In Baltimore CityMan's death 37 years after shooting is...

City/County Digest

November 18, 1999|By From staff reports

In Baltimore City

Man's death 37 years after shooting is ruled homicide

The death Nov. 3 of a Southwest Baltimore man who was shot 37 years ago has been ruled a homicide by the state medical examiner's office because the victim never fully recovered, police said yesterday.

Claude Garrison, 52, of the 800 block of Lemmon St. was shot in the torso during a robbery at a grocery store in the 600 block of N. Fremont Ave. on July 7, 1962, police said. The shooting left Garrison unable to care for himself. He died at Maryland Shock Trauma Center of complications from the wound.

Police said they have no suspect.

Gospel concert to benefit Bea Gaddy Family Center

Remnant, a gospel music group, and Miracle Temple Seventh Day Adventist Church on South Fulton Avenue are sponsoring the First Annual Gospel Explosion to benefit the Bea Gaddy Family Center Inc. The concert will be held at 7 p.m. Saturday at Livingword Christian Center, 4221 Primrose Ave.

Also performing will be the gospel music groups New Praise, R. J. Washington & Perfected Praise, N-Full Effect, Second Advent, Excellent Praise, Unlimited Praise and the Tribe of Judah.

Admission is $5 at the door, or free with the donation of two items of nonperishable food. Tickets may be purchased in advance at several locations. Information: 410-258-1161.

St. David's Church to hold Christmas Bazaar

Saturday St. David's Church, 4700 Roland Ave., will hold its annual Christmas Bazaar from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Saturday.

The bazaar will feature children's activities, including face painting, games, a "make and take" table and photographs with Santa Claus. Items for sale will include CDs, records and sheet music, wreaths, ivy topiary and boxwood trees and gourmet items for sale.

Sponsored by The Women of Saint David's Church, proceeds are used for local outreach and church projects. Information: 410-467-0476.

In Baltimore County

Snake-breeding business ruled OK in neighborhood

TOWSON -- A county judge has ruled that neighbors of a Glen Arm snake-breeding business have no legal grounds to force it out of the agricultural zone where owner Peter Kahl built it in 1997.

Circuit Judge John G. Turnbull II said Tuesday the business is no different from other types of farming. Lawyers for neighbors opposed to the snake operation had argued that it should be moved to a business zone.

"This was a well-tried and hard-fought case -- three times," said Michael Moran, a lawyer for Kahl. J. Carroll Holzer, an attorney for Kahl's neighbors, said he would appeal the decision to the Court of Special Appeals.

Organ society to sponsor concert of 1940s music

CATONSVILLE -- Free State Theatre Organ Society Inc. will sponsor a free concert of 1940s music featuring R. Warren Glock at 3 p.m. Sunday at Spring Grove Hospital Center's Rice Auditorium.

Information: 410-592-9322.

Woman near park has right to keep neighbors off land

OELLA -- A county Circuit Court judge has ruled that an Oella woman does not have to allow her neighbors to cross her land to enter Patapsco State Park.

Judge J. William Hinkel said last week that Barbara Goldsmith Jensen of the 700 block of Race Road purchased not only the lot but also the easement across the property when she bought her home in 1997. The decision means Oella residents no longer will have direct access to the park.

Many residents said they purchased their homes there because of their the proximity to the park. The president of the Oella Homeowners Association said yesterday the group has not decided whether to appeal the ruling.

MIE Properties honored for boosting economy

WOODLAWN -- MIE Properties Inc. received the 1999 Baltimore County Executive's Award for Economic Development Impact on Tuesday for its contributions to the region's economy.

The development company's business parks, including Windsor Corporate Park in Woodlawn and Loveton Center in Sparks, house more than 500 employees and encompass 3 million square feet of office and commercial space. Chief Executive Officer Edward St. John accepted the award at a ceremony at Martin's West.

The Stuart M. Macht Award for Community Leadership went to P. Douglas Dollenberg, president and chief executive officer of Nottingham Properties.

Baltimore Sun Articles
|
|
|
Please note the green-lined linked article text has been applied commercially without any involvement from our newsroom editors, reporters or any other editorial staff.