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April 26, 2008
On Thursday, April 24, 2008 EUGENE GATLING; beloved husband of Floria; son of Gertrude Price. Viewing on Sunday, April 27, 2008 at VAUGHN C. GREENE FUNERAL SERVICES, P.A., 8728 Liberty Road, 3 p.m. until 7 p.m. Family will receive friends on Monday, April 28, at 10:30 a.m. Mt. Lebanon Baptist Church, 2812 Reisterstown Rd. Funeral Services following at 11 a.m.
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April 26, 2008
On Thursday, April 24, 2008 EUGENE GATLING; beloved husband of Floria; son of Gertrude Price. Viewing on Sunday, April 27, 2008 at VAUGHN C. GREENE FUNERAL SERVICES, P.A., 8728 Liberty Road, 3 p.m. until 7 p.m. Family will receive friends on Monday, April 28, at 10:30 a.m. Mt. Lebanon Baptist Church, 2812 Reisterstown Rd. Funeral Services following at 11 a.m.
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By Frederick N. Rasmussen and Frederick N. Rasmussen,SUN STAFF | January 3, 2002
Kemp Carroll Gatling, a former Baltimore hotelman who during his long career managed such well-known hostelries as the Emerson, the Lord Baltimore and the Stafford, died Saturday of a stroke at Greater Baltimore Medical Center. He was 89 and lived in Rodgers Forge. During his 46-year career in the hotel business, Mr. Gatling combined genuine Southern hospitality with an unflappable disposition and willingness to please guests, whether the prominent or just ordinary travelers. "He was a small man and well-tailored.
NEWS
By Tanika White and Tanika White,SUN STAFF | May 8, 2004
In a hot and dusty Iraqi town this year, Sgt. 1st Class Frederick Gatling, a newlywed, would often find himself in the middle of nowhere, eagerly awaiting a package from an unlikely source: Mary E. Rodman Elementary School in West Baltimore. Usually, the packet contained handwritten letters, scrawled in earnest by caring, curious fourth- and fifth-graders in Kevin Forman and Dorothy McManus' classrooms. One happy day, the package was filled with chocolate chip cookies and cherry Kool-Aid.
FEATURES
By Fred Rasmussen and Fred Rasmussen,SUN STAFF | December 14, 1997
As the great Baltimore hotel debate continues, Kemp C. Gatling, 85, of Rodgers Forge, thinks back to the glory days when he managed the Hotel Emerson, whose lobby always seemed to be filled with celebrities, politicians and sports teams.Gatling, who began his hotel career in 1927 as an "elevator boy" at the Monticello Hotel in Norfolk, Va., recently recalled one of his first celebrity assignments there handling the luggage of Harry K. Thaw, the Pittsburgh millionaire who created a turn-of-the-century sensation when he murdered society architect Stanford White.
NEWS
By Tanika White and Tanika White,SUN STAFF | May 8, 2004
In a hot and dusty Iraqi town this year, Sgt. 1st Class Frederick Gatling, a newlywed, would often find himself in the middle of nowhere, eagerly awaiting a package from an unlikely source: Mary E. Rodman Elementary School in West Baltimore. Usually, the packet contained handwritten letters, scrawled in earnest by caring, curious fourth- and fifth-graders in Kevin Forman and Dorothy McManus' classrooms. One happy day, the package was filled with chocolate chip cookies and cherry Kool-Aid.
SPORTS
March 4, 1996
Heat: Chris Gatling missed his second straight game with a sprained right ankle suffered Wednesday.Hornets: Darrin Hancock sat out his second consecutive game with the flu.Mavericks: Forward Popeye Jones missed his fifth consecutive game yesterday because of tendinitis in his right knee. . . . Dallas tried a club record 15 three-point shots in the first quarter yesterday.Timberwolves: Sam Mitchell, who missed Friday night's game against Charlotte to be with his ill father, returned for yesterday's game against Miami.
SPORTS
January 25, 1998
BaseballMets: Signed P Efrain Valdez to minor-league contract.BasketballNets: Activated F Chris Gatling. Released F Xavier McDaniel.Raptors: Placed G Chris Garner (tendinitis in right ankle) on injured list. Activated F Walt Williams (Maryland).HockeyNHL: Suspended Sharks F Tony Granato for high-stick on Oilers D Dan McGillis on Friday; length of suspension will be decided after hearing tomorrow.Mighty Ducks: Reassigned D Pavel Trnka to AHL Cincinnati.Canadiens: Recalled F Terry Ryan from AHL Fredericton.
SPORTS
By Lem Satterfield and Lem Satterfield,SUN STAFF | March 12, 2000
COLLEGE PARK -- Sophomore guard Gary Neal lobbed his right-handed, driving layup over Gwynn Park's 6-foot-9 Sharrod Ford with 5.5 seconds left to lift seventh-ranked Aberdeen to a 50-48 Class 2A state championship victory last night. A three-point attempt by the Yellow Jackets' Seth Mitchell banked away at the buzzer, sending Aberdeen's bench into a wild celebration at the University of Maryland's Cole Field House. The 6-2, 130-pound Neal's improbable finish against Ford -- who had blocked five shots to that point to go with his 21 points and 15 rebounds -- earned the Eagles (26-1)
NEWS
By Nelson Schwartz and Nelson Schwartz,Contributing Writer | August 14, 1993
WASHINGTON -- When Brooklyn Assistant District Attorney Patricia L. Gatling walks into a courtroom, the first question out of the judge's mouth occasionally isn't about the case she will plead or the sentence she will seek."
ENTERTAINMENT
By James A. Fussell and James A. Fussell,KNIGHT RIDDER/TRIBUNE | March 6, 2003
Electronic ecstasy or digital depravity? By all accounts, Grand Theft Auto: Vice City by Rockstar Games - one of the best-selling video games in the world - is a bit of both. As its sales continue to skyrocket, so might the controversy surrounding it. On the one hand, fans will tell you, the game is brilliant - a lush and wild adrenaline-fueled, shoot-'em-up role-playing game that is surely one of the most ambitious pieces of interactive entertainment ever made. You can go anywhere, do anything, drive dozens of cars, motorcycles, buses and speedboats, fly planes or deliver pizzas, all while listening to humorous DJ banter and classic '80s music.
NEWS
By Frederick N. Rasmussen and Frederick N. Rasmussen,SUN STAFF | January 3, 2002
Kemp Carroll Gatling, a former Baltimore hotelman who during his long career managed such well-known hostelries as the Emerson, the Lord Baltimore and the Stafford, died Saturday of a stroke at Greater Baltimore Medical Center. He was 89 and lived in Rodgers Forge. During his 46-year career in the hotel business, Mr. Gatling combined genuine Southern hospitality with an unflappable disposition and willingness to please guests, whether the prominent or just ordinary travelers. "He was a small man and well-tailored.
SPORTS
By Lem Satterfield and Lem Satterfield,SUN STAFF | March 12, 2000
COLLEGE PARK -- Sophomore guard Gary Neal lobbed his right-handed, driving layup over Gwynn Park's 6-foot-9 Sharrod Ford with 5.5 seconds left to lift seventh-ranked Aberdeen to a 50-48 Class 2A state championship victory last night. A three-point attempt by the Yellow Jackets' Seth Mitchell banked away at the buzzer, sending Aberdeen's bench into a wild celebration at the University of Maryland's Cole Field House. The 6-2, 130-pound Neal's improbable finish against Ford -- who had blocked five shots to that point to go with his 21 points and 15 rebounds -- earned the Eagles (26-1)
SPORTS
January 25, 1998
BaseballMets: Signed P Efrain Valdez to minor-league contract.BasketballNets: Activated F Chris Gatling. Released F Xavier McDaniel.Raptors: Placed G Chris Garner (tendinitis in right ankle) on injured list. Activated F Walt Williams (Maryland).HockeyNHL: Suspended Sharks F Tony Granato for high-stick on Oilers D Dan McGillis on Friday; length of suspension will be decided after hearing tomorrow.Mighty Ducks: Reassigned D Pavel Trnka to AHL Cincinnati.Canadiens: Recalled F Terry Ryan from AHL Fredericton.
FEATURES
By Fred Rasmussen and Fred Rasmussen,SUN STAFF | December 14, 1997
As the great Baltimore hotel debate continues, Kemp C. Gatling, 85, of Rodgers Forge, thinks back to the glory days when he managed the Hotel Emerson, whose lobby always seemed to be filled with celebrities, politicians and sports teams.Gatling, who began his hotel career in 1927 as an "elevator boy" at the Monticello Hotel in Norfolk, Va., recently recalled one of his first celebrity assignments there handling the luggage of Harry K. Thaw, the Pittsburgh millionaire who created a turn-of-the-century sensation when he murdered society architect Stanford White.
SPORTS
By Jerry Bembry and Jerry Bembry,SUN STAFF | January 31, 1997
When the reserves for the NBA All-Star Game were announced this week, there was a clear message sent by coaches to players: Having an impact on winning carries more weight than individual statistics.Thus, Chris Webber, Reggie Miller, Anthony Mason, Glenn Robinson, Mark Jackson, Kevin Garnett, Jayson Williams and Chris Gatling -- all of whom have played at an all-star level -- will not be in Cleveland for the Feb. 9 game. With the exception of Mason, all six players are on teams that were at or below .500 on Monday when the coaches voted.
FEATURES
By Fred Rasmussen | July 10, 1994
From The Sun July 10-16, 1844July 12: Hard Run for Husbands -- The girls in some parts of Pennsylvania are so hard up for husbands that they sometimes take up with lawyers and printers.July 16: On Sunday a certain John Marshall was arrested for being engaged in whipping his wife.From The Sun July 10-16, 1894July 10: Cape May, N.J. -- Cardinal Gibbons and his privatesecretary arrived in this city from Baltimore today and will remain for several weeks as the guest of Mr. J. Cockright Thomas at his cottage.
NEWS
By Robert A. Erlandson and Robert A. Erlandson,Sun Staff Writer | September 15, 1994
When two Maryland Air National Guard pilots flying A-10 Thunderbolts led a strike Aug. 5 on a Bosnian Serb anti-tank gun, the attack was tightly choreographed.The air attack was retaliation for the Serbs' hijacking of an anti-tank gun and three armored vehicles from a United Nations compound near Sarajevo early that morning. The two Marylanders found their target and strafed it with 30-mm cannon shells from their seven-barrel Gatling guns.Maj. Mike Theisen of Ellicott City and 1st Lt. Ed Jones of Bel Air only learned of the Serbian hijacking as they were heading back to base at Aviano, Italy, after a 3 1/2 -hour patrol over Bosnia in support of U.N. forces.
SPORTS
March 4, 1996
Heat: Chris Gatling missed his second straight game with a sprained right ankle suffered Wednesday.Hornets: Darrin Hancock sat out his second consecutive game with the flu.Mavericks: Forward Popeye Jones missed his fifth consecutive game yesterday because of tendinitis in his right knee. . . . Dallas tried a club record 15 three-point shots in the first quarter yesterday.Timberwolves: Sam Mitchell, who missed Friday night's game against Charlotte to be with his ill father, returned for yesterday's game against Miami.
NEWS
By Robert A. Erlandson and Robert A. Erlandson,Sun Staff Writer | September 15, 1994
When two Maryland Air National Guard pilots flying A-10 Thunderbolts led a strike Aug. 5 on a Bosnian Serb anti-tank gun, the attack was tightly choreographed.The air attack was retaliation for the Serbs' hijacking of an anti-tank gun and three armored vehicles from a United Nations compound near Sarajevo early that morning. The two Marylanders found their target and strafed it with 30-mm cannon shells from their seven-barrel Gatling guns.Maj. Mike Theisen of Ellicott City and 1st Lt. Ed Jones of Bel Air only learned of the Serbian hijacking as they were heading back to base at Aviano, Italy, after a 3 1/2 -hour patrol over Bosnia in support of U.N. forces.
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