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September 10, 2009
On September 7, 2009, Phyllis Anita McCray. Friends may call at THE CHATMAN-HARRIS FUNERAL HOME EAST, 4210 Belair Road, Friday 1 to 8 P.M. The family will receive friends Saturday 10 A.M. at The Adonai Ministries, 1731 Carswell Street. Funeral services will begin 10:30 A.M. Interment Loudon Park Cemetery. Inquiries to 410-488-5947
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September 10, 2009
On September 7, 2009, Phyllis Anita McCray. Friends may call at THE CHATMAN-HARRIS FUNERAL HOME EAST, 4210 Belair Road, Friday 1 to 8 P.M. The family will receive friends Saturday 10 A.M. at The Adonai Ministries, 1731 Carswell Street. Funeral services will begin 10:30 A.M. Interment Loudon Park Cemetery. Inquiries to 410-488-5947
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By JACK W. GERMOND and JACK W. GERMOND,SPECIAL TO THE SUN | December 18, 2005
WASHINGTON -- To anyone here with a long memory, the Samuel Alito case recalls the saga of another federal judge, G. Harrold Carswell, nominated for the Supreme Court by President Richard M. Nixon 35 years ago. As Alito followed Harriet Miers, Carswell was picked as a replacement for an earlier choice found unacceptable by the Senate, Judge Clement Haynsworth of South Carolina. Like Alito, Carswell became a problem for the White House because of views he had expressed 20 years earlier.
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By JACK W. GERMOND and JACK W. GERMOND,SPECIAL TO THE SUN | December 18, 2005
WASHINGTON -- To anyone here with a long memory, the Samuel Alito case recalls the saga of another federal judge, G. Harrold Carswell, nominated for the Supreme Court by President Richard M. Nixon 35 years ago. As Alito followed Harriet Miers, Carswell was picked as a replacement for an earlier choice found unacceptable by the Senate, Judge Clement Haynsworth of South Carolina. Like Alito, Carswell became a problem for the White House because of views he had expressed 20 years earlier.
SPORTS
By Glenn P. Graham and Glenn P. Graham,SUN STAFF | May 11, 1997
When North Carroll softball coach Rich Harvey saw who his Panthers would face in the opening round of the Class 3A West region playoffs -- mighty Damascus -- he wasn't real excited.Now, it doesn't look all that bad after all.With contributions coming from everyone, the Panthers played their best ball yesterday afternoon to come away with a solid 5-1 win over Damascus in Hampstead.North Carroll (13-7) will next travel to Richard Montgomery at 4 tomorrow afternoon.The Panthers got some timely hitting, reliable pitching from Holly Carswell and flawless defense to get past Damascus, which finished the season at 16-3.
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August 1, 1992
G. Harrold Carswell, Nixon nomineeTALLAHASSEE, Fla. -- Former federal appeals court judge G. Harrold Carswell, who was nominated to the U.S. Supreme Court by President Nixon, then rejected by the Senate in a bitter political battle, died yesterday. Mr. Carswell, who was 72, died of lung cancer, said his son, Scott Carswell of Tallahassee.The former 5th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals judge died at Tallahassee Memorial Regional Medical Center, his son said. He had retired in the mid-1970s and lived in nearby Monticello.
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By Laurie Willis and Laurie Willis,SUN STAFF | January 14, 2003
First he was shot, in 2001. Then, 11 days ago, James Kenan had his throat slit - allegedly by the father of the man charged in the shooting. "We believe the possibility exists that the cutting from Friday night is related to a prior shooting," said Baltimore police Lt. John Bevilacqua. Kenan, 22. was released yesterday from Union Memorial Hospital. In the most recent attack, in the 2700 block of Harford Road, police arrested Dell Harrison, 39, of the 1700 block of Carswell St. He is charged with attempted first-degree murder, first-degree assault and concealing a deadly weapon and was held without bail yesterday.
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By Peter Hermann and Peter Hermann,SUN STAFF | November 7, 1997
A Carroll County man fatally shot Wednesday night in East Baltimore was identified yesterday as a 26-year-old Manchester resident, who police said was killed while searching for drugs.James Lance Brady of the 2500 block of Bachmans Valley Road was pronounced dead in a car in the 1600 block of Carswell St. about 11: 20 p.m. Police said he had been shot once in the right arm. The bullet lodged in his armpit.Agent Ragina L. Cooper, a city police spokeswoman, said Brady and an unidentified friend were driving around East North Avenue and Harford Road looking to buy drugs.
NEWS
By Russell Baker | February 23, 1993
EVERYBODY talks about diversity, but what do we know about it except that it's good?That's why President Clinton wants a government made up of people as diverse as America. A government as diverse as all America would be good: so runs the season's wisdom.Yet how many know that one of the early advocates of diversity in government was mocked and ridiculed, especially by progressive people, for speaking out in favor of this principle now so widely admired, especially by progressive people?I refer to Sen. Roman L. Hruska, a Nebraska Republican during the Nixon administration.
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By Lane Harvey Brown and Lane Harvey Brown,SUN STAFF | July 7, 2003
Agnes Glowa, who owned a community grocery store with her husband near Clifton Park for many years, then went on to travel the world, died Thursday after suffering a heart attack at her home in Towson. She was 91. Born Agnes Petrovich in Centralia, Pa., she went to work as a teen-ager in a silk mill in Kulpmont, Pa., where she met her future husband, John Glowa. The two married in 1930 and moved to Baltimore a short time later after the mill closed. They went to work briefly in her aunt and uncle's grocery store in South Baltimore before opening their shop, Glowa's Grocery and Meat Store, on Carswell Street in Northeast Baltimore in 1931.
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By JOHN-JOHN WILLIAMS IV and JOHN-JOHN WILLIAMS IV,SUN REPORTER | December 5, 2005
Leah Cronin repeatedly hacked at a partially destroyed foyer wall with a crowbar, causing plaster and wood to crash to the floor. With a swift yank of the tool, she was able to leverage enough power to separate a wooden panel from the wall, exposing the skeletal structure of the home. Cronin and a team of 30 fellow volunteers spent yesterday ripping out fixtures, removing ceilings, exposing walls and sweeping out debris from an old three-story Waverly house they hope to transform into a youth center.
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By Lane Harvey Brown and Lane Harvey Brown,SUN STAFF | July 7, 2003
Agnes Glowa, who owned a community grocery store with her husband near Clifton Park for many years, then went on to travel the world, died Thursday after suffering a heart attack at her home in Towson. She was 91. Born Agnes Petrovich in Centralia, Pa., she went to work as a teen-ager in a silk mill in Kulpmont, Pa., where she met her future husband, John Glowa. The two married in 1930 and moved to Baltimore a short time later after the mill closed. They went to work briefly in her aunt and uncle's grocery store in South Baltimore before opening their shop, Glowa's Grocery and Meat Store, on Carswell Street in Northeast Baltimore in 1931.
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By Laurie Willis and Laurie Willis,SUN STAFF | January 14, 2003
First he was shot, in 2001. Then, 11 days ago, James Kenan had his throat slit - allegedly by the father of the man charged in the shooting. "We believe the possibility exists that the cutting from Friday night is related to a prior shooting," said Baltimore police Lt. John Bevilacqua. Kenan, 22. was released yesterday from Union Memorial Hospital. In the most recent attack, in the 2700 block of Harford Road, police arrested Dell Harrison, 39, of the 1700 block of Carswell St. He is charged with attempted first-degree murder, first-degree assault and concealing a deadly weapon and was held without bail yesterday.
NEWS
By Peter Hermann and Peter Hermann,SUN STAFF | November 7, 1997
A Carroll County man fatally shot Wednesday night in East Baltimore was identified yesterday as a 26-year-old Manchester resident, who police said was killed while searching for drugs.James Lance Brady of the 2500 block of Bachmans Valley Road was pronounced dead in a car in the 1600 block of Carswell St. about 11: 20 p.m. Police said he had been shot once in the right arm. The bullet lodged in his armpit.Agent Ragina L. Cooper, a city police spokeswoman, said Brady and an unidentified friend were driving around East North Avenue and Harford Road looking to buy drugs.
SPORTS
By Glenn P. Graham and Glenn P. Graham,SUN STAFF | May 17, 1997
FREDERICK -- The start to and finish of yesterday's game at Thomas Johnson typified how well the North Carroll Panthers have played this postseason.Junior Jen Geiman led off the game with a homer and ended it as part of a pretty 6-4-3 double play.In between, senior pitcher Holly Carswell was once again reliable, the defense was once again solid, and the timely hitting came in a three-run third inning.The result was a 5-2 Panther win over their Central Maryland Conference rival and the Class 3A West region championship.
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By Glenn P. Graham and Glenn P. Graham,SUN STAFF | May 15, 1997
Aside from a meaningless, last-inning run by Damascus last Saturday, the North Carroll Panthers have been flawless in reaching the Class 3A West region final.In yesterday's semifinal against Carroll County rival Liberty, the No. 15 Panthers pounded out 10 hits, got a three-hit shutout from senior pitcher Holly Carswell, and continued their sparkling play defensively to come away with a 6-0 win in Hampstead.The Panthers (15-7) will travel to Frederick tomorrow afternoon to take on Central Maryland Conference foe Thomas Johnson -- 17-1 winner over Churchill yesterday -- for the region championship.
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By JOHN-JOHN WILLIAMS IV and JOHN-JOHN WILLIAMS IV,SUN REPORTER | December 5, 2005
Leah Cronin repeatedly hacked at a partially destroyed foyer wall with a crowbar, causing plaster and wood to crash to the floor. With a swift yank of the tool, she was able to leverage enough power to separate a wooden panel from the wall, exposing the skeletal structure of the home. Cronin and a team of 30 fellow volunteers spent yesterday ripping out fixtures, removing ceilings, exposing walls and sweeping out debris from an old three-story Waverly house they hope to transform into a youth center.
NEWS
By Robert Hilson Jr. and Robert Hilson Jr.,Sun Staff Writer | June 15, 1995
The city's oldest museum devoted to African-American arts and culture stands staid, stoic and mostly ignored in two adjoining East Baltimore rowhouses.Each day, thousands of pedestrians and motorists come within a brush stroke of the museum on Carswell Street near Clifton Park, where more than 600 works by regional black artists are displayed. But few enter the museum, which is called "Baltimore's Only Black American Museum."Berkeley Thompson, a writer who founded the museum in 1968 and is its curator, said that although the museum struggles to stay open, it remains an important institution for the city's black community.
SPORTS
By Glenn P. Graham and Glenn P. Graham,SUN STAFF | May 11, 1997
When North Carroll softball coach Rich Harvey saw who his Panthers would face in the opening round of the Class 3A West region playoffs -- mighty Damascus -- he wasn't real excited.Now, it doesn't look all that bad after all.With contributions coming from everyone, the Panthers played their best ball yesterday afternoon to come away with a solid 5-1 win over Damascus in Hampstead.North Carroll (13-7) will next travel to Richard Montgomery at 4 tomorrow afternoon.The Panthers got some timely hitting, reliable pitching from Holly Carswell and flawless defense to get past Damascus, which finished the season at 16-3.
NEWS
By Robert Hilson Jr. and Robert Hilson Jr.,Sun Staff Writer | June 15, 1995
The city's oldest museum devoted to African-American arts and culture stands staid, stoic and mostly ignored in two adjoining East Baltimore rowhouses.Each day, thousands of pedestrians and motorists come within a brush stroke of the museum on Carswell Street near Clifton Park, where more than 600 works by regional black artists are displayed. But few enter the museum, which is called "Baltimore's Only Black American Museum."Berkeley Thompson, a writer who founded the museum in 1968 and is its curator, said that although the museum struggles to stay open, it remains an important institution for the city's black community.
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