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Capital, The (Newspaper) - July 26, 1986, Annapolis, Maryland Tomorrow's HOWELL MICROFILMS P 0 BOX LAUP.EV Classified Circulation 288-4800 288-6000 Oppressive For see page 11. VOL Cl NO. 175 JULY 25 Cants GOOD DONTFORQiT boiti tad othtr items will be auctioned it 10 thli morninf r Locuat Firm on Route 424 in to benefit the Davidsonville Ruritin Club. Rlin date it RiLIQION DELEGATES REPRE- SENTINO million Luther- am ID the Midwiit took leu than five mlautei to decide that women cannot be or- dalned at STATi TWO U.S. Democrats Michael Barnei and Barbara were among thon who didn't fare weU In a flvt-question quii OB current given to 11 Senate by a televiiion Page NATION 8HI1TE MOSLEM lealota awarmed over the wells into the Moroccan Embassy yeater. rtnaacked the building and burned portraiti of King Baaian n to preteit hii meet. tag with larael. Page THE RBA6AN admifiistra- a a preUminiry review of the economy at hai trimmed ita growth titi- mate for IMS but aubatantiaUy booated for eco- nomic activity next offi- ciala laid Pzge I. PtOPL' HAN' world' tenaia. from U the Bfiked woman took a break yeaterday to marry a longtime ad- mirer in a brief cere- mony at Prague's old town The mir- riage of tnd Jin Sedlik turpriied luddenly decided to do iiid the bride'i VUem who laid be leirned of their plini Thurs- SedUk left Ciechoslovikii at ige 15 in IMS to live with hli mother in Auitralia and re- lidei in the where Mandlikova with Betty the former Dutch star. Sedlak had been an admirer of Maodlikova for eight years tnd frequently followed her on the tennis circuit. The official CTK news agen- cy said Uandlikova opted to practice for today's Federation Cup semifinals match against Argentina instead of attending the wedding banquet. 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Calendar CUatMled Adi eohtmtu Crosfword EBtarUtBtteat Marie ttettags OMtaurtoa 5 3M7 2J 45 10 a 25 tl .11 ..11 ...7 .11.11 a ...10 tnjoyt htr lot ertffn aoner A AS i tpvji'-' Ice cream tastes If a dtgrwi OriiJtf can be Hinutes after purchasing tat tot lot cream starts to dripping itrawberry or butter pecan over the ibJrt and Jane an elementary school mualc teacher aad cream coaaots. aeur oflert advice on how to eit ice cream oowa to hot weaiBtfl ai in the summer Wart is ow of many iee cream 'fat'-' jj i A idksK- wrtfi is IM tcv isn't She eati it aU yew it better ia the summerr she On a hot Fridfiy afternoon she bought a butter PWSB iei cream COM Between Ucks of tht MM tad her sticky Wart said she had been iee cream at least three Umea1 aH atr eatttr pwan and to whiBptd creams uuta and She's never tried I Ice cream may taste better ia the iummer but iw cream sales at City Dock were during the heart of tflia summer's beat Aa ice cream scooper in the Big Dtoper ice cream store slid it's too People just arwt goiag oa Page 3 Bias friends indicted Long tied to drug By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS UPPER MARLBORO A longtime friend and two teammatei of Len Biai have been indicted by a grand jury Investigating the cocaine-induced death of the University of Maryland baiketball two Waahington televiaion itationa reported laat WRC-TV and WUSA'TV reported that Brian Lee a longtime Biai and David Gregg and Terry toammatoa who ihared a dormitory luite with had been Quoting unidentified aaid that Tribble wai indicted on chargei of diatribution of cocaine and PCP and obatruetion of and Long and Gregg were indicted on charges of poaaeaaion of Prince Qeorge'i Geuaty State'i Attorney Arthur MarahaU the proaecutor conducting the investiga. could net be reached by telephone at hla borne or office to comment oa the report. Tribblt'i wunnm when reached at Ma Balttmore aaid be could not tab became he wai waitiag for an importaBt There WM no aaiwer at hit office about SO mantes later nail no aaawer at hii Alan aa attorney for Ims tad M rtMiwd jt Wi Jwme to amoSS oa the Tribble gad Oregf eouM aot ifflmediately be itachid for ooauatat. Earlier SoJditeifl taid ht had aot tutttd to MarihaU after the were have ao poit-fact knewledge about any monti agaiaat my he Golditeifl that be did talfc to Manhall shortly before the grand jury handed up the Asked if Marshall told him Gregg and Long would be Goldstein have no comment on that.4' He said if the two men are they will voluntarily surrender to And he said if they are convinced my clients will be found A grind jury yesterday ended Its investigation into the circumstances surrounding Bias' returning Indictments that were were ordered sealed by the county on Page Col. County stops plan to strip 110 acres By EFFIE COTTMAN Stiff Writer County have staved off a propoaal to excivite l million cubic yirda of dirt from i natu- ral area to build an interstate high- couldn't have picked a worse Hid Thomas L. Osborne of 110 acres of woodland in Millers- ville that would have been cleared by the plan. director of ihe county Department of Inspections and Per- iiid the proposal by Kidde Consultants of Laurel called for ex- cavating land near the Bretton Woods subdivision on Route 32. The enough to fill would have been used for construction of Interstate The request became public this when the county distributed copies of the proposal and Osborne'i comments to the Severn River Com- an advisory group to the county executive. The commission is conducting studies of natural areas and the effect of highway construction on the Officials at Kidde a Laurel firm representing the corpo- rate ARRSCO said alternative sites now are being sought. Dennis W. a project engi- neer for said the proposal appeared infeasible because it could take six months to obtain a toning exception for the Since the highway already it un- der the material needs to be provided much he laid. He also said the property owners were considering developing the land later. Kidde requested applica- tions for the special exemption and other grading permits for excavation in late May. But before mailing the applica- Osborne and other officials made it clear that approval was The time frame was only one of the problems they Os- borne said. is an extremely sensitive envi- ronmental Osborne said. The tract of land was listed by the Severn River Commission as one of the 12 most Important natural areas near the river. While that designation carried no on Page Col. Child testifies by closed circuit By LORRAINE AHEARN Staff Writer In the first local sex abuse trial in which a child testified via closed circuit a jury yesterday convicted a Bowie man of molesting his daughter. The two-count carrying a maximum 25-year came after the girl sat in front of s video camera in a judge's chambers and described bow her divorced father sexually fondled her during an overnight visit shortly before Christmas IftS. It was the first time video testimo- ny led i conviction under a 1085 law to reduce trauma on young wttacsMs to MX abuse cases. AMtiUrt SUU s Attoraty Philip Carooa Mid he asked Judge ftntce C. William to allow the etottd ctrentt tsotiiBoay btciaM be tett tbe girl was toe shy and to face father IB court The procedure can only be U i promiHar era owirtoet the that the vttaew it too much ID communicate in a court- think what would've happened is she would have froten the said Robin who headj the Victim-Witness Assistance Unit said to 'I can't do it if my dad's in there.' The girl's mother testified in court that her then 8. to s therapist The mother iaid she had consulted the therapist when her without would return home tears from over- night visits with her ex-husband Encouraged by the lo cal prosecutors are planning to use video testimony in two more aex abuM cases in the next two weeks But the attorney representing the Bowie man said yesterday this pro- cedure ls unconstitutional aad cre- ates an situation in which the jury only the UteriifcB the CoostlUrttofl in todl- vlduaJ U MUtttd to confront his Mtd Stephen UM don't think it's While the J-min Jury fan Get Tailored irMtsxitty Ttylor Street tn for tto ftrtl Trw otty of Wort a WM om of promote Including renewing and Murytand AVOAUM King Street.
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