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July 8, 2003
AMY MAY CALE, age 78, of Parkton, Maryland, died, Sunday, July 6, 2003; loving sister of William E. Cale and wife Joan of Ellicott, MD, Robert L. Cale and wife Jean and Donald Cale, both of Harrisburg, PA, Emerson D. Cale and wife, Barbara of Fairfax, VA, David Cale and wife Jane of Harrisburg, PA, Carrie Keim and husband Robert of Patten, Maine. Services and Burial will be private. The family requested donations to be made to the charity of one's choice. Arrangements are by the Witzke Funeral Homes, Inc., 5555 Twin Knolls Road, Columbia, MD 21045, 410-992-9090.
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By Samantha Iacia, For The Baltimore Sun | November 15, 2013
Date: Sept. 14 Her story: Brittany MacDonald, 25, grew up in Delta, Pa., in southern York County. She is a nurse at MedStar Franklin Square Medical Center in Rosedale. Her mother, Michele Mullins, lives in Delta and her father, Gary MacDonald, lives in South Carolina. His story: Cale McConnaughey, 28, grew up in Forest Hill. He is a carpenter for Baldwin Mill Cabinetry of Forest Hill. His parents, Cherie and John McConnaughey, live in Forest Hill. Their story: Brittany and Cale met in the summer of 2009 when Brittany was working in the customer service department of a grocery store located near the Maryland-Pennsylvania line.
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NEWS
By Alan J. Craver and Alan J. Craver,Sun Staff Writer | April 8, 1994
Leslie Jean Cale was down but she's not out.The candidate for Howard County Clerk of the Courts wants to dispel rumors she's pulling out of the race because of serious injuries she received when she was struck by a truck while trying to rescue an injured raccoon.Ms. Cale, of Ellicott City, was released from the Montebello Rehabilitation Hospital in Baltimore yesterday after a four-week recovery from injuries she received in the Feb. 24 accident.The 36-year-old Democrat also spent two weeks in the Maryland Shock Trauma Center in Baltimore, where she underwent about eight hours of surgery to repair fractures in her back and pelvis.
EXPLORE
October 2, 2013
Cale McConnaughy, 28, of Forest Hill, and Brittany MacDonald, 25, of Southern York County in Pennsylvania, were married Sept. 14 in Ocean City. They were winners of a Two Wheel Wedding contest sponsored by Fast Lane Biker Magazine Delmarva and received a full wedding package that included her wedding gown, wedding rings, photography, flowers, the bride's hair and make up, a three tier wedding cake and The Barefoot Bride wedding planners to coordinate...
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BY A SUN STAFF WRITER | May 19, 2002
Leslie Cale, a Howard County court reporter for nearly two decades, has filed as a candidate for clerk of Circuit Court. The post has been held by Republican Margaret D. Rappaport since 1990. Cale, 44, a Democrat who opposed Rappaport in each of the past two elections, said she could supply "fresh ideas" to the office. She also suffers from carpal tunnel syndrome and said that, although she can still type, she "needs to look in a different area" for the future. "I want the job and the only way to get the job is to run," said Cale, a court reporter for Howard County Circuit Judge James B. Dudley.
NEWS
By Alan J. Craver and Alan J. Craver,Staff Writer | December 28, 1993
An Ellicott City woman who works as a court reporter has announced her candidacy for Clerk of the Circuit Court in Howard County, promising a "user-friendly" office for the public.Leslie Jean Cale, a 36-year-old Democrat, is the first person to file candidacy papers with the county Board of Elections in the 1994 election for the clerk's office, a position now held by incumbent Margaret Rappaport.The clerk oversees about 30 employees in an office that processes civil filings and criminal cases, issues a variety of permits and licenses, manages deeds and land records, and conducts courthouse weddings.
NEWS
BY A SUN STAFF WRITER | September 16, 1998
In the race for clerk of Howard County Circuit Court, Democratic challenger Leslie J. Cale defeated Matthew D. Rybczynski in yesterday's primary to advance to the general election against GOP incumbent Margaret D. Rappaport.Rappaport's candidacy was unchallenged.With 82 of 88 precincts reporting, Cale, 40, who has worked as a court reporter for more than 20 years, received 73.5 percent of the vote to 26.4 percent for Rybczynski, 27. Rybczynski, who works for his father's title-search company, operates a video production company and is an actor, raised $5,200 in the campaign, most of it from his father's company.
NEWS
By Alan J. Craver and Alan J. Craver,Sun Staff Writer | February 26, 1994
A Democratic candidate for Howard County Clerk of the Courts was seriously injured when she was struck by a truck driven by a Republican county councilman as she was trying to help an injured raccoon lying on the road Thursday evening.The candidate, 36-year-old Leslie Jean Cale of the 12200 block of Carroll Mill Road in Ellicott City, was in serious but stable condition at the Maryland Shock Trauma Center in Baltimore yesterday.She was struck by a truck driven by Councilman Charles C. Feaga, 62, of the 11300 block of Frederick Road near Ellicott City, police said.
NEWS
By Alan J. Craver and Alan J. Craver,Sun Staff Writer | October 28, 1994
The Democratic candidate for clerk of Howard County Circuit Court contends that the Republican incumbent does not have the experience to manage the office, even after four years at the post.But Margaret Duly Rappaport charges that her challenger has no administrative or supervisory skills to oversee one of the busiest offices in the county courthouse.The experience issue is one of several dividing points between Mrs. Rappaport and Leslie Jean Cale of Ellicott City in the race for clerk.Mrs.
ENTERTAINMENT
By LaKaiia Williams | October 5, 2006
Eric Clapton Eric Clapton and the Robert Cray Band will be at the Verizon Center on Tuesday. The Grammy-award winning rock star recently released his first studio album in almost five years, collaborating with J.J. Cale. The show is 7:30 p.m. at the Verizon Center, 601 F St N.W., Washington. Tickets are $45-$125 and can be purchased at 410-547-SEAT or ticketmaster.com.
ENTERTAINMENT
By LaKaiia Williams | October 5, 2006
Eric Clapton Eric Clapton and the Robert Cray Band will be at the Verizon Center on Tuesday. The Grammy-award winning rock star recently released his first studio album in almost five years, collaborating with J.J. Cale. The show is 7:30 p.m. at the Verizon Center, 601 F St N.W., Washington. Tickets are $45-$125 and can be purchased at 410-547-SEAT or ticketmaster.com.
NEWS
By G. JEFFERSON PRICE III | February 28, 2006
Tomorrow begins National Women's History Month in America, a time to honor American women who have made a difference. This is about three astonishing women I encountered in the Holy Land. None of them will be listed in the American honors. The first was Ruth Cale, a Jewish woman who had emigrated to Palestine in the 1930s, escaping the impending Nazi occupation of her native Austria. Ms. Cale, who died in 1982, had been a reporter for The Palestine Post during the days of the British Mandate in Palestine.
FEATURES
By CHRIS KALTENBACH and CHRIS KALTENBACH,SUN MOVIE CRITIC | October 21, 2005
Heartstrings are pulled mercilessly in Dreamer, in ways one should expect from a movie about a young girl, a lame horse and a father who doesn't have time for either. Dakota Fanning, proving again why she is the hot young actress of the moment, is young Cale Crane, a girl who starts off the film desperately wanting to spend more time with her dad, Ben (Kurt Russell). Unfortunately, he's too busy training horses for rich jerks like Everett Palmer, who don't care a whit about their horses as long as they win races.
NEWS
July 8, 2003
AMY MAY CALE, age 78, of Parkton, Maryland, died, Sunday, July 6, 2003; loving sister of William E. Cale and wife Joan of Ellicott, MD, Robert L. Cale and wife Jean and Donald Cale, both of Harrisburg, PA, Emerson D. Cale and wife, Barbara of Fairfax, VA, David Cale and wife Jane of Harrisburg, PA, Carrie Keim and husband Robert of Patten, Maine. Services and Burial will be private. The family requested donations to be made to the charity of one's choice. Arrangements are by the Witzke Funeral Homes, Inc., 5555 Twin Knolls Road, Columbia, MD 21045, 410-992-9090.
SPORTS
February 24, 2003
Moves Baseball DIAMONDBACKS: Signed IF Junior Spivey to two-year contract. METS: Signed P Tyler Walker, P Jae Weong Soo and OF Raul Gonzalez to one-year contracts. REDS: Signed P Ricardo Aramboles, P Chris Booker, P Jerome Gamble, P Josh Hall, P Blake Williams, P Luke Hudson, IF Rainer Olmedo, IF Gookie Dawkins and OF Stephen Smitherman to one-year contracts. Hockey NHL: Suspended Predators D Cale Hulse one game for cross-check on Senators F Peter Schaefer on Saturday. Suspended Blue Jackets LW Jody Shelley two games for being aggressor in altercation with Sharks D Brad Stuart on Friday.
NEWS
BY A SUN STAFF WRITER | May 19, 2002
Leslie Cale, a Howard County court reporter for nearly two decades, has filed as a candidate for clerk of Circuit Court. The post has been held by Republican Margaret D. Rappaport since 1990. Cale, 44, a Democrat who opposed Rappaport in each of the past two elections, said she could supply "fresh ideas" to the office. She also suffers from carpal tunnel syndrome and said that, although she can still type, she "needs to look in a different area" for the future. "I want the job and the only way to get the job is to run," said Cale, a court reporter for Howard County Circuit Judge James B. Dudley.
FEATURES
By Chris Kaltenbach and Chris Kaltenbach,SUN STAFF | June 16, 2000
"Titan A.E." is like watching a 90-minute game of the video game Asteroids - all bang and no buck. This latest from animator Don Bluth follows in his tradition of films that look great but have little story and less heart. "Titan A.E.," which aspires to be the full-length cartoon that George Lucas has yet to make, features all manner of interstellar mayhem: rip-snorting shoot-em-ups, barroom brawls, exploding planets, you name it. Too bad all this isn't in the service of some sort of narrative.
SPORTS
February 24, 2003
Moves Baseball DIAMONDBACKS: Signed IF Junior Spivey to two-year contract. METS: Signed P Tyler Walker, P Jae Weong Soo and OF Raul Gonzalez to one-year contracts. REDS: Signed P Ricardo Aramboles, P Chris Booker, P Jerome Gamble, P Josh Hall, P Blake Williams, P Luke Hudson, IF Rainer Olmedo, IF Gookie Dawkins and OF Stephen Smitherman to one-year contracts. Hockey NHL: Suspended Predators D Cale Hulse one game for cross-check on Senators F Peter Schaefer on Saturday. Suspended Blue Jackets LW Jody Shelley two games for being aggressor in altercation with Sharks D Brad Stuart on Friday.
FEATURES
By Chris Kaltenbach and Chris Kaltenbach,SUN STAFF | June 16, 2000
"Titan A.E." is like watching a 90-minute game of the video game Asteroids - all bang and no buck. This latest from animator Don Bluth follows in his tradition of films that look great but have little story and less heart. "Titan A.E.," which aspires to be the full-length cartoon that George Lucas has yet to make, features all manner of interstellar mayhem: rip-snorting shoot-em-ups, barroom brawls, exploding planets, you name it. Too bad all this isn't in the service of some sort of narrative.
SPORTS
By Sandra McKee and Sandra McKee,SUN STAFF | September 26, 1999
They couldn't do it: Buck Baker, Lee Petty, Joe Weatherly, David Pearson, Richard Petty, Darrell Waltrip, Dale Earnhardt.Such famous Winston Cup drivers. All winners of back-to-back titles, Petty twice and Earnhardt three times. But over the sport's first 50 years only one, Cale Yarborough, has won three straight titles -- in 1976, 1977 and 1978.And judging by the way things are going this season for Jeff Gordon, the two-time defending champion, Yarborough isn't going to have company any time soon.
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