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June 12, 2004
On June 11, 2004, WILLIAM L. GABLE, JR.; beloved husband of Sadie Gable; brother of Eugene and Raymond Gable; son-in-law of Phern Strong. Also survived by many nieces and nephews. Services and interment private.
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By Mike Kettelberger, Capital News Service | April 6, 2014
Ashley Gable of Pasadena paints her artwork on an unusual canvas: the human body. "I think body painting is a very challenging medium," said Gable, 21, "because it takes the 2-D work that you would put onto a canvas, and it makes it come to life. " Gable, a lifelong resident of Anne Arundel County and a Chesapeake High School graduate, creates living, breathing works of art - painting pretty much anyone who is willing to sit still for a few hours to make them resemble a character, a creature or some type of abstract design.
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NEWS
May 28, 2003
On May 25, 2003, GEORGE Y., beloved husband of the late Margaret W. (nee Withers); devoted father of Roberta Reed and Donald Gable; loving grandfather of Amanda and Michael Gable. A Memorial Service will be held at St. James Evangelical Lutheran Church, 8 W. Overlea Ave., 21236, on Wednesday 2 P.M. In lieu of flowers, contributions may be made to St. James Lutheran Church or Glen Meadows Benevolent Fund, 11630 Glen Arm Rd, Glen Arm, MD 21057.
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By Marie Marciano Gullard, Special to The Baltimore Sun | August 15, 2012
In the beginning, the Pasadena home purchased by Matt and Jenny Knoepfle was not so much a dream as it was a challenge. "This was a 1940s shore cottage [back when] people were building randomly and then adding on to their houses," said Jenny Knoepfle of the home she and her husband bought on Cockey Creek, which is off the Magothy River. "When we bought this house, our third floor was not here; there were steps to a loft. We knew we were going to rebuild for a family. " Most of the rooms in the bilevel brick structure were crammed on one floor, including a corner kitchen, a dining area, a small living area and an even smaller master bedroom and bath.
NEWS
December 28, 2005
On December 26, 2006, ANN ELLEN (nee Harrison), beloved wife of the late Dale Gable; devoted mother of Sarah E. Hess. Martha Ann Piteo, Catherine R. Eyre and Raymond D. Gable; daughter of the late Clarence M. and Sarah E. Harrison; sister of the late William P. Harrison. Also survived by six grandchildren and two great-grandchildren. Funeral Services will be held at E.F. Lassahn Funeral Home, P.A., 11750 Belair Road (Kingsville) on Thursday at 10 A.M. Visiting Wednesday 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 P.M. Interment Dulaney Valley Memorial Gardens.
NEWS
January 6, 1992
Robert I. GableSalesman, veteranGraveside services for Robert I. Gable, a salesman for Bearings Inc. of Baltimore, will be at 2 p.m. todayat Mount Rose Cemetery in York, Pa.Mr. Gable, a resident of Dundalk for 10 years, died of lung cancer Thursday at the University of Maryland Medical Center. He was 62.Before arriving at Bearings four years ago, Mr. Gable worked as a salesman for the Baltimore-based Slaysmen Company for six years. He previously worked for companies in Charlotte, N.C., and Philadelphia.
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By Mary Gail Hare and Mary Gail Hare,SUN STAFF | January 7, 2003
A colleague of reputed cult leader Scott Caruthers entered a guilty plea yesterday to a charge of conspiring to murder one of the group's business associates. David S. Pearl, 48, who has been jailed since his arrest in October 2001, will continue to pursue a plea that he is not criminally responsible, according to his attorney. Carroll Circuit Judge Michael M. Galloway said yesterday that he would not sentence Pearl until receiving a psychiatric report from Springfield Hospital Center, where staff doctors examined Pearl a few weeks ago. Caruthers, an author and inventor who has been described as the space-alien leader of a Westminster-based cult, is awaiting trial on similar charges and is undergoing psychiatric evaluations to determine whether he would be held criminally responsible.
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By Meredith Cohn and Meredith Cohn,SUN STAFF | September 20, 2000
Carnegie International Corp. has agreed to pay $5.25 million in cash and warrants to settle shareholders' lawsuits filed after the company's earnings reports were questioned by government regulators. Carnegie, a telecommunications holding company based in Hunt Valley, will pay $2.25 million to the shareholders and offered $3 million in warrants for Carnegie stock that can be exercised at $3. Shareholders will also receive a 3 percent stake in the company's $2.1 billion lawsuit against its former accounting firm, Grant Thornton LLP. Carnegie filled its lawsuit in Baltimore City Circuit Court in May, accusing Grant Thornton of making errors that led the company to restate its earnings in 1998.
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By Tyrone Richardson and Tyrone Richardson,Sun reporter | February 14, 2007
A 10-year search for a Maryland fugitive ended in Arizona after a Howard County sheriff's investigator checking computer databases noticed that the man had recently obtained a driver's license there. Gilbert Blackman, 57, was arrested by Phoenix police Thursday, bringing to a close the longest-running fugitive search being conducted by the Howard County Sheriff's Office, Sgt. Charles Gable said yesterday. Blackman, formerly of the 6900 block of Knighthood Lane in Columbia, had been wanted in Maryland since 1996, when he disappeared after being charged with violating the terms of his probation.
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By Dan Fesperman and Dan Fesperman,SUN STAFF | October 7, 2001
For one shining evening in 1999, Marylander Scott Caruthers was the toast of Philadelphia. The occasion was a $500,000 party that Caruthers threw for himself, celebrating an exhibit of his computer-generated drawings of starships and space aliens. Three hundred guests glided among ice sculptures and spreads of lobster and caviar, while a dance band played late into the night. Caruthers arrived in a limousine with a woman on either arm - wife Dashielle Lashra on one side, live-in companion Dulsa Naedek on the other.
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By Frederick N. Rasmussen, The Baltimore Sun | July 3, 2012
William Richard "Billy" Goodman, a Baltimore insurance executive, died Saturday of kidney disease at his Pikesville home. He was 81. Mr. Goodman was born in Staunton, Va., and moved with his family to a home on Linden Avenue in Reservoir Hill. After graduating from City College in 1948, Mr. Goodman earned a bachelor's degree in 1952 from the University of Maryland, College Park. In 1957, he earned his law degree from the University of Baltimore. While attending law school, Mr. Goodman went to work as a public insurance adjuster at the Goodman-Gable-Gould Co., a family-owned business.
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By Frederick N. Rasmussen, The Baltimore Sun | July 25, 2010
Milton H. Gable, a retired plumber who had worked at the National Security Agency, died Tuesday of colon cancer at Northwest Hospital Center. He was 85 and a longtime Lansdowne resident. Mr. Gable was born on his family's Gable Avenue farm in Southwest Baltimore. After the death of his mother when he was 8 years old, he and a sister were placed in the General German Orphan Home in Catonsville. "His father, who had been born in 1865, was elderly and could only care for the older children," said his son, Charles M. Gable of Ellicott City.
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By CHRIS KALTENBACH and CHRIS KALTENBACH,chris.kaltenbach@baltsun.com | September 13, 2008
A posse full of soon-to-be-big-name movie stars comes out with guns a-blazing in John Sturges' 1960 The Magnificent Seven, airing at noon today on AMC. This tale of seven gunslingers (actually, six gun- and one knife-slinger) hired to protect a poor Mexican town from a band of nasty desperadoes is a classic for so many reasons: Elmer Bernstein's soaring score, Charles Lang's sparse cinematography, and a cast of then-unknowns, including Robert Vaughn, Charles Bronson and James Coburn (who plays Britt, the guy with the knife)
TRAVEL
By Diane Stoneback and Diane Stoneback,The (Allentown, Pa.) Morning Call | September 7, 2008
CHARLOTTETOWN, Prince Edward Island - I am not the hand-clappin', knee-slappin', foot-tappin' sort but unexpectedly found myself engaging in those behaviors on Prince Edward Island, a destination that sings to the heart and soothes the soul. The peaceful little island, smallest of all Canada's provinces, is just north of the much better-known and more accessible Nova Scotia and is linked to New Brunswick by the Confederation Bridge. Only 140 miles long and from 4 to 40 miles wide, the island, known as PEI, might seem like an easy destination to cover in a week's time.
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By Diane Stoneback and Diane Stoneback,The (Allentown, Pa.) Morning Call | August 10, 2008
Prince Edward Island, Canada, is having a 100th birthday party this year for a freckled redhead with pigtails who first appeared in 1908. She's Anne of author Lucy Maud Montgomery's beloved novel Anne of Green Gables. In honor of the book's 100th year, two signature events have been scheduled: the Aug. 17 Matthew & Marilla's Cuthbert Reunion in Summerside and the Nov. 30 celebration of the author's birthday. In addition, Lucy Maud Montgomery Festival Days, every weekday during August, will be observed at assorted venues with connections to the author and her book.
NEWS
By MARY JOHNSON and MARY JOHNSON,Special to The Sun | March 5, 2008
March roared in like a laughing lion at Bowie Playhouse with 2nd Star Productions' opening of Ken Ludwig's comedy Leading Ladies. I laughed so often and so loudly on Saturday that I nearly lost my critic's anonymity, along with my dignity. It was comic relief for everyone tired of grappling with tax forms and hearing political campaign rhetoric. Ludwig's 2004 show is in the farcical tradition of his earlier hits, Lend Me a Tenor and Moon Over Buffalo, filled with colorful characters, coincidences, mistaken identities, an improbable plot and familiar one-liners to provide easy laughs appropriate to its nostalgic 1958 small-town setting.
NEWS
June 19, 2004
On June 17, 2004 RENA B. SUGAR (nee Valinsky); beloved wife of the late Ralph Sugar; beloved mother of Anne (Cookie) Rosenberg and Allan Sugar both of Baltimore, MD.; devoted sister of the late Sylvia Leasure; loving grandmother of Eric Rosenberg and the late Stuart Rosenberg; loving great grandmother of Stephen Rosenberg. Services at SOL LEVINSON & BROS INC., 8900 Reisterstown Road, at Mt. Wilson Lane on Sunday, June 20 at 10 A.M. Interment Baltimore Hebrew Cemetery, Berrymans Ln. In lieu of flowers contributions may be directed to Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation, 200 E. Joppa Rd., #300 (21204)
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By GARRY WILLS | June 28, 1994
We do not know whether O.J. Simpson is guilty of murder. But we do know, now, that he is guilty of beating his wife brutally. So all those people shouting ''Go, Juice'' were, in effect, cheering on the sidelines for each blow delivered to Nicole's face.Why would they do that? Why not? Male violence has been excused, when not glorified, in our culture.For just one example, take the movie ''Gone With the Wind.'' That film has often been criticized for its patronizing attitude toward blacks.
NEWS
By Tyrone Richardson and Tyrone Richardson,Sun reporter | February 14, 2007
A 10-year search for a Maryland fugitive ended in Arizona after a Howard County sheriff's investigator checking computer databases noticed that the man had recently obtained a driver's license there. Gilbert Blackman, 57, was arrested by Phoenix police Thursday, bringing to a close the longest-running fugitive search being conducted by the Howard County Sheriff's Office, Sgt. Charles Gable said yesterday. Blackman, formerly of the 6900 block of Knighthood Lane in Columbia, had been wanted in Maryland since 1996, when he disappeared after being charged with violating the terms of his probation.
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