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November 7, 2003
On November 6, 2003, GEORGE W. BEATY, of Joppa, MD; beloved husband of Virginia Mary Beaty (nee Smith); devoted father of Robert Lee Beaty and Donna Feliceangeli. Also survived by one grandchild Lauren Virginia Feliceangeli. Services will be held at the family owned McComas Funeral Home, P.A., Abingdon, MD, on Sunday, November 9, at 8 P.M. Friends may call at the Abingdon Funeral Home on Sunday from 2 to 4 and 6 to 8 P.M. Those who desire may contribute to the American Heart Association Maryland Affiliate, Inc., 415 N. Charles Street, P.O. Box 17025, Baltimore, MD 21203 or American Diabetes Association Maryland Affilite, Inc., 3120 Timanus Lane, Suite 106, Baltimore, MD 21244.
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By Tim Smith, The Baltimore Sun | January 29, 2014
Some voices are so unmistakable, so incredibly distinctive that they seem to burn into your memory, even your soul. You don't have to hear such a voice in person; a recording, however old and worn, will do the trick. That's how I fell under the spell of so many great singers from the past. Ponselle. Callas. Bjorling. And Paul Robeson, the subject of "The Tallest Tree in the Forest," a fascinating play written and performed by Daniel Beaty at Arena Stage in a sterling production directed by Moises Kaufman.  With Robeson, of course, you are dealing with much, much more than a deep, enveloping, bottomless tone and vividly communicative phrasing.
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NEWS
April 14, 1991
Harford Community College graphic designer Suzanne Beaty and associate professor of photography John Radcliffe received third-place honors at the National Council for Marketing and Public Relations' ParagonAwards.Their winning entry was the Phoenix Festival Theater 1990season poster, which was designed by Beaty and featured a photographby Radcliffe.The Paragon awards recognize excellence in media and publicationsfor the community, junior and technical colleges throughout the United States.
NEWS
By Frederick N. Rasmussen, The Baltimore Sun | October 28, 2010
Sarah E. Beaty, a homemaker who had worked with special-needs students, died Monday of pneumonia at York Hospital in York, Pa. She was 89. The 50-year Savage resident had lived in new Freedom, Pa., since 2005. Sarah Elizabeth Parks was born in Sykesville, where she spent her early years before moving with her family to Baltimore. She was a graduate of city public schools, and in 1941 married John Wesley Beaty, a businessman. He died in 1994. In 1955, the couple moved to Savage, where Mrs. Beaty worked for eight years as a cafeteria worker for Howard County public schools.
NEWS
By Anne Haddad and Anne Haddad,Staff writer | February 2, 1992
A man concerned the state will put the welfare of fish before peopleprovided the sole testimony at a public hearing Friday on the reclassification of a series of streams."
NEWS
February 12, 2003
On February 8, 2003; JUNE; wife of Aubery Phillips; mother of Janine Faulkner (John) and Amedi Phillips (GA); daughter of Maylena and James Harmon; sister of Iris Harmon (CO), Roslyn Beaty (TX), Edwina Lodre (TX) and James Harmon. Also, survived by two grandchildren and other relatives. Friends may call at PHILLIPS FUNERAL HOME, P.A., 1721-27 N. Monroe Street (Westwood Avenue) Wednesday 11 to 8 PM. Family will receive friends Thursday 11 to 11:30 AM with Services to follow at Community Baptist Church, 7344 Cedar Avenue, (Jessup, MD)
SPORTS
By Tom Higgins and Tom Higgins,Charlotte Observer | April 26, 1991
MARTINSVILLE, Va. -- Lost amid all the crashing and controversy at North Wilkesboro Speedway last Sunday was an interesting NASCAR Winston Cup Series record:In becoming the seventh winner in as many races this year, Darrell Waltrip helped improve the "varying victor" mark for the sport's modern era, which began in 1972. The 1984 and '86 tours had six-for-six starts in which different competitors got the checkered flag.And Waltrip's win tied the all-time record for disparate drivers visiting Victory Lane at the opening of a season.
NEWS
By Lowell E. Sunderland and Lowell E. Sunderland,SUN STAFF | October 7, 2001
Tim Beaty has memories of the first Columbia Metric Marathon ingrained in his brain. In 1977, Beaty had been into running a mere eight weeks, and the inaugural Metric was his first long event - 16-plus miles, starting in Columbia, winding through Ellicott City, and back. Early this morning, Columbian Beaty and 300 or more runners take part again in what has become a Howard County athletic tradition in the fall; today's race is the Metric Marathon's 25th anniversary. What began as the then-neophyte Howard County Striders' big race, sponsored initially by the old Stromberg Publications weekly newspaper chain based in Ellicott City, has become the county's oldest continuously held running event.
NEWS
By Tricia Bishop and Tricia Bishop,tricia.bishop@baltsun.com | February 21, 2009
It was April 10, 1967, and Jim Beaty was a jug-eared, skinny kid from Memphis, Tenn. - a bit of a screw-up, according to his dad. Yet there he was, 20 years old and improbably charged with saving lives as an operating-room technician aboard the USS Sanctuary, a revamped Navy hospital ship that had just sailed into Danang, Vietnam. Within hours of the ship's arrival, the first casualties were brought in. A Marine tank had struck a land mine, badly burning the men inside. Beaty still remembers the smell of charred flesh, the looks on the Marines' young faces.
NEWS
By Ellen Gamerman and Ellen Gamerman,SUN NATIONAL STAFF | February 2, 1999
WASHINGTON -- The pictures on the walls of the presidential suite at the Renaissance Mayflower Hotel tell the story of the capital -- archival renderings of the Capitol dome, yellowed maps of district streets and vintage photographs of Washington. But the discussions taking place there yesterday told a far less stately chapter in that history.Monica Lewinsky sat in that penthouse suite for about six hours starting at 9: 03 a.m., as House prosecutors sought new details stemming from her relationship with President Clinton.
NEWS
By Tricia Bishop and Tricia Bishop,tricia.bishop@baltsun.com | February 21, 2009
It was April 10, 1967, and Jim Beaty was a jug-eared, skinny kid from Memphis, Tenn. - a bit of a screw-up, according to his dad. Yet there he was, 20 years old and improbably charged with saving lives as an operating-room technician aboard the USS Sanctuary, a revamped Navy hospital ship that had just sailed into Danang, Vietnam. Within hours of the ship's arrival, the first casualties were brought in. A Marine tank had struck a land mine, badly burning the men inside. Beaty still remembers the smell of charred flesh, the looks on the Marines' young faces.
NEWS
November 7, 2003
On November 6, 2003, GEORGE W. BEATY, of Joppa, MD; beloved husband of Virginia Mary Beaty (nee Smith); devoted father of Robert Lee Beaty and Donna Feliceangeli. Also survived by one grandchild Lauren Virginia Feliceangeli. Services will be held at the family owned McComas Funeral Home, P.A., Abingdon, MD, on Sunday, November 9, at 8 P.M. Friends may call at the Abingdon Funeral Home on Sunday from 2 to 4 and 6 to 8 P.M. Those who desire may contribute to the American Heart Association Maryland Affiliate, Inc., 415 N. Charles Street, P.O. Box 17025, Baltimore, MD 21203 or American Diabetes Association Maryland Affilite, Inc., 3120 Timanus Lane, Suite 106, Baltimore, MD 21244.
NEWS
February 12, 2003
On February 8, 2003; JUNE; wife of Aubery Phillips; mother of Janine Faulkner (John) and Amedi Phillips (GA); daughter of Maylena and James Harmon; sister of Iris Harmon (CO), Roslyn Beaty (TX), Edwina Lodre (TX) and James Harmon. Also, survived by two grandchildren and other relatives. Friends may call at PHILLIPS FUNERAL HOME, P.A., 1721-27 N. Monroe Street (Westwood Avenue) Wednesday 11 to 8 PM. Family will receive friends Thursday 11 to 11:30 AM with Services to follow at Community Baptist Church, 7344 Cedar Avenue, (Jessup, MD)
NEWS
By Lowell E. Sunderland and Lowell E. Sunderland,SUN STAFF | October 7, 2001
Tim Beaty has memories of the first Columbia Metric Marathon ingrained in his brain. In 1977, Beaty had been into running a mere eight weeks, and the inaugural Metric was his first long event - 16-plus miles, starting in Columbia, winding through Ellicott City, and back. Early this morning, Columbian Beaty and 300 or more runners take part again in what has become a Howard County athletic tradition in the fall; today's race is the Metric Marathon's 25th anniversary. What began as the then-neophyte Howard County Striders' big race, sponsored initially by the old Stromberg Publications weekly newspaper chain based in Ellicott City, has become the county's oldest continuously held running event.
NEWS
By Ellen Gamerman and Ellen Gamerman,SUN NATIONAL STAFF | February 2, 1999
WASHINGTON -- The pictures on the walls of the presidential suite at the Renaissance Mayflower Hotel tell the story of the capital -- archival renderings of the Capitol dome, yellowed maps of district streets and vintage photographs of Washington. But the discussions taking place there yesterday told a far less stately chapter in that history.Monica Lewinsky sat in that penthouse suite for about six hours starting at 9: 03 a.m., as House prosecutors sought new details stemming from her relationship with President Clinton.
BUSINESS
By Mark Guidera and Mark Guidera,SUN STAFF | October 7, 1998
Maryland's once nascent bioscience industry has emerged as a fast-expanding force in the state's economic growth, employing more than 40,000 statewide at 200-plus companies and institutions and paying wages averaging almost $50,000 annually, a new report on the industry has found.The report also says that investment in Maryland companies has become significant in generating new wealth in the state. That includes $900 million in venture capital and other investments in privately held Maryland bioscience companies, and 15 biotechnology investors whose holdings in Maryland companies are each worth more than $1 million.
BUSINESS
By Mark Guidera and Mark Guidera,SUN STAFF | October 7, 1998
Maryland's once nascent bioscience industry has emerged as a fast-expanding force in the state's economic growth, employing more than 40,000 statewide at 200-plus companies and institutions and paying wages averaging almost $50,000 annually, a new report on the industry has found.The report also says that investment in Maryland companies has become significant in generating new wealth in the state. That includes $900 million in venture capital and other investments in privately held Maryland bioscience companies, and 15 biotechnology investors whose holdings in Maryland companies are each worth more than $1 million.
FEATURES
By Ronnell M. Maybank | August 27, 1995
Within the next week, please send old photos of people waving pennants to Way Back When, Sun Magazine, 501 N. Calvert St., Baltimore, Md. 21278. You must include caption information and your daytime phone number. Also, enclose a stamped, self-addressed envelope if you'd like your photo returned. If your photo is your only copy, please send a good-quality duplicate, not the original. No faxes or newspaper clippings, please.
FEATURES
By Ronnell M. Maybank | August 27, 1995
Within the next week, please send old photos of people waving pennants to Way Back When, Sun Magazine, 501 N. Calvert St., Baltimore, Md. 21278. You must include caption information and your daytime phone number. Also, enclose a stamped, self-addressed envelope if you'd like your photo returned. If your photo is your only copy, please send a good-quality duplicate, not the original. No faxes or newspaper clippings, please.
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