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September 16, 2003
Clarence Louis Jasper, a retired Baltimore County police colonel, died of cancer Saturday at the Lorien Bel Air nursing home. The Overlea resident was 81. Colonel Jasper was born and raised in Overlea and graduated in 1940 from Kenwood High School. During World War II, he served in the Marine Corps and earned a Purple Heart when he was wounded while serving in the Marshall Islands. He joined the county police force in 1946, and in his early years was assigned to the Essex and Fullerton stations.
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BUSINESS
By Edward Gunts | December 11, 1991
One month after the famed Pimlico Restaurant closed its doors permanently, ending more than 50 years of operation, its landlords at the Commercentre office and retail complex near Owings Mills have landed a well-known replacement.Jasper's, a popular Washington-area restaurant with outlets in Greenbelt and Crofton, last week signed a 15-year lease for the 17,200-square-foot Pimlico Restaurant space. When it opens next spring, Jasper's will be the largest of 15 retailers in the 9-year-old Commercentre development at 1777 Reisterstown Road near Owings Mills.
BUSINESS
By Edward Gunts and Edward Gunts,Evening Sun Staff | December 11, 1991
One month after the famed Pimlico Restaurant closed its doors permanently, ending more than 50 years of operation, its landlords at the Commercentre office and retail complex near Owings Mills have landed a well-known replacement.Jasper's, a popular Washington-area restaurant with outlets in Greenbelt and Crofton, last week signed a 15-year lease for the 17,200-square-foot Pimlico Restaurant space. When it opens next spring, Jasper's will be the largest of 15 retailers in the 9-year-old Commercentre development at 1777 Reisterstown Road near Owings Mills.
SPORTS
By Katherine Dunn and Katherine Dunn,SUN STAFF | December 18, 1998
Last night's Catholic League contest between No. 9-ranked John Carroll and No. 14 St. Frances matched two teams in search of their first league win.Early on, St. Frances appeared ready to put the notch in their win column, but the host Patriots' transition game made the difference and a 14-3 third-quarter spurt broke the game open en route to a 78-70 victory.John Carroll, behind 28 points from Kristin Jasper and 20 from Darby Burke, improved to 3-3 overall and 1-1 in the Catholic League. The Panthers, paced by Shanika Wallace's 20 points, are also 3-3 overall but dropped to 0-3 in the league.
NEWS
By NEW YORK TIMES NEWS SERVICE | June 28, 1998
JASPER, Texas -- Despite fears of violence, a showdown between white supremacists and black militants remained relatively peaceful here yesterday on Jasper's courthouse square, leaving residents feeling relieved.Name-calling and threats were as bad as it got on a sweltering day in this East Texas town where a 49-year-old black man, James Byrd Jr., was dragged to death behind a pickup truck three weeks ago."It's wrong for either of them to be here," Joyce Edmond, a black woman, said of the two groups.
NEWS
November 23, 1990
Phil M. Landrum, a Georgian who served in Congress for a quarter-century and helped write landmark legislation intended to curb union corruption, died Monday of congestive heart failure at a hospital in Jasper, Ga. He was 83 and lived in Jasper. A Democrat, Mr. Landrum was elected to the House of Representatives from Georgia's 9th Congressional District in 1952 and served until he retired in 1977.
NEWS
By Lisa Respers and By Lisa Respers,SUN STAFF | February 1, 2001
Caroline Jasper loves light. She is so enamored of light that the word pops up in the title of several of her oil paintings. Starting Saturday, visitors to Mill River Gallery can see a collection of her work, "Light Watch." The show is one of many for Jasper, an accomplished artist and teacher at Chesapeake High School in Essex. "My personal interest is in looking at places when the light is interesting," Jasper said. "I enjoy landscapes and I find water very attractive." Jasper, 52, who lives in Bel Air, has had the best of both worlds with her teaching and her painting.
NEWS
August 14, 2007
Ethel L. Mann, a retired secretary and former Owings Mills resident, died Friday of heart failure at a Jasper, Ind., nursing center. She was 88. Ethel L. Widerman was born in Baltimore and raised in the Pimlico neighborhood. She was a 1937 graduate of Forest Park High School. During the 1950s, Mrs. Mann was a secretary at the Maryland Historical Society, before taking a job in 1962 at Burns & Russell Co., a Baltimore manufacturer of building materials. She retired in 1984. Mrs. Mann lived for many years in Mount Washington before moving to Owings Mills, where she was a member of Pleasant Hills United Methodist Church.
NEWS
February 25, 1997
A Sykesville woman pleaded guilty yesterday to stealing more than $300 from an elderly neighbor whom she had befriended and run errands for between December 1994 and December 1995.Gloria A. Jasper, 46, will be sentenced April 30, the same day a restitution hearing is scheduled to determine the amount stolen from Sarah C. Bender, 78, of the 4700 block of Old Washington Road.When first approached by state police, Jasper confessed to stealing $3,000, charging documents show."We believe the amount of restitution much closer to $17,855," prosecutor Jerry Joyce said.
NEWS
November 30, 2003
Suddenly on November 26, 2003, ROBERT ANDREW BACIGALUPA, JR.; devoted father of Benjamin C. Bacigalupa and his wife Christina and Joseph V. Bacigalupa; beloved son of Robert A. and Jacqueline E. Bacigalupa; dear brother of Robin Tracy, Sharon Crispino, Stephanie Buckel and Charles and John Bacigalupa; loving grandfather of Jasper and Lilly Bacigalupa. A Memorial Service will be held at the family owned Ruck Towson Funeral Home, Inc., 1050 York Road (beltway exit 26A), on Sunday, November 30 at 3 P.M. Interment private.
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