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February 13, 2004
On February 10, 2004 ALBERT GEORGE MILLER, a long-time member and Business Manager of Steamfitter's Local 438. He was 74. In addition to his sister Elsie M. Entwisle, he is survived by May Thompson, Grace M. Dolch, Mary Mix, Bill Entwisle and Jane Shipley. Family will receive friends at the family owned Evans Chapel of Memories-Parkville on Friday from 3 to 5 and 7 to 9 p.m. Services and interment private.
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November 1, 2007
George Griffith Miller, a retired clothing salesman and World War II merchant marine veteran, died Sunday of cardiac arrest at Good Samaritan Hospital. The longtime Parkville resident was 88. Mr. Miller was born in Philadelphia, the son of a college professor. He was raised in State College, Pa., and Deland, Fla., where his father held teaching posts at Pennsylvania State University and Stetson University. After the death of his mother, he returned to State College with his family in 1931.
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NEWS
April 24, 1998
IN THE WAKE of crimes and penalties for injuries and pollution in breaking up the Navy's proud old ships, a panel representing seven federal agencies recommended keeping the system that kills workers and dumps asbestos and PCBs in coastal waters.Just let the fly-by-night contractors achieve economies by buying several ships at a time to break up and sell for scrap at a profit, the panel said.It also recommended more inspections for occupational safety and environmental protection, and weeding out the worst offenders.
NEWS
February 13, 2004
On February 10, 2004 ALBERT GEORGE MILLER, a long-time member and Business Manager of Steamfitter's Local 438. He was 74. In addition to his sister Elsie M. Entwisle, he is survived by May Thompson, Grace M. Dolch, Mary Mix, Bill Entwisle and Jane Shipley. Family will receive friends at the family owned Evans Chapel of Memories-Parkville on Friday from 3 to 5 and 7 to 9 p.m. Services and interment private.
NEWS
By New York Times News Service | October 11, 1992
LOS ANGELES -- A new age is dawning in the American West. Under inexorable urban, political and environmental pressures, water -- the lifeblood of this arid region -- has slowly begun to flow away from farms and ranches and toward the big cities.Congress pushed along the trend on Thursday by passing the Omnibus Water Act, a turning point in federal water policy.The act would encourage farmers to sell their water to the cities and would reserve large amounts of water to repair environmental damage in California.
BUSINESS
By Nancy Jones and Nancy Jones,SPECIAL TO THE SUN | February 21, 1999
Millersville is an unpretentious, quiet area that may have evolved into a commuter's paradise.Amid the farms, residents can easily reach such connectors as Interstate 97, Generals Highway, Route 32 and Route 175."It's so convenient. It's right between Baltimore and Annapolis and not very far from Washington, D.C. You have the airport nearby and even have the water nearby. It has a little of a lot of things," said Shellie Seyer, manager of the Long and Foster Real Estate Inc. office in Odenton.
ENTERTAINMENT
By Rob Hiaasen and Rob Hiaasen,SUN STAFF | June 15, 2003
The man is really gone, but how to feel about this? Which is not to say people didn't like George Miller - "New York George" to many in Baltimore. The small-time bookie, ticket-scalper and street-walking bar-hopper (not hopping so much as sitting) could be mighty endearing despite - or maybe because of - his chummy hustling. New York George, very much of Baltimore, died May 29 at the age of 74. They say his legs just couldn't carry him anymore. They say he sort of gave up when he couldn't be New York George anymore.
SPORTS
By George Taylor and George Taylor,Special to The Evening Sun | June 10, 1991
Shane Patterson climaxed a strong youth movement in the Maryland State amateur golf championship at Bethesda Country Club when he won the title with a 3-and-2 victory over Steve Thomas.Patterson, 20, of Norbeck CC replaces the Country Club of Maryland's Charlie Harris, who at age 54, was the championship's oldest winner last year.In winning the crown, Patterson finished what 15-year-old Chris York had set up earlier in the tournament. Before bowing to Patterson in the semifinal, York, playing over his home course, had eliminated three strong contenders, including seven-time champion Marty West.
NEWS
November 5, 1998
Here are the latest returns in the 435 races for U.S. House.ALABAMA1: Sonny Callahan, R*2: Terry Everett, R*3: Bob Riley, R*4: Robert Aderholt, R*5: Bud Cramer, D*6: Spencer Bachus, R*7: Earl Hilliard, D*ALASKAAL: Don Young, R*ARIZONA1: Matt Salmon, R*2: Ed Pastor, D*3: Bob Stump, R*4: John Shadegg, R*5: Jim Kolbe, R*6: J.D. Hayworth, R*ARKANSAS1: Marion Berry, D*2: Vic Snyder, D*3: Asa Hutchinson, R*4: Jay Dickey, R*CALIFORNIA1: Mike Thompson, D2: Wally...
NEWS
November 1, 2007
George Griffith Miller, a retired clothing salesman and World War II merchant marine veteran, died Sunday of cardiac arrest at Good Samaritan Hospital. The longtime Parkville resident was 88. Mr. Miller was born in Philadelphia, the son of a college professor. He was raised in State College, Pa., and Deland, Fla., where his father held teaching posts at Pennsylvania State University and Stetson University. After the death of his mother, he returned to State College with his family in 1931.
ENTERTAINMENT
By Rob Hiaasen and Rob Hiaasen,SUN STAFF | June 15, 2003
The man is really gone, but how to feel about this? Which is not to say people didn't like George Miller - "New York George" to many in Baltimore. The small-time bookie, ticket-scalper and street-walking bar-hopper (not hopping so much as sitting) could be mighty endearing despite - or maybe because of - his chummy hustling. New York George, very much of Baltimore, died May 29 at the age of 74. They say his legs just couldn't carry him anymore. They say he sort of gave up when he couldn't be New York George anymore.
BUSINESS
By Nancy Jones and Nancy Jones,SPECIAL TO THE SUN | February 21, 1999
Millersville is an unpretentious, quiet area that may have evolved into a commuter's paradise.Amid the farms, residents can easily reach such connectors as Interstate 97, Generals Highway, Route 32 and Route 175."It's so convenient. It's right between Baltimore and Annapolis and not very far from Washington, D.C. You have the airport nearby and even have the water nearby. It has a little of a lot of things," said Shellie Seyer, manager of the Long and Foster Real Estate Inc. office in Odenton.
NEWS
November 5, 1998
Here are the latest returns in the 435 races for U.S. House.ALABAMA1: Sonny Callahan, R*2: Terry Everett, R*3: Bob Riley, R*4: Robert Aderholt, R*5: Bud Cramer, D*6: Spencer Bachus, R*7: Earl Hilliard, D*ALASKAAL: Don Young, R*ARIZONA1: Matt Salmon, R*2: Ed Pastor, D*3: Bob Stump, R*4: John Shadegg, R*5: Jim Kolbe, R*6: J.D. Hayworth, R*ARKANSAS1: Marion Berry, D*2: Vic Snyder, D*3: Asa Hutchinson, R*4: Jay Dickey, R*CALIFORNIA1: Mike Thompson, D2: Wally...
NEWS
April 24, 1998
IN THE WAKE of crimes and penalties for injuries and pollution in breaking up the Navy's proud old ships, a panel representing seven federal agencies recommended keeping the system that kills workers and dumps asbestos and PCBs in coastal waters.Just let the fly-by-night contractors achieve economies by buying several ships at a time to break up and sell for scrap at a profit, the panel said.It also recommended more inspections for occupational safety and environmental protection, and weeding out the worst offenders.
NEWS
By New York Times News Service | October 11, 1992
LOS ANGELES -- A new age is dawning in the American West. Under inexorable urban, political and environmental pressures, water -- the lifeblood of this arid region -- has slowly begun to flow away from farms and ranches and toward the big cities.Congress pushed along the trend on Thursday by passing the Omnibus Water Act, a turning point in federal water policy.The act would encourage farmers to sell their water to the cities and would reserve large amounts of water to repair environmental damage in California.
SPORTS
By George Taylor and George Taylor,Special to The Evening Sun | June 10, 1991
Shane Patterson climaxed a strong youth movement in the Maryland State amateur golf championship at Bethesda Country Club when he won the title with a 3-and-2 victory over Steve Thomas.Patterson, 20, of Norbeck CC replaces the Country Club of Maryland's Charlie Harris, who at age 54, was the championship's oldest winner last year.In winning the crown, Patterson finished what 15-year-old Chris York had set up earlier in the tournament. Before bowing to Patterson in the semifinal, York, playing over his home course, had eliminated three strong contenders, including seven-time champion Marty West.
NEWS
March 17, 1993
POLICE* Westminster: A video arena at the 140 Village Shopping Center was broken into and property valued at $354 was stolen. George Miller of Blazing Flippers told police the theft occurred Thursday.Jason Michael Durham of Upperco reported to police someone broke the side mirror off his vehicle while it was parked in Westminster Friday.FIRE* Finksburg: Reese responded to make an investigation on Route 91 at 12:14 p.m. Monday. Units were out for 65 minutes.
NEWS
February 8, 2004
On February 5, 2004, MARY C.; beloved wife of the late George Ihnat; devoted mother of Martha Koehler; loving sister of John Miller, Sr., Andrew Miller and the late George Miller, Jr., Basil "Charlie" Miller and Stephen Miller. Also survived by nieces and nephews. Friends may call at the CONNELLY FUNERAL HOME OF DUNDALK, P.A., 7110 Sollers Point Road, on Saturday, 7 to 9 P.M. and Sunday, 3 to 5 and 7 to 9. A Mass of Christian Burial will be celebrated on Monday, 10 A.M. at Sacred Heart of Mary Church.
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