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Capital, The (Newspaper) - June 21, 1995, Annapolis, Maryland Japan jet hijacked by cultist A2 Birds erase 5-run deficit to beat 8-7 Cl On Moy6f vs. Nwi p.m. onHTS. Perfect picnic fare Bl Slaying suspect free Dl V t WEDNESDAY Capital TOMORROW CLOUDY DETAILS PAGEA1S JUNE 1995. MD 35C Alleged rock thrower arrested By P.J. SHUEY Staff Writer Police have charged a 16-year old Lothian boy as an adult with second degree murder in the rock-throwing death of a Deale man m April Jason W of 207 Lyons Creek Mobile Estates in is being held in pending an extradition Officer Randy county police said this morning. The suspect was identified through Lothian teen faces murder charges in man's death evidence gathered by homicide Detec- tive Timothy Zywiolek and Southern District Detective Jack Payne after dozens of interviews and two road- blocks where the attack occurred Kevin M of 5949 Sneed died at 9 27 p m on April 3 after his truck overturned in the 200 block of East Bav Front Road near Tracvs Landing. The windshield of his Dodge pickup truck was struck by a softball-size rock The eastbound truck overturned after veering off the traveling 300 feet across a field and slamming into sev- eral trees Police said two witnesses told them Saturday that Mr Wyvill had confessed to them that he threw the rock that killed Mr Gallagher The witnesses provided details that could only have been known by a participant in the police said The driver of the vehicle was and he gave a written confession to his part of the crime He identified Mr ill as the passenger in the car who threw the and corroborated other witness accounts An arrest warrant was issued for Mr Wyvill yesterday He was located in Virginia and taken into custody by the Hampton Police Department The investigation is continuing and may result in additional said Sgt Bob supervisor of the investi- gation Throughout the Mr Gallagh- er's many relatives including his 73 year-old Bernard and Catherine Gallagher of Cape St Claire did their best to keep interest in the case alive just relieved that this part... is coming to a said Ford Gal- 44 of Calvert Mr. Gallagher's oldest brother Page Summer steams forward Brief relief but weekend heat sure to bug you By THERESA W1NSLOW Staff Writer Ah summer Time for pool and an army of bugs Lots and lots of pests like carpenter carpenter bees and flies. Even more than normal Spurred on by the mild winter and dry these insects are busy making inroads at county according to area exterminators. chowing said Jack general manager of American Pest Control Inc. m Annapolis Summer doesn't officially start until 4 34 p.m but bugs don't watch the clock Hot weather and unhealthy air is already too shooting the mercury to a record high of 96 yesterday and resulting in a third consecutive alert for unhealthy air. The old record was 95 degrees set in 1988. Power consumption also peaked at the highest level of the month But despite the the bugs and the lack of few seemed to dread the new season. love the summer It's my favorite said Lynne Evans of who got out of the heat briefly yesterday by visiting Annapolis Mall. If you are among those who hate By George N Lundskow The Capital Caroline Chrlstensen of Arnold finds a way to beat the reconverting heat yesterday by giving her a swimming lesson at the Chase Creek Swhn Club hi Winchester on the Severn. The high reached 96 degrees at Baltimore-Washington IntemaHonal besting the previous record of 98 set In 1988. the a slight break is in store today through Friday Highs should dip to the mid- and upper 80s today and the state Department of the Environment is predicting a Code which indicates moderate air quality. It will be even milder tomorrow and Friday with highs around 80 and a chance of showers But the hot weather will return by the said Amet a forecaster with the National Weather Service at BW1 Airport Temperatures Saturday and Sunday could crest in the upper 80s to he said. This means the bugs are here to exterminators said. an exceptionally bad year for large black the carpenter ants that like to eat your Mr. Schroeder said there Carpenter bees resemble only they're usually Page rush to save dying boater By CHRISTOPHER MUNSEY Staff Writer Area residents rushed to the aid of a boater stricken with a heart attack in Back Creek yesterday ad- ministering cardiopulmonary resusci- tation and bringing the boat to a nearby dock Despite their best 51-year-old James R. Bowersox of Montgomery County was pronounced dead at Anne Arundel Medical Center just after 4 p.m.' Capt. Ron Gonzalez was on the tour boat Providence at the Annapolis Land- ing Manna when he heard the victim's wife screaming for help just off the dock around 3pm Along with two Chesapeake Marine Tour he jumped in a power- boat and rushed to the sarlboat arrived at the and he was dropped over in the Mr Gonzalez said. Mr Bowersox's face was purple as Mr Gonzalez cleared the victim's air- way and started CPR A boater from a vessel anchored nearby rowed over and helped pilot the sailboat to the fuel dock as Mr Gonza- lez continued CPR Employees at the manna also stayed on the VHF radio with the Coast Guard and the city Fire Department by tele- phone to update them on the Mr Gonzalez said Another persoruttho aided the strick- en boater was John a 22 year old sailing instructor with Chesapeake Sailing School Mr Russfell was at the pumpout station of Port Annapolis a 4'We didn't know if he was choking or had had a heart attack. The signs weren't that John sailing instructor boatyard when a woman came down the dock yelling for anyone who knew CPR He ran over to another dock where the school keeps its and motored over to Annapolis Landing Marina Mr Russell helped Mr Gonzalez with the CPR once the victim's boat was tied to the fuel dock didn't know if he was choking or had had a heart attack. The signs weren't that Mr. Russell said. The city Fire Department got the first call a few minutes before 3 p.m. and arrived at Annapolis Landing Mar- ina seven minutes Leonard Clark said. Mr. Bowersox suffered a heart attack on the Capt Clark said. A team of paramedics from tfie Eastport station took over the CPR from Mr Russell and Mr he said paramedics said they were doing an outstanding Capt Clark said Coast Guard Station Annapolis also sent a after receiving a Mayday Page Public school yes or -The county school board wifl debate next month whether to allow four elementary schools to experiment with student uniforms when classes resume m the faH. The countywkJe Citizens Advisory Committee ra pushing the pflot m which students would Wear uniforms on a voluntary basis. Principals from Windsor QuarterfieW and Unthtcum elementary schools want to try the program. Proponents say school uniforms create equity among provide a school put emphasis on academics and save money. But others argue that uniforms stifle indrviduality and violate the freedom of expression. Start-up coots could also to they warn. The Capital would like to know what you think. Students are urged to parttapate. Cat 280-5971 until 4 p.m. tomorrow and leave a brief response to the following question. Do you support the idea of students wearing uniforms in public National debt clock still ticking By TODD SPANGLER Staff Writer and counting counting too fast to keep up growing at a clip of a second. More than million every two the digital numerals spinning in time at City Dock yesterday were an astronomical exercise in mathematics Its enormity makes it seem almost ridiculous During lunch hour it grew It's the national the catalyst of bal anced budget the sword of Damocles hanging over the heads of your children's futures And it was on display courtesy of The Concord Coalition and a 25-foot-long electro n ic billboard it's said Mary Johnson of Severna who stopped in the swelter- ing heat to take a look at the board A smaller display showed that as of about noon yesterday Mrs Johnson's as well as everyone owed to pay off the debt INSIDE ARUNDEL Gun charges filed in teen girl's suicido Dl Devils take 2-0 lead over favored Red Wings Cl KENT More commuters de- cide to leave driving to ATS. A10 WEST Waugh- Chapel Road will be widened A12 Ask a Vet Calendar Campus News Capital Camera Chef s Choice By Bob Gilbert The Capital At City The Concord Coalition's state Josh talks wrth Sevema Park residents Mary and Bud Johnson about the national debt. The coalition brought Its electronic debt clock to Annapolis yesterday. Classified Comics Crossword Death Notices Dog s World Editorials C5 AS 85 A6-7 B8 B13 D2 B6 DID 87 All A14 Entertainment Kent Island Lottery Movies Obituaries Police Beat Sports Television Tides weddings West County BIO A10 A4 810 A1S A15 A1C 85 A12 is just going to keep going up until we pass a balanced said Josh the coalition's Maryland D C coordinator He sat before the spinning figures yester explaining the board to anyone who was interested Annapolis is the second stop on the 1995 National Clock Debt it started a day earlier m Ocean City Over the next seven the clock heads going as far as Ixis Angeles before coming back The tour concludes Aug 4 in Baltimore The Concord the brainchild of former senators Paul Tsongas and Warren is a bipartisan group working to drum up members across the nation in the hopes of forcing Congress to pass a plan to balance the federal deficit by 2002 That deficit which is the difference Page Portions of The Capital are printed each day on recycled paper The newspaper also is recyclable Classified 268-7000 Circulation .268-4800 From Kent 327-1983 All other departments .268-5000
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