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December 11, 2007
On December 9, 2007, BEATRICE A. CANARY (nee Siford); beloved wife of the late Howard Canary; devoted mother of Donald W. Canary, Sr., Howard F. Canary and Beatrice Ann Henegar; loving daughter of the late Benjamin and Elizabeth Siford. Also survived by one brother, three sisters, five grandchildren, five great-grandchildren and many nieces and nephews. Interment at Gardens of Faith Cemetery on Wednesday, 10 a.m.
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May 20, 2014
Email sports copy to howardcountysports@patuxent.com by 9 a.m. Monday Volleyball The Columbia Volleyball Club (CVC) 12U Canaries won the gold medal at the MVSA 12's Invitational May 17. The Canaries placed first out of eight teams from across Maryland and Virginia. Losing only one match in competitive pool play, the Canaries went on to compete in the semifinals against Metro American Volleyball Club (MAVBC) North, of Virgina. The Canaries were victorious in two games, 25-22 and 25-20, which led to a spot in the finals against the Metro American Volleyball Club (MAVBC)
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By Alfred Lubrano and Alfred Lubrano,KNIGHT RIDDER/TRIBUNE | March 4, 2001
PHILADELPHIA - Callers across America constantly phone the small house in Palmyra, N.J., eager to buy the services of a killer. Stirred and impressed by the 120-pound exotic dog that tore out a woman's throat in San Francisco last month, some people desire a canine assassin of their own. So they ring up Doug Logan, a Baptist minister and breeder of the rare Presa Canario, and ask him for a puppy with a potential for mayhem - price no object. "I must tell you the truth in Christ," says Logan, a gentle 30-year-old with an honest love for the rare kind of dog. "My phone is ringing off the hook with crackpots calling, looking for a killer to use for evil purposes.
FEATURES
By Megan Isennock, Special to The Baltimore Sun | September 5, 2012
With six weeks until our wedding, Rob and I took a trip to Radcliffe's in Towson to pick out our bands. Below are a few tips. in my inexpert opinion.    Take your time . We were lucky to have a really lovely woman assist us at Radcliffe's, and we never felt pressured to make a snap decision. If you do feel that you're being rushed, ask for a new sales person, or go to another store. You have to look at this thing for the rest of your life (or marriage, ha) and you should be sure you're both happy with what you choose.
BUSINESS
By Robert Manor and Robert Manor,CHICAGO TRIBUNE | June 30, 2004
CHICAGO - Bank One Corp. agreed yesterday to a $90 million settlement of regulators' charges that it allowed a hedge fund, Canary Capital Partners LLC, to make improper trades in its mutual funds at the expense of other investors. In a settlement with the Securities and Exchange Commission and New York Attorney General Eliot Spitzer, Bank One agreed to pay $10 million in restitution and $40 million in civil penalties, and to reduce customer fees by $40 million over five years. The SEC also imposed a $100,000 penalty on Mark Beeson, the executive who ran the funds.
NEWS
By DAN BERGER | November 15, 1994
The Republicans believed in presidential government and the Democrats in congressional government. Now they're playing Canadian football and nobody knows the rules.The Glendening-Sauerbrey business is the longest count since the second Dempsey-Tunney fight in 1927.Newt Gingrich is a fat cat who swallowed a scrawny canary.
NEWS
October 17, 1995
A Harwood couple and a Lusby woman were assaulted by several men Sunday as they were leaving a tavern on Mayo Road, county police said yesterday.Tania Worner, 32, and Alex Calliestro, both of the 4000 block of Solomon's Island Road in Harwood and Teresa Kathleen Canary, 26, of the 11500 block of W. Tomahawk Drive in Lusby were leaving Lou's Woodland Restaurant shortly before 2 a.m. when they were attacked, police said.As they were about to get into Mr. Calliestro's car, three to five men attacked them, police said.
BUSINESS
By BLOOMBERG NEWS | September 12, 2003
Bank of America Corp. fired two New York executives accused by New York Attorney General Eliot Spitzer of allowing a hedge fund to engage in improper trading in the bank's mutual funds, people familiar with the situation said. Bank of America, the third-largest U.S. bank by assets, dismissed Charles Bryceland, 34, who ran its New York brokerage office for wealthy clients, and broker Theodore Sihpol, 35, who built a relationship with Canary Capital Partners LLC. Spitzer said they let Canary Capital engage in so-called market timing and after-hours trading in return for investing with the bank.
BUSINESS
By BLOOMBERG NEWS | May 7, 2004
NEW YORK - PEA Capital LLC, the New York firm that manages seven Pimco mutual funds, was sued by the Securities and Exchange Commission yesterday for allowing a hedge fund to make frequent trades that allegedly hurt returns of other investors. PEA Capital, a stock fund unit of Allianz Group that manages $12.5 billion in assets, let the Canary Capital Partners LLC hedge fund make $4 billion in so-called market timing trades, the SEC said in a 25-page complaint. The SEC also sued PEA Capital's former chief executive, Kenneth W. Corba, 51, and Stephen Treadway, 56, head of Pimco Advisors Distributors LLC, which sold the funds, and Pimco Advisors Fund Management LLC, PEA's parent.
FEATURES
By Fred Rasmussen | May 21, 1995
From The Sun May 21-27, 1845* May 25: A painful accident occurred on Saturday on the Baltimore and Ohio Railroad, near Harper's Ferry, to Mr. William Greggs, a breaksman on the road.From The Sun May 21-27, 1895* May 23: A fashionably dressed lady without a hat chasing a flying canary bird down South Broadway yesterday at noon caused considerable amusement to people on the street.From The Sun May 21-27, 1945* May 24: Dorothy Lamour is soon to become a mother. Her husband is Major William Ross Howard 3d of Baltimore, now stationed at the Army airbase at San Bernardino, Calif.
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By Jacques Kelly and Jacques Kelly,Sun reporter | April 26, 2008
Philip K. Morris, a retired commercial photographer who worked in space exploration in the 1960s, died of congestive heart failure Tuesday at College Manor in Lutherville. The former Rodgers Forge resident was 93. Born in Baltimore and raised in Hamilton, he attended St. Dominic's Parochial School. He dropped out of high school to help support his family during the Depression. He wanted an education and took evening vocational classes offered by city public schools in 1937. He joined his father and brothers at the Glenn L. Martin aircraft plant in Middle River.
NEWS
December 11, 2007
On December 9, 2007, BEATRICE A. CANARY (nee Siford); beloved wife of the late Howard Canary; devoted mother of Donald W. Canary, Sr., Howard F. Canary and Beatrice Ann Henegar; loving daughter of the late Benjamin and Elizabeth Siford. Also survived by one brother, three sisters, five grandchildren, five great-grandchildren and many nieces and nephews. Interment at Gardens of Faith Cemetery on Wednesday, 10 a.m.
NEWS
By NEW YORK TIMES NEWS SERVICE | December 9, 2005
MADRID -- The Spanish government announced yesterday that Ante Gotovina, a top war crimes suspect from Croatia, had been arrested in Spain's Canary Islands, clearing a major obstacle to Croatia's efforts to join the European Union. Spain's Interior Ministry said Gotovina, 50, was arrested Wednesday night at a restaurant in a luxury hotel in Tenerife. The Croatian government had been criticized by European Union officials as failing to cooperate sufficiently in the search for Gotovina, who is a revered figure in parts of Croatia.
BUSINESS
By Robert Manor and Robert Manor,CHICAGO TRIBUNE | June 30, 2004
CHICAGO - Bank One Corp. agreed yesterday to a $90 million settlement of regulators' charges that it allowed a hedge fund, Canary Capital Partners LLC, to make improper trades in its mutual funds at the expense of other investors. In a settlement with the Securities and Exchange Commission and New York Attorney General Eliot Spitzer, Bank One agreed to pay $10 million in restitution and $40 million in civil penalties, and to reduce customer fees by $40 million over five years. The SEC also imposed a $100,000 penalty on Mark Beeson, the executive who ran the funds.
BUSINESS
By BLOOMBERG NEWS | May 7, 2004
NEW YORK - PEA Capital LLC, the New York firm that manages seven Pimco mutual funds, was sued by the Securities and Exchange Commission yesterday for allowing a hedge fund to make frequent trades that allegedly hurt returns of other investors. PEA Capital, a stock fund unit of Allianz Group that manages $12.5 billion in assets, let the Canary Capital Partners LLC hedge fund make $4 billion in so-called market timing trades, the SEC said in a 25-page complaint. The SEC also sued PEA Capital's former chief executive, Kenneth W. Corba, 51, and Stephen Treadway, 56, head of Pimco Advisors Distributors LLC, which sold the funds, and Pimco Advisors Fund Management LLC, PEA's parent.
BUSINESS
By Paul Adams and Paul Adams,SUN STAFF | March 14, 2004
Slammed for months by late-trading and market timing scandals, embattled mutual fund representatives have been dragged before Senate panels and federal regulators as they try to defend industry practices that some say have cost investors billions of dollars. Now, executives at several companies will have to go before federal judges in Baltimore in what one securities attorney said could be the "Olympics" of civil litigation surrounding the $7.5 trillion industry. To the surprise of many in the legal community, a federal judicial panel decided Feb. 20 to transfer more than 170 lawsuits against six scandal-torn mutual fund companies to U.S. District Court in Baltimore.
BUSINESS
By Mark Skertic and Mark Skertic,CHICAGO TRIBUNE | November 28, 2003
CHICAGO - Bank One Corp. expects its mutual fund adviser will face "enforcement action" by regulators, the head of the bank's mutual fund group said. "As expected, we have been told to anticipate enforcement action against Bank One's mutual fund adviser," Dave Kundert, president of the company's One Group Mutual Funds, said Wednesday. The company's mutual fund adviser, money management firm Banc One Investment Advisors Inc., is listed as an "indirect subsidiary" of Bank One Corp. "However, we are optimistic that we can avoid regulatory litigation and reach an amicable resolution with the regulators over the next several months," Kundert said.
NEWS
By Robert Hilson Jr. and Robert Hilson Jr.,SUN STAFF | February 19, 1996
One minute, 45 seconds. Flat.That's how long it took Donnell Lay and Brian Canary to repair a pothole on Madison Street last week. If there is a science to filling a pothole in a pothole-ravaged city, city workers Mr. Lay and Mr. Canary have perfected a record-time procedure.And it's as simple as shovel, rake, tamp."We get them done pretty fast, and we get them done right and to last," said Mr. Lay, a burly man with calloused hands, blackened shoes, and eyes that can spot even the smallest of potholes from 30 yards away.
BUSINESS
By Mark Skertic and Mark Skertic,CHICAGO TRIBUNE | November 28, 2003
CHICAGO - Bank One Corp. expects its mutual fund adviser will face "enforcement action" by regulators, the head of the bank's mutual fund group said. "As expected, we have been told to anticipate enforcement action against Bank One's mutual fund adviser," Dave Kundert, president of the company's One Group Mutual Funds, said Wednesday. The company's mutual fund adviser, money management firm Banc One Investment Advisors Inc., is listed as an "indirect subsidiary" of Bank One Corp. "However, we are optimistic that we can avoid regulatory litigation and reach an amicable resolution with the regulators over the next several months," Kundert said.
BUSINESS
By EILEEN AMBROSE | October 12, 2003
FOR DECADES, small investors saving for college and retirement through mutual funds could take some comfort knowing that the fund industry had avoided the kind of scandals that periodically erupt on Wall Street. That's now changed. Last month, New York Attorney General Eliot Spitzer accused several fund companies of sacrificing the interests of long-term shareholders by allowing a hedge fund to make trades that either violated the law or the funds' own rules. Spitzer's investigation is continuing, and major fund companies, including Putnam Investments, Vanguard Group, Legg Mason and Fidelity Investments, said they have received subpoenas.
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