The possibility surfaced when wit- nesses to the Memorial Day accident on the South Rfver said the son of actor Ryan O'Neal was operating the runabout on which passenger Gian-Carlo Coppola died. O'Neal reportedly told police that his companion was at the helm of the rented from Pier 7 Pass to play 'C' average rule proposed By PETER WEST Staff Writer The coanty Board yesterday endorsed a BO policy for students particpat- ing In afl extracurriftflaf activities. Although membersagreed that students should maintain a 1.6 to take part in O'Neal could face rare charge sources say. On Monday the county grand jury met for the third time to hear testimony about the fatality. A young woman who was with Coppola and O'Neal the day of the accident appeared before the sources said. The unidentified wom- an was on the shore nearby when the accident occurred. The grand jury's inquiry centers on which man wag-driving the rent- ed boat and if anyone 7irsai- Deputy A v Gerald 'K. Anders said before the grand jury convened. In boating a grand jury can levy charges that vary from failing to keep a proper lookout to negligence. Boat manslaughter is the most serious charge that could be lodged against sources said. The grand jury also could decide that no charges are warranted. To cite O'Neal with boat man- the grand jury must de- cide if he acted with to cause Coppola's death. Maryland law defines gross negligence as the or reck- less disregard for human who is overseeing the would not disclose whether the grand jury is focusing its attention on or if any indictments against the young actor are forthcoming. The jury's investigation should be complete by month's Anders said. The panel of 23 registered voters from the county meets in they said miner _ eblnges were needed to policy and to strengthen it against legal challenges. If approved in the board's next meeting in the policy would take effect this fsfl. Students currently are permitted to play sports provided they can pass four of six classes. A student who receives four and two can stay on a team. Board members asked that ing within the policy specifically referring only to sports and not to other extracurricular activities be changed to reflect the broader scope of student involvement. But School Superintendent Robert C. Rice pointed out that in many language referring to sports is required by Maryland law. He added that there li some doubt whether the policy could be extended to student government organisa- which are supposed to repre- sent every element of the student community. Under the proposed stu- dents who fail to maintain at least a 1.6 grade-point average would be barred from participating in dramatic productions and oth- er school activities except Instruc- tional classes. With a 4.0 being a perfect grade 1.6 rep- resents s low average. The policy allows students to re- ceive one grade dtdtng a ea Page CoL private. Witnesses said was operating the rented runabout that ran into a tow line near the mouth of the South River. The tow line was extended be- tween two one of which was disabled. When the rented craft struck the line it either snapped at Coppola's head or sent him crashing to the according to witnesses. died of a massive head injury. Coppola and O'Neal rented the boat while on their day off from shooting of in Ar- on Page Col. Victim shoots thief Intruder's gun used in killing By DAN CASEY Staff Writer A Glen BurnJe mail and his cousin disarmed and killed one of two white foiling an apparent rowery attempt this coun- ty police said. The dead described as a white 17 to 22 years was unidentified this morning. The killing occurred shortly after a.m. in front of 1042 Shoreland in the Point Pleasant section of Glen police said. The home is occupied by Ted and his Paul who is visiting from said Lt. Michael Fits- head of the county police Crimes Against Persons section. Fitigibboni said the two men awoke shortly before a.m. While a got ready to go to Ledford let his cousin's pit bull terrier out of the house. As Ledford walked two masked men armed with handguns approached police said. Ledford called Kowalevioci for and the two men struggled with the apparently wres- tling a handgun away from one of police said. y The victim was shot than but we're not saying exactly bow many Fitxflbboni said. The other man turned and fled on foot with his handgun. He is de- scribed as a white 5 feet I to I feet tall with a medium build. This were unsure whether Kowalevioci or Ledford Page CoL nation ready for festive day off City expects crowd at dock By LAURAINB WAGNEI Staff Writer At last A holiday everyone cele- at the same time. No one wants to tamper with the date of that greatest of All-American the Fourth of July. Aad everything seems to be collab- orating to Bake this an all-star weekend itmny weather with the high near lots of fat reasonably priced eretM cheap and ataattfal gas with most opea tonorrvw. The only negative artes are the coanty'i weekend bast OB using wt ter oatside the aad a prettftra. tea of eea kettles la swtamtag ems thanks to the Mfk eettstty of water rear. Cafl ft i hovas that tae krfttay falls 01 a Frttay tats ftvftsf everyoae a aeteral llays rtsy 4 JULY 4th Fodtril Stale County Closed Courts Pott Cltytmh County trash Parting Dry Ctotod Closed Ckwod CtosexJ Cfetod Noptekupt Mutt food Running Thsj Cfjpttsjl pssptx well the post banki and senior centers. There will be oo trash and landfills will be mlosed. City bttMt will run aod meters will be working. The Statue of Liberty is the of this year'i and the celt bratkns to New York for the flat- wVs lOCtb birthday and her restoration will undoubtedly be the most Incredible in the nation. Bat bombs will burst aod glare over the skies of AoaapoUs and areas as Before the several coo- certs aad family style entertain- meats an set throaghwrt the cotsjty asjd tae near Eastern Shore. oew rtotrictioas win be in to accommodate the expected end. that except employ ees at tbe aad at stores tfcat botieay sales dosel tomorrow are at eooty. state aad federal as are making a tot of prortskxu to aaadk said Tom toskeOy. director of iaforma tea aad toartem far the city. tte to eeme devatewa to fiad that last aarklaf bet H ea Page M. Cat Lady Liberty to blaze again By TBE ASSOCIATED PRESS NEW YORK America car a torch for Lady Liberty for ceatvry and tonight with the presidents of tbe United SUtef and France at and mtlUooi watch- ing worldwide that torch will aMase oace agate. WHh the faor-year campaign to restore the statue President will a switch that a User team screes New York Harber to set off a 1.4-mffltoa- watt Utht shew to Utaahnte the Udy. Bol it is the start of a fear-day celehratioa ef immigrant dreams and American accomalteaments. foar days ef UD shipf and street Mrs aad eBottc Skyraet eta aad Ifi all wraaaed to white and aad erfSirisen make no aaolo- NOTICE The be published tomorrow. The paper will be delivered Friday morning. will not be published on July 5. All newspaper offices will be closed until Monday except the Circulation which will be open from 7 to 10 a.m. tomorrow. gtae to erttks who say H is too neck HeBrvood tod too Uttk history aet to solve the werM's anbttms la the satt Devtt aretmeer ef Liberty Utat the statae's birthday has eemaierciaimsd aid ei Page Get. I