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By NEW YORK TIMES NEWS SERVICE | May 25, 1997
MINOT, N.D. -- Just before 3 o'clock Thursday morning, 1st Lt. Kelly Flinn turned to her two older brothers and announced in a tone more of resignation than of anger that she had changed her mind.For hours, Flinn, the country's first female B-52 pilot, had turned aside their arguments and those of her lawyer that she abandon hope of receiving an honorable discharge from the Air Force and accept the offer of a general discharge instead.She wanted to fight the charges of adultery, lying, fraternization and disobedience that had been lodged against her, and hoped to clear her name.
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April 11, 2006
On April 9, 2006, MAX KOTIK, beloved husband of the late Mary Kotik (nee Kam) beloved father of Yetta Bennett of Longwood, FL, and Greta Flinn of Stewartstown, PA, and the late Jack Kotik, devoted father-in-law of George Flinn and Jo Ann Kotik, loving grandfather of Tammy Bennett, Jason and Carla Kotik, Jami and Michael Orta-Vargas, Kevin and Maria Wood, loving great-grandfather of Julianna Orta-Vargas, Jacob and Zachary Kotik. Services at SOL LEVINSON & BROS INC., 8900 Reisterstown Rd, at Mt. Wilson Lane on Tuesday April 11 at 12 noon.
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NEWS
April 11, 2006
On April 9, 2006, MAX KOTIK, beloved husband of the late Mary Kotik (nee Kam) beloved father of Yetta Bennett of Longwood, FL, and Greta Flinn of Stewartstown, PA, and the late Jack Kotik, devoted father-in-law of George Flinn and Jo Ann Kotik, loving grandfather of Tammy Bennett, Jason and Carla Kotik, Jami and Michael Orta-Vargas, Kevin and Maria Wood, loving great-grandfather of Julianna Orta-Vargas, Jacob and Zachary Kotik. Services at SOL LEVINSON & BROS INC., 8900 Reisterstown Rd, at Mt. Wilson Lane on Tuesday April 11 at 12 noon.
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By Tanika White and By Tanika White,Sun Staff | July 10, 2005
When you think of European fashion, you tend to think audacious and avant-garde. Shockingly chic! But not all Euro-styles are cutting-edge. Consider, if you will, the espadrille. With its roped or jute sole and traditional canvas upper, there's nothing risque or fashion-forward about this Mediterranean summer shoe. In fact, the espadrille is decidedly casual. Downright comfortable. And no matter how fashion trends come and go, the espadrille survives as a classic choice for women who want something light to wear on their feet in the warm months of summer.
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By NEW YORK TIMES NEWS SERVICE | May 15, 1997
WASHINGTON -- Less than a week before the court-martial of the country's first female B-52 pilot on adultery and other charges, the secretary of the Air Force has told associates she would consider allowing the officer to resign with an honorable discharge, senior Air Force officials said yesterday.Reeling from the negative public reaction to the prosecution of 26-year-old 2nd Lt. Kelly Flinn, the Air Force secretary, Sheila E. Widnall, is struggling to find a way to avoid what she anticipates will be the further spectacle of a high-profile court-martial, the officials said.
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By Kelly Gilbert and Kelly Gilbert,Evening Sun Staff | August 1, 1991
A federal judge in Baltimore has acquitted a Virginia state police officer of four charges of mail fraud connected to an alleged scheme by two private investigators to supply clients with confidential information from an FBI crime computer.Judge Norman P. Ramsey, in U.S. District Court, ruled Tuesday that a prosecutor had presented insufficient evidence to convict Special Agent John B. Flinn, the Virginia trooper, of the criminal charges.Ramsey heard two days of prosecution testimony in a "judge trial," in which there was no jury.
NEWS
August 18, 2004
DOROTHY MAE CIESIELSKI (nee Flinn), 82, died on August 16. During her youth, the Baltimore native was an active member of the J.O.Y. (Jesus First, Others Second, Yourself Last) Club of the Union Square Methodist Church in Baltimore. She lived her life according to those principles and was a dedicated, wife, mother, grandmother, daughter, sister and friend. She was preceded in death by her husband, Edward Ciesielski and parents, Thomas and Edith Flinn. Mrs. Ciesielski was a loyal employee of the A&P Tea Company for 35 years.
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By Arthur Hirsch and Arthur Hirsch,Staff writer | August 5, 1991
You heard the one about the guy who checked into an Annapolis hotel room with a snake?Really.This guy checks in to the Loews Annapolis with some sort of snakein a Plexiglas box. They say fine, no problem. Show you to your room, sir?The hotel these days is working to solidify its reputation among pet owners and animal lovers. If Motel 6 says, " 'We'll leave the light on for ya'," Loews might say, "We'll leave the water bowl out for ya."Actually, they bring the water bowl in. If you check into the place with a dog, room service brings up a water bowl and biscuits on a silver tray.
NEWS
By Sara Engram | May 25, 1997
"I FELL IN LOVE with the wrong man,'' says Kelly Flinn. She'll get no argument there. Marc Zigo, the married civilian soccer coach who caught her eye at a remote North Dakota Air Force base, gave information to military authorities that contradicted her official statements to investigators about the affair.Not exactly a loyal lover. But that's hardly the point in this latest military sex scandal, in which the nation's first female B-52 pilot was granted a general discharge Thursday so that she would not have to face court-martial proceedings for adultery, fraternization with an enlisted man, disobeying a direct order and lying to investigators.
NEWS
By MICHAEL OLESKER | June 5, 1997
How about our American military? First in war, first in peace, and first to fit themselves for chastity belts. The latest is Maj. Gen. John E. Longhouser, 53, a West Point graduate who served two tours in Vietnam, who's been awarded the Distinguished Service Medal, the Legion of Merit, the Bronze Star, the Purple Heart and the Meritorious Service Medal, and who announced Monday that he would step down as commander of Aberdeen Proving Ground and retire from...
NEWS
August 18, 2004
DOROTHY MAE CIESIELSKI (nee Flinn), 82, died on August 16. During her youth, the Baltimore native was an active member of the J.O.Y. (Jesus First, Others Second, Yourself Last) Club of the Union Square Methodist Church in Baltimore. She lived her life according to those principles and was a dedicated, wife, mother, grandmother, daughter, sister and friend. She was preceded in death by her husband, Edward Ciesielski and parents, Thomas and Edith Flinn. Mrs. Ciesielski was a loyal employee of the A&P Tea Company for 35 years.
SPORTS
By Rich Scherr and Rich Scherr,SPECIAL TO THE SUN | March 1, 1998
Friends coach Randy Cooper can only laugh when recalling the early weeks of this season. With just one varsity-tested player on the Quakers' roster, he basically had to start from scratch."
NEWS
By MICHAEL OLESKER | June 5, 1997
How about our American military? First in war, first in peace, and first to fit themselves for chastity belts. The latest is Maj. Gen. John E. Longhouser, 53, a West Point graduate who served two tours in Vietnam, who's been awarded the Distinguished Service Medal, the Legion of Merit, the Bronze Star, the Purple Heart and the Meritorious Service Medal, and who announced Monday that he would step down as commander of Aberdeen Proving Ground and retire from...
NEWS
By NEW YORK TIMES NEWS SERVICE | May 25, 1997
MINOT, N.D. -- Just before 3 o'clock Thursday morning, 1st Lt. Kelly Flinn turned to her two older brothers and announced in a tone more of resignation than of anger that she had changed her mind.For hours, Flinn, the country's first female B-52 pilot, had turned aside their arguments and those of her lawyer that she abandon hope of receiving an honorable discharge from the Air Force and accept the offer of a general discharge instead.She wanted to fight the charges of adultery, lying, fraternization and disobedience that had been lodged against her, and hoped to clear her name.
NEWS
By Sara Engram | May 25, 1997
"I FELL IN LOVE with the wrong man,'' says Kelly Flinn. She'll get no argument there. Marc Zigo, the married civilian soccer coach who caught her eye at a remote North Dakota Air Force base, gave information to military authorities that contradicted her official statements to investigators about the affair.Not exactly a loyal lover. But that's hardly the point in this latest military sex scandal, in which the nation's first female B-52 pilot was granted a general discharge Thursday so that she would not have to face court-martial proceedings for adultery, fraternization with an enlisted man, disobeying a direct order and lying to investigators.
NEWS
May 24, 1997
IN THE latest military sex scandal, Lt. Kelly Flinn, an Air Force Academy graduate and the country's first female B-52 pilot, faced a court martial for adultery for an affair with a marriedcivilian, lying about the affair by denying it to an investigator, fraternizing with an enlisted man in another brief affair and disobeying a direct order. If convicted, she could have faced up to nine years in prison.To everyone's relief, Air Force Secretary Sheila E. Widnall ended the stand-off between Ms. Flinn and the Air Force by granting her a general discharge Thursday.
NEWS
By Tanika White and By Tanika White,Sun Staff | July 10, 2005
When you think of European fashion, you tend to think audacious and avant-garde. Shockingly chic! But not all Euro-styles are cutting-edge. Consider, if you will, the espadrille. With its roped or jute sole and traditional canvas upper, there's nothing risque or fashion-forward about this Mediterranean summer shoe. In fact, the espadrille is decidedly casual. Downright comfortable. And no matter how fashion trends come and go, the espadrille survives as a classic choice for women who want something light to wear on their feet in the warm months of summer.
SPORTS
By Rich Scherr and Rich Scherr,SPECIAL TO THE SUN | March 1, 1998
Friends coach Randy Cooper can only laugh when recalling the early weeks of this season. With just one varsity-tested player on the Quakers' roster, he basically had to start from scratch."
NEWS
By NEW YORK TIMES NEWS SERVICE | May 15, 1997
WASHINGTON -- Less than a week before the court-martial of the country's first female B-52 pilot on adultery and other charges, the secretary of the Air Force has told associates she would consider allowing the officer to resign with an honorable discharge, senior Air Force officials said yesterday.Reeling from the negative public reaction to the prosecution of 26-year-old 2nd Lt. Kelly Flinn, the Air Force secretary, Sheila E. Widnall, is struggling to find a way to avoid what she anticipates will be the further spectacle of a high-profile court-martial, the officials said.
NEWS
By Arthur Hirsch and Arthur Hirsch,Staff writer | August 5, 1991
You heard the one about the guy who checked into an Annapolis hotel room with a snake?Really.This guy checks in to the Loews Annapolis with some sort of snakein a Plexiglas box. They say fine, no problem. Show you to your room, sir?The hotel these days is working to solidify its reputation among pet owners and animal lovers. If Motel 6 says, " 'We'll leave the light on for ya'," Loews might say, "We'll leave the water bowl out for ya."Actually, they bring the water bowl in. If you check into the place with a dog, room service brings up a water bowl and biscuits on a silver tray.
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