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May 27, 2003
On May 25, 2003, CARL LINDSAY of Catonsville, MD, preceded in death by his wife Nancy and daughter Carlene Knowlton. He is survived by his grandson John W. Knowlton (Joanne) and three great-grandchildren, Ruth, Leah and Carolyn. Friends may call at the Loudon Park Funeral Home, 3620 Wilkens Avenue on Tuesday from 2 to 4 and 6 to 8 P. M where service will be held on Wednesday at 11 A.M. Interment Loudon Park Cemetery.
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September 27, 2004
On September 24, 2004, ELWOOD W. Mc CREADY; beloved husband of Mary E. Mc Cready; devoted father of Linda Beasman, Daniel Mc Cready, Harold Owens, Jerry Owens, Betty Fickus and the late Robert Owens; loving brother of Shirley Mc Mullen. Also survived by fourteen grandchildren and many great grandchildren. Funeral Service at the Connelly Funeral Home of Essex, 300 Mace Avenue, Wednesday 11 A.M. Interment in Garden of Faith Memorial Gardens. Visiting hours Tuesday 3 to 5 and 7 to 9 P.M. SCALLA, 79, of Baltimore, MD. Born January 18, 1925, in Langdondale, PA. He was the son of the late Andrew and Catherine Scalla.
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By Scott Higham and Scott Higham,SUN STAFF | December 23, 1996
David R. Knowlton knows the FBI, from the bottom up.He began his career more than 25 years ago as a clerk at FBI headquarters. After rising through the ranks of the bureau, first as an agent in Virginia and later as a top supervisor in Washington, Knowlton is about to embark on one of his most challenging assignments.This month, the Arizona native took over the Maryland-Delaware division of the FBI. He is responsible for overseeing 200 agents and their investigations into public corruption, white-collar crime, health-care fraud and other unsavory rackets in the mid-Atlantic region.
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By Tom Keyser and Tom Keyser,SUN STAFF | June 5, 2003
SACKETS HARBOR, N.Y. - It's 5 p.m. in sleepy Sackets Harbor, and J.P. Constance says: "I'm getting thirsty. I'd better blow my horn." He takes a hearty swallow of beer. "I've got to wet my whistle," he says, "I can't blow my trumpet with a dry whistle." He walks onto his front porch, leans against the railing, looks down the street, looks up the street and lifts the horn to his lips. With eyes bulging, he blows to the right. He blows to the left. The blast reverberates throughout the neighborhood.
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By Jacques Kelly and Jacques Kelly,SUN STAFF | February 27, 1999
David R. Knowlton, special agent in charge of the FBI's Baltimore field office, has been named deputy assistant director at the agency's Washington headquarters, where he will lead investigations of organized crime, drugs and violent crimes, and supervising criminal intelligence.Knowlton, 46, who took over the Baltimore office two years ago, has been with the FBI for 28 years. No successor has been named.In Baltimore, Knowlton supervised the investigation of several cases of national interest, including one that led to the successful prosecution of Thomas Capano, the Wilmington, Del., lawyer convicted of the 1996 murder of his mistress, Anne Marie Fahey.
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By Matt Lait and Matt Lait,Los Angeles Times | June 22, 1991
WESTMINSTER, Calif. -- Horrifying memories, surfacing now after being repressed for more than 40 years, have persuaded Janice Knowlton that her father was a killer, possibly even the infamous Black Dahlia murderer.Ms. Knowlton's apparent recollections have impressed detectives in Westminster, enough that today they will dig up the site of her former residence, now a vacant lot, in search of evidence of a crime -- possibly the Black Dahlia victim's belongings or the body of another woman."Repressed memories like these do check out. It's not unusual," said Westminster Police Lt. Larry Woessner, although he remained skeptical that evidence from the Black Dahlia case will be uncovered.
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By John Eisenberg and John Eisenberg,SUN STAFF | May 18, 2003
For the 10 friends who operate Sackatoga Stable, the dream just kept getting better yesterday. "We're having an amazing ride with this," said Jackson Knowlton, managing partner of the racing syndicate that owns Funny Cide, the gelding who swept to an easy victory in the Preakness yesterday at Pimlico Race Course. Dismissed as a long shot at 12-1 odds in the Kentucky Derby just two weeks ago, the New York-bred now stands on the brink of racing history. A victory in the Belmont Stakes in three weeks would make him racing's first Triple Crown winner since 1978.
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By FROM STAFF REPORTS | February 23, 1999
Sure, the hour grew late and everyone wanted to board the buses and return to their homes, but K.C. Allen was having none of it. The Calvert High of Prince Frederick product polished off the Region 4A-3A State Indoor Track Championships last night at the 5th Regiment Armory with a Maryland girls' record 11-foot leap in the pole vault.It capped an evening of spectacular races, especially in the distance events, while once again schools from Prince George's County proved they are tough to beat.
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By Tom Keyser and Tom Keyser,SUN STAFF | June 5, 2003
SACKETS HARBOR, N.Y. - It's 5 p.m. in sleepy Sackets Harbor, and J.P. Constance says: "I'm getting thirsty. I'd better blow my horn." He takes a hearty swallow of beer. "I've got to wet my whistle," he says, "I can't blow my trumpet with a dry whistle." He walks onto his front porch, leans against the railing, looks down the street, looks up the street and lifts the horn to his lips. With eyes bulging, he blows to the right. He blows to the left. The blast reverberates throughout the neighborhood.
NEWS
September 27, 2004
On September 24, 2004, ELWOOD W. Mc CREADY; beloved husband of Mary E. Mc Cready; devoted father of Linda Beasman, Daniel Mc Cready, Harold Owens, Jerry Owens, Betty Fickus and the late Robert Owens; loving brother of Shirley Mc Mullen. Also survived by fourteen grandchildren and many great grandchildren. Funeral Service at the Connelly Funeral Home of Essex, 300 Mace Avenue, Wednesday 11 A.M. Interment in Garden of Faith Memorial Gardens. Visiting hours Tuesday 3 to 5 and 7 to 9 P.M. SCALLA, 79, of Baltimore, MD. Born January 18, 1925, in Langdondale, PA. He was the son of the late Andrew and Catherine Scalla.
NEWS
May 27, 2003
On May 25, 2003, CARL LINDSAY of Catonsville, MD, preceded in death by his wife Nancy and daughter Carlene Knowlton. He is survived by his grandson John W. Knowlton (Joanne) and three great-grandchildren, Ruth, Leah and Carolyn. Friends may call at the Loudon Park Funeral Home, 3620 Wilkens Avenue on Tuesday from 2 to 4 and 6 to 8 P. M where service will be held on Wednesday at 11 A.M. Interment Loudon Park Cemetery.
SPORTS
By John Eisenberg and John Eisenberg,SUN STAFF | May 18, 2003
For the 10 friends who operate Sackatoga Stable, the dream just kept getting better yesterday. "We're having an amazing ride with this," said Jackson Knowlton, managing partner of the racing syndicate that owns Funny Cide, the gelding who swept to an easy victory in the Preakness yesterday at Pimlico Race Course. Dismissed as a long shot at 12-1 odds in the Kentucky Derby just two weeks ago, the New York-bred now stands on the brink of racing history. A victory in the Belmont Stakes in three weeks would make him racing's first Triple Crown winner since 1978.
SPORTS
By Bill Free and Bill Free,SUN STAFF | October 11, 2001
Just when the football picture at Morgan State seemed hopeless, along came an unsung sophomore quarterback named Lejominick Washington on Saturday to bail the Bears out of their 0-4 funk. The 6-foot-1, 210-pound Washington put on a record-breaking passing show that won't soon be forgotten around Morgan State and the Mid-Eastern Athletic Conference. Starting just his second college game, Washington rained long, short and medium passes on then-3-0 North Carolina A&T. Despite a sore shoulder, he threw for a school-record 551 yards and four touchdowns.
NEWS
By Jacques Kelly and Jacques Kelly,SUN STAFF | February 27, 1999
David R. Knowlton, special agent in charge of the FBI's Baltimore field office, has been named deputy assistant director at the agency's Washington headquarters, where he will lead investigations of organized crime, drugs and violent crimes, and supervising criminal intelligence.Knowlton, 46, who took over the Baltimore office two years ago, has been with the FBI for 28 years. No successor has been named.In Baltimore, Knowlton supervised the investigation of several cases of national interest, including one that led to the successful prosecution of Thomas Capano, the Wilmington, Del., lawyer convicted of the 1996 murder of his mistress, Anne Marie Fahey.
SPORTS
By FROM STAFF REPORTS | February 23, 1999
Sure, the hour grew late and everyone wanted to board the buses and return to their homes, but K.C. Allen was having none of it. The Calvert High of Prince Frederick product polished off the Region 4A-3A State Indoor Track Championships last night at the 5th Regiment Armory with a Maryland girls' record 11-foot leap in the pole vault.It capped an evening of spectacular races, especially in the distance events, while once again schools from Prince George's County proved they are tough to beat.
NEWS
By Scott Higham and Scott Higham,SUN STAFF | December 23, 1996
David R. Knowlton knows the FBI, from the bottom up.He began his career more than 25 years ago as a clerk at FBI headquarters. After rising through the ranks of the bureau, first as an agent in Virginia and later as a top supervisor in Washington, Knowlton is about to embark on one of his most challenging assignments.This month, the Arizona native took over the Maryland-Delaware division of the FBI. He is responsible for overseeing 200 agents and their investigations into public corruption, white-collar crime, health-care fraud and other unsavory rackets in the mid-Atlantic region.
SPORTS
By Bill Free and Bill Free,SUN STAFF | October 11, 2001
Just when the football picture at Morgan State seemed hopeless, along came an unsung sophomore quarterback named Lejominick Washington on Saturday to bail the Bears out of their 0-4 funk. The 6-foot-1, 210-pound Washington put on a record-breaking passing show that won't soon be forgotten around Morgan State and the Mid-Eastern Athletic Conference. Starting just his second college game, Washington rained long, short and medium passes on then-3-0 North Carolina A&T. Despite a sore shoulder, he threw for a school-record 551 yards and four touchdowns.
NEWS
September 13, 1990
Jane Stewart Mapes, 73, a retired public relations executive, took her life Friday at her home in Litchfield Park, Ariz. She had been ill for some time with amyotrophic lateral sclerosis, or Lou Gehrig's disease. She and her husband, John G. Mapes, who died last year, founded an opinion research company, the Group Attitudes Corp., in 1950. They joined Hill & Knowlton Inc. when their company was acquired in 1956. She served as president of Group Attitudes before and after it became a subsidiary of Hill & Knowlton.
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By Matt Lait and Matt Lait,Los Angeles Times | June 22, 1991
WESTMINSTER, Calif. -- Horrifying memories, surfacing now after being repressed for more than 40 years, have persuaded Janice Knowlton that her father was a killer, possibly even the infamous Black Dahlia murderer.Ms. Knowlton's apparent recollections have impressed detectives in Westminster, enough that today they will dig up the site of her former residence, now a vacant lot, in search of evidence of a crime -- possibly the Black Dahlia victim's belongings or the body of another woman."Repressed memories like these do check out. It's not unusual," said Westminster Police Lt. Larry Woessner, although he remained skeptical that evidence from the Black Dahlia case will be uncovered.
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