January 9, 1994
Christopher J. Rosendale Sr., former owner and editor of the Bay Times, a Stevensville weekly, died Monday of an apparent stroke at his farm in the Centreville area. He was 65 and had long been ill with arthritis.Mr. Rosendale, who had lived in Stevensville for many years, started the paper in 1963 and sold it in 1974.In 1972, he became the first newspaper editor or reporter to gain previously secret information, in this case on nonsupport cases, by suing under the state's Public Information Law, which had been enacted two years earlier.
September 13, 1992
* Marine Pvt. Jennifer L. Boley recently completed recruit training at Parris Island, S.C.* Army Spec. Greagory A. Millette has arrived at Vint Hill Farms Station, Warrenton, Va. for duty. Specialist Millette, an electronic warfare signal intelligence analyst, is a 1987 graduate of Broadneck High School.* Army National Guard Pvt. Gary A. Millette has completed the equipment records and parts specialist course at Fort Lee, Petersburg, Va.* Air National Guard Airman Kristen L. McCoy has graduated from the tactical aircraft maintenance specialist course at Sheppard Air Force Base, Wichita, Texas.
April 26, 1992
Marine 2nd Lt. Charles A. McLean, who graduated from St. Mary's HighSchool in 1987, recently reported for duty with the 3rd Assault Amphibious Battalion, 1st Marine Division, based at Camp Pendleton, Calif.He is a 1991 graduate of Virginia Military Institute in Lexington, Va., who joined the Marine Corps that same year.PRIVATES FINISH TRAININGArmy National Guard Pvt. Thomas D. Wilkinson and Regular Army Pvt. Michael C. Arrington, have completed basic training at Fort Jackson, S.C.Wilkinson is a 1988 graduate of Annapolis Senior High School.
February 16, 1992
Marine Pfc. Matthew J. Friedel, son of Larry J. and Elizabeth N. Friedel of Taneytown, recently completed infantry training. During the course at Marine Corps Base, Camp Lejeune, N.C., students receiveclassroom instruction and participate in field exercises involving infantry tactics, construction and camouflage positions, and the use of mines, demolitions and communications equipment. A 1991 graduate of Francis Scott Key High School, Friedel joined the Marine Corps in June 1991.
February 25, 1991
DHAHRAN, Saudi Arabia -- By the time the sun peeked through the rain clouds and the slate gray haze drifting from burning oil fields, six columns of tanks, armored vehicles and confident U.S. Marines had punched through the first line of deadly Iraqi defenses inside Kuwait.Within another hour, the American juggernaut had pushed farther and faster into the country they are trying to wrest away from heavily armed Iraqi occupiers.By 7:50 a.m. yesterday, the advancing leathernecks had gone 33 miles inside the border, undeterred by a deluge of rain and artillery shells.
December 23, 1990
EASTERN SAUDI ARABIA -- President Bush's two top military men told U.S. troops yesterday that they hope a peaceful solution to the Persian Gulf crisis is still possible, but they emphasized that Iraq must withdraw fully from Kuwait or there will be war.Secretary of Defense Dick Cheney and Gen. Colin L. Powell, chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff, here to assess the readiness of U.S. forces for possible war, traveled separately to front-line units where...