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Capital, The (Newspaper) - November 11, 1986, Annapolis, Maryland THE CAPITAL Nov. THE WEATHER TODAY'S satellite picture recorded at a.m. shows a band of thick layered clouds accompanying a cold front from the Great Lakes to Texas. Along and north of another frontal system layered clouds cover most of the East Coast and thunderstorms lie near the front along the Gulf coast. Mostly high and middle level clouds cover the northern Rockies. The Forecast for 7 a.m. Nov. 12 Showers Rain Flurries Snow Warm Occluded Stationary The National Weather Service forecasts snow flurries for tomorrow from the northern Rockies into the central Plains. Ram is forecast from the central Gulf to the mid-Atlantic. CLOUDY ANNAPOLIS mostly cloudy wife a 50 percent chance of rain. Lows around 40 to the mid 40s. 5 to 10 mph. consi- derable cloudiness with a 40 percent chance of rain. Highs in the 50s. Light winds. OCEAN More rain off and on through tomor- row. Low tonight around 45 and high tomorrow about 50. North- easterly winds 10 mph today. Winds will be light tomorrow. CHESAPEAKE To northwest winds 15 to 20 knots. Waves 2 to 3 feet. Chance of rain with visibility less than 2 miles. north winds 10 to 15 knots. Waves 1 to 2 feet. Chance of rain with visibility less than 2 miles. EXTENDED Thursday through Saturday. Clearing and colder Thursday. Sunny but cold Friday. Partly cloudy with moderating temper- atures Saturday. Highs in the mid 30s to low 40s Thursday and warming to the 40s Saturday. Lows in the 20s Thursday and Friday and mid 20s to low 30s Saturday. Tem- peratures 10 degrees colder in the Maryland mountains AREA ALMANAC Record high 77 Record low 29 One year ago Partly 74 50 Precipitation one year None Precipitation from midnight up to 8 .05 inch Cumulative precipitation for 2.97 inches Normal precipitation for No- 3.13 inches Yesterday's 53 36 TOMORROW'S TIDES HIGH Annap. a.m. p.m. Edgwtr. a.m p m FairHav. a m 1-19 p.m LOW a.m. p.m. a.m p m. a m 7.27 p m. Sdy Pt. Shdy Sd HIGH a.m. p.m. a.m. p.m LOW a.m. p.m. a m p m Tonight p.m. moonset. p.m ACROSS THE NATION By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Snow fell across the nation's midsection today and headed for the while record- breaking cold air pushed into the Southwest Snow ranged from the middle Mississippi Valley to the Great Lakes region Travelers' advis- ories for snow were issued in southeastern northern Il- linois and much of Michigan Winter storm watches for snow were posted in New Hampshire. Vermont and northeastern New York. Anoth- er blast of snow set off alerts in Below-zero readings were common across the western Iowa and northwest Minnesota The low came on the beels of a of record lows in sections of Kansas. South Wisconsin and The coM air was moving into the southern and by early morning dropped temper- atom into the 20s to 90s in northwest and north- west Texas. A low pressure system over southeastern Alberta pushed snow across the northern Rock- ies A winter storm warning was issued for western Montana amid predictions of up to a foot of snow in the mountains and gusty winds Snow from this system was expected to move into southern Montana A winter storm watch was issued there showers and thun- derstorms ranged across east- ern Texas and the lower Mississippi rain was scattered from the middle Mis- sissippi Valley the Ohio and Tennessee rain dotted the south Atlantic and rain and snow mixed in central Indiana and southwest Ohio Temperatures were on the mild mainly in thr 60s to from south central Texas across the Tennessee valley to the South Atlantic Coast Temperatures around the na- tion at 2 a.m. EST ranged from 10 degrees below zero at Nor- to W at Homestead and Key Fla POLICE BEAT Rape arrest A 20-year-old Severn man who allegedly raped a Severn woman in August was arrested county police said. Daniel William of 7906 Innkeeper is charged with first-degree said Officer V. Richard county police spokesman. The rape occurred shortly after 11 p.m. Aug. 27 in the Provinces section of police said. The told police that a man entered her tried to tie her hands behind her back and then raped police said. After the the suspect stole sheets from the victim's police said. Detectives identified Shelton as a suspect by a fingerprint matchup in a similar rape in Montgomery Coun- police said. Shelton was arrested in that but was later police said. He was arrested at work Friday in the cargo area at Baltimore-Wash- ington International Airport. Shelton is being held without bond in the county Detention po- lice said. Fire at home A man was discharged yesterday from the burn center of Francis Scott Key Medical Center after being treated for injuries sustained in a fire at a home on Dewey Drive in Annapolis Sunday morning. Hospital officials identified the vic- tim as Richard Lomax of 501 Dewey Drive. Annapolis firefighters reported that they responded to a mattress fire at 501 Dewey Drive at a.m. Sunday. A paramedic unit took Lo- max from the home to Anne Arundel General Hospital at ac- cording to officials of the hospital. Officials said Lomax was later transferred to the burn center. Further information was not avail- able this morning. Deale accident A Tracys Landing man was in- jured early Sunday morning when he lost control of his pickup truck on Deale county police said. Jeffrey S. was in stable condition at Anne Arundel General Hospital this a spokeswoman said. The single-vehicle crash occurred shortly after 1 a.m. on Deale Road at Franklin Gibson police said. Cramer was driving his 1979 Chev- rolet pickup west on Deale Road when fhe lost control and veered off the left shoulder. The truck struck a utility pole guide crossed Franklin Gibson and came to a rest on a large tree on the south side of Deale police said. No charges were filed in the acci- police said. Island assault A 31-year-old Grasonville man was charged with assault with intent to murder Saturday after allegedly stabbing a man in the head at the Fisheries parking lot in Kent state police said. Gene Irav Flamer faces additional charges of assault with intent to maim and assault and battery. He was being held at the Queen Anne's County Jail in lieu of police said. Flamer has a post office box in but no known address. The 27-year-old Raymond B. Jr. of Kent was flown to the Shock- Trauma Center at University Hospi- tal by state police helicopter and was in stable a hospital spokesperson said. Flamer's preliminary hearing is scheduled for Dec. 5 in the Queen Anne's County District Court. Woman mugged A purse snatcher knocked a Rock- ville woman to the ground and stole her pocketbook outside Fred's Res- taurant hi Parole Friday county police said. The woman told police that she and a friend were entering the res- taurant about p.m. when the suspect pushed her to the ground and ran away with her which contained and identification. County A hungry thief raided a Shady Side woman's icebox and cupboards last Tuesday taking everything but the kitchen county police said. Dawn M. of the 1600 block of Cedar told police the break-in occurred between and a.m. Mrs. Phillips saw the thief in her back yard as she returned home. She told police he is about 6 feet tall and with dark brown wearing a brown flannel shirt. Taken dinner silver- coffee cranberry nine ground chicken thighs and frozen instant coffee and other police said. The goods were worth a videocassette recor- der worth was stolen from a Whispering Woods home that same county police said. Lawrence A. of the 300 block of Blossom Tree told police the burglar ransacked his home. Police said entry was gained by breaking a kitchen window. OBITUARIES Jearline Douglas Jearline Henry of died of a head injury after a fall at her home Saturday. Mrs. Douglas was born in Bowie and had lived in Annapolis for the past 15 years. A graduate of Cardoza Business High School in she worked for several years as a stenographer for the federal and District of Columbia govern- ments. She also worked part time for the Fuel Assistance Fund of the Community Action Agency in Annap- olis. She was a member of St. Mary's Roman Catholic Church and its Le- gion of Mary Ladies Auxiliary and of the Knights of St. John No. 109 at Ascension Roman Catholic Church in Bowie. She was an avid reader. Surviving are three Mary J. Henry and Agnes H. both of and U. Cornelia Lovejoy of two Thomas A. and Lawrence W. both of and several nieces and neph- ews. A Mass of Christian burial will be offered at 10 a.m. Thursday at St. Mary's Catholic Duke of Gloucester with burial in the church cemetery. Arrangements are by the Hicks Funeral Home. Allegra Love A memorial service was held Sat- urday in for Allegra Uehlinger of Oyster who died of heart failure Nov. 2 after a lengthy illness. Mrs. Love was a frequent visitor to the Annapolis area to the home of her Cornelius R. Love III of Crownsville. In addition to her she is survived by two Barbara of Oyster with whom she and Betty Page of Thou- sand another Tal- bot A. Love of Tuxedo one Bernice Uehlinger of 17 and seven great-grandchildren. Memorial contributions may be made to Arden Hill Hospital in Goshen or to the American Heart Association. Pota Conits Pota of died of respiratory arrest Sunday at Fair- field Nursing Center after a lengthy illness. Mrs. Conits was born in Greece. She was the widow of Peter Conits. Surviving are two Georgia Kontgias of Glen Burnie and Helen Vames of nine 11 great- and six great-great- grandchildren. Funeral services will be held at 11 a.m. Thursday at Sts. Constantine and Helen Greek Orthodox Constitution with burial in St. Demetrius Cemetery on Riva Road. Arrangements are by the Tay- lor Funeral Chapel. Delayed PCP trial on again By JEFF DAVIS Staff Writer A Pasadena man whose PCP-man- ufacturing charges were dismissed in 1984 due to a lack of a speedy trial must face the Maryland's highest court has ruled. The Court of Appeals this week reversed a judgment of the Court of Special Appeals in the case of Her- bert F. Brown. After four trial dates and three postponements from July 1983 to March Brown now must stand trial in Circuit the high court ruled. Four months after the indictment Brown asked for a therefore consenting to a trial date beyond the 180-day the court ruled in its 14-page opinion filed yesterday. a 40-year-old truck was charged with making the hallu- cinogen in a Pasadena garage. He was indicted on March The speedy trial law requires a criminal trial to be held within 180 days. The speedy trial period ended on Sept. The first trial date was set for July on July Brown filed a document to the 180- day reflecting an agreement between defense attorney Stanley H. Needleman and Assistant State's Attorney Patrick J. Bell. The postponement was granted and a new trial date was set for Sept. 1983 within the 180-day period. On the new trial date the State's Attorney's Office asked for a post- ponement due to an administrative mix-up. Brown had not been trans- ported to Circuit Court from the Baltimore City where he was being held on unrelated charges. The trial date was rescheduled for Jan. 1984 304 days from Brown's initial appearance. On the third trial date the case was postponed again because of a similar mix-up. Brown was still in the Baltimore and a fourth trial date was set for March A week before the next trial Brown filed a motion asking for dismissal of the case on speedy trial grounds. Circuit Court Judge Robert S. Heise dismissed the ruling that Brown's original waiver of his right to a speedy trial did not apply because his second trial was sched- uled within the original 180-day lim- it. Eatery burgled A total of in cash was stolen in a burglary at a Crofton restaurant Friday county police said. The break-in was discovered about a.m. by an employee of Lon- ghorn Steak and 1640 Crof- ton police said. Entry was gained through an un- locked rear door. 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