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Capital, The (Newspaper) - April 18, 1986, Annapolis, Maryland South Journal of its places. SSEPAQE17 HOWELL MICROFILMS P. 0. BOX 1558 Clo LAU Circulation -4 bOO News-Business- 268-5000 IE Capital Tomof row's foreoMtt Very For 7. VOL. Cl NO. 92 APRIL 25 GOOD DONTFORQCT THE NAVAL ACADEMY Band will present free concert it tonight in Mltscher Hall at the academy. AREA THE COUNTY ii preiiured to fund renovation of Severn Elementary School. PigeW. GETTING at S4. PtgtU JNTgRTAINMSNT MINIATURE PRINTS are on view la the St. John's Col- lige Art HIALTH A NEW SCREENING clinic In Annapolii ii free. Pige STATt A COURT approves payout 4. POLICtBtAT Campaigners for Lyndon Rouehe were charged Wednes- day with beating a man In Glfo 7. NATION SOVIET LEADER Mikhail 8. Gorbachev proposes reduc- tioDi in military forces and nuclear weapons in PULITZER PRIZE winners are announced. Piff 8PORT9 THE ORIOLES spUt a dou- Ptgi PtOPLt Chrysler Corp. Chairman LEE IACOCCA married Peggy Johnson at St Patrick's Catbe. dral yesterday. lacoccas left New York on a wedding the compa- ny said in a three-paragraph statement. Chrysler spokes- man John Ouiniven said he didn't know who attended the wedding and had no other tails. consider it a private matter and we feel Mr. lacoc- ca deserves nil Gui- ni van said. Chrysler said the Rev. Ed- win Broderiek officiated at the ceremony. Ms. is a New York advertising executive. The Chrysler chairman is 61. lacocca'i first died Aprfl IMS of compbca- boos from a lifelong boot with diabetes. For a look at other people In tbe newt see page 3. LOTTERY Numbers drawn Three-digit SS. Pick 4 tSM. INDEX 4 sections. 40 pages. Calendar...................14 Classified Ads...........KMft Crossword .................S2 .............I .........Ift-ll Innocent of manslaughter Man cleared in rabbi's death By JOANNA RAMEY Staff Writer A county Judge yesterday found a Davidsonville man innocent of the hit-and-run death of a popular An- napolis rabbi who was struck down last June in front of his Hilltop Lane synagogue. Although Thomas Bowles Jr. owned the van that killed Rabbi Morris there is no evi- dence that he was driving Circuit Court Judgt Bruce Williams I have a that Bowles was behind the wheel Stump money McMillen tops campaign foes By BOB MITCHELL Staff Writer Raiting between January Democratic COM that Judge Williams said. a bitter disappointment to see how the legal system said Gary the rabbi's youngest of two who is editor of Th9 Btltlmon Jiwiih Ttmu. felt the evidence was palling and clear to everyone in the courtroom who was responsible for my father's Bowles was cleared on 10 the most serious of which was auto- mobile The sett-employed who asked to be tried by a Judge instead of a pleaded innocent. His acquittal came after a day of testimony about how police linked Bowies' van to the accident and placed him in the vicinity where the 72.year.old rabbi was killed. But with no one to testify that was even driving his 1873 Chevrolet van around p.m. on June guilt could not be Judge Williams said. Rosenblatt was struck by a without its lights while walking to his home across from Kneseth Israel Congregation after Sabbath according to testimony. The rabbi was a leader of the congregation tor 40 years and a well- known figure in Annapolis. left me and bid me a good evening add proceeded on his way testified Joseph Waranch of Baltimore. wilt and I were talking about what a fine person he was while watching him cross the Within the rabbi was A doctor and who were in the rushed to help and with Waranch holding his tried to resuscitate the spiritual leader. When city police they found the rabbi's prayer hearing aide and toupee in the road. Several paint that would later be matched to Bowies' also were scattered on the pavement. Police were led to Bowles after a city woman that night took note of a van near her home in the Admiral Farragut located one block from the accident Jennie Barr testified that she Jot- ted down a tag number because the van seemed although she did not realise the possible connec- tion to the She did not lee the on Page Col. candidate Tom McMillan Has Jumped ahead of both primary foe John Pantelides and Republican Robert according to campaign finance reports released this The Federal Election Commission reports show a profession- al basketball player with the Wash- Ington raised ttl.Ml more than Neall and more than Pantelides between 1 and March 31. minority leader in the House of raised between Jan. l and March his report Two Pantelides committees raised during the same ac- cording to reports. The John 8. Pentelides for Con- gress committee raised while Cltisens for John 8. Pantelides raised the reports said. Pantelides and Neall are vying to succeed retiring U.S. Rep. Marjorie R-Anne Arundel. A finance report from Republican Robert M. Oerti of Fort Washington has been received by the Clerk of the U.S. House of Representatives but was not immediately a spokeswoman said. Reports from other Republican Heysette E. Leigh of Brooklyn Patrick Lucky Stev- ens of Edgewator and Marilyn Har- reQ of Fort had not been the spokeswoman said. Candidates may be fined up to if they fail to torn in ffoaiVW reports on a spokeswoman for the Federal Elections Commission said. Sixty-seven percent of McMillen'a individual contributors live in Mary- said Campaign Director Jerry Grant The campaign received 631 in coatrOwtioas from 28 political be said. Page CA PATROL WhHa walking her to St Mary'e School Cathy Clark dodged puddles on the Duke of Gloucester Street sidewalk. The week-long dreary weather le expected to way to sunny skies over the weekend. For the extended see pepe 7. Reagan weighs Libyans linked to new By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS WASHINGTON The Reagan admtastra- Uoa today was pondering a response to the terrorist elocution of two British hostages la Lebanon as Prime Minister Margaret Thatcher's government said ft bad good reason to believe the two in Libyan General Edwin MOON said tin States look at the btttodNtbe killings. I think we won't advance what we're going to he interviewed on CBS-TV's ing said President Reagan's resolve to be as as ever be sure that terrorists can't The fact is we have to take action against terrorism when we have the clear proof as to where the culprits In Foreign Secretary Sir Geof- frey Howe said without some we have had firm evidence of direct Libyan involvement in the kidnapping of Mr. Douglas and and we have good reason to believe they were in Libyan The bodies of Leigh Philip Pad- field and a third man wen found yesterday near Beirut A note with tat bodtes said the three had been slain in retaliation for Thatcher's decision to allow the U.S. bom- bers that attacked Libya to fly from British bases. Reagan yesterday called the slaying of the hostages demonstrating that is something that we have to deal with once and for all of us AU Libya's ambassador-designate to the United speaking this morn- ing oa NBC-TV'i dtaied that his country had played a role in the deaths of the Brltaini. had nothing to do with then.... We don't know who kidnapped them.... We have nobody in Lebanon I M Page Col. 2. Lack of life in Severn baffles experts By EFPIB COTTMAN SUIT Writer After thousands of testa on the Seven sdenttsU hare found few pollutants. And fewer Bah. It doesn't make experts said yesterday dwtng a sdeatifie ayaneataai en the Severn Mver. Bat It the eeed for a better iiaiaisUafllag of tbe fragile that's rtMfiltad by the state as a and by reddeats as a neretttesjal they said. Seven is at etigaaa ta termi of Irrlag said Lee leal director of tbe Tsatwater Ad. saturation of the stale water aaaftfty patt of tbe river doesn't seem to be too bad. tee produetiv- tty of the water is almost Zeni wai one of 70 people who gathered at tee Naval Academy to discus scientific research on tbe river coodected by more titan a docen groups. Sponsored by the county-appointed Severn River tbe sym- posium wai an attempt to gather and begin comparing date ea the river aad figure oat what tfea is aaisstttg. Maay paroetoaats agreed that the research did aot explain obviow detartortatiea of the river. A hearty poaaJaUoa of yellow yean tiecBajt Aquatic plants visible in aerial photographs in the early ISTOi had vanished by tbe time new pictures were taken last be said. Much of the Severn is deemed safe lor oyster and clan but there are so few shellfish that no- body said Richard Seilars. director of the Water Management Administration for the state health department ovaUty is good enough. There's teat nothing Seiars said. County health studies show water quality is usually sale aw twin- hot private servers oeeasaaa. aUy have ancevered levels of a think ft tells M we don't have much information on why the fish are declining and tbe vegetation is said commission member Carlo R. Brnnori of Hillsmere Shores. Zeni speculated that plants aad tiny creatures that provide toed for fish have been choked by sedtsaeau- tkia of the river. Steep beaks speed lateral rroetoe sad ehoreUae developaMBt donas more sofl tots tht others said. there wai some way to coatrei I thtak we'd he able to tan Aaothar proMeai nay be the dts- taaeanaee of ahafiew water ea Page Oai a water quality point off the river doesn't seem to be too bad. the productivity of the water is almost Lee Tktowfttr Admlnittratfon ;