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By ROGER SIMON | June 26, 1994
WASHINGTON -- It was near the end of the White House press briefing on Thursday, right after questions about Haiti, health care, and Boris Yeltsin, that reporters asked what was really on their minds."
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By RICK HOROWITZ | July 4, 1994
It's entirely possible, of course, that Michael Fay -- he with the Mark of Cane upon him -- will slide back into the anonymous life of the typical American teen. It's also possible that goats will do ''Hamlet,'' but I wouldn't hold my breath.To sell or not to sell -- that's not even the question anymore. The only issues are how soon, how often and for how much. Even before young Michael had returned from Singapore, the offers were piling up from the nets and the tabs and the glam cams. Tell us your story and, while you're at it, why not drop your pants and show us the cheeks that launched a thousand columns?
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By Los Angeles Times | May 8, 1994
SINGAPORE -- Disagreement flared yesterday over how much an American, Michael Fay, suffered during a flogging he received as punishment for vandalism, with the Singaporean government denying his family's claims that the youth was "bloodied."2 Mr. Fay could be released as early as June 21.
NEWS
By ROGER SIMON | June 26, 1994
WASHINGTON -- It was near the end of the White House press briefing on Thursday, right after questions about Haiti, health care, and Boris Yeltsin, that reporters asked what was really on their minds."
NEWS
By Amy Wu | April 15, 1994
HE'S your typical 18-year-old troublemaker who is bad because he's bored. You're lucky he hasn't displayed his artwork on your car, taken your hubcaps or thrown a rotten egg at your window. Unfortunately, he did some of these things in Singapore, a city of law and order where you can be charged as a delinquent for chewing gum.Michael Fay made a big mistake. He spray-painted some cars and threw eggs at them. His punishment is to be six whacks on the behind with a rattan cane. Now he's panicky, he's desperate, he's remorseful and even the president of the United States is trying to get him out of this mess.
NEWS
April 19, 1994
Just desserts for Singapore vandalA foreign government to cane an American citizen? How dare Singapore punish one of our own! Who do they think they are?If you believe the above, you may need surgery to remove some of your arrogance. You have wrapped yourself so tightly in Old Glory that you can no longer think clearly.Here are the facts: An 18-year-old American lad named Michael Fay of Dayton, Ohio, traveled to Singapore. While there, he commited vandalism by spray-painting some vehicles.
NEWS
By CAL THOMAS | May 11, 1994
Now that politicians, self-styled human-rights groups and sundry commentators have had their say on the caning of Michael Fay by Singapore authorities, it might interest some to hear what one self-described ''career criminal'' thinks.Ronald Young writes from the Michigan state prison in Jackson. He says he has been incarcerated a total of 30 years for 11 felony convictions, but that he only committed one of those crimes in Kansas. His reason for this provides insight into why swift and sure punishment helps deter crime.
NEWS
By MIKE ROYKO | March 21, 1994
Michael Fay. At the moment, his name might be unfamiliar, but I doubt if anyone has a greater potential to arouse heated emotions, headstrong opinions and emotional talk-show babble.Before long, it will happen.Fay, 18, is an American who lives in Singapore because that is where his mother and stepfather work for an American company. For those who flunked geography, Singapore is a city-state in the Far East. It has been described as looking like a prosperous California suburb.It is prosperous, industrious and a reporter friend who has been there says it is the most uptight place she's ever been.
NEWS
By RICK HOROWITZ | July 4, 1994
It's entirely possible, of course, that Michael Fay -- he with the Mark of Cane upon him -- will slide back into the anonymous life of the typical American teen. It's also possible that goats will do ''Hamlet,'' but I wouldn't hold my breath.To sell or not to sell -- that's not even the question anymore. The only issues are how soon, how often and for how much. Even before young Michael had returned from Singapore, the offers were piling up from the nets and the tabs and the glam cams. Tell us your story and, while you're at it, why not drop your pants and show us the cheeks that launched a thousand columns?
SPORTS
March 16, 1992
White is first, second in national indoor meetDulaney junior Amanda White was one of the premier performers at the National Scholastic Indoor Track and Field Championships at the Carrier Dome in Syracuse, N.Y., yesterday, as she won the 3,200 meters and was second in the mile.In the 3,200, White's time of 10 minutes, 24.74 seconds was a Maryland record and the 10th fastest by an American schoolgirl, supplanting Suzy Favor on the all-time list. In the mile, she chopped nearly eight seconds off her area record with a clocking of 4:56.
NEWS
By CAL THOMAS | May 11, 1994
Now that politicians, self-styled human-rights groups and sundry commentators have had their say on the caning of Michael Fay by Singapore authorities, it might interest some to hear what one self-described ''career criminal'' thinks.Ronald Young writes from the Michigan state prison in Jackson. He says he has been incarcerated a total of 30 years for 11 felony convictions, but that he only committed one of those crimes in Kansas. His reason for this provides insight into why swift and sure punishment helps deter crime.
NEWS
By Los Angeles Times | May 8, 1994
SINGAPORE -- Disagreement flared yesterday over how much an American, Michael Fay, suffered during a flogging he received as punishment for vandalism, with the Singaporean government denying his family's claims that the youth was "bloodied."2 Mr. Fay could be released as early as June 21.
NEWS
April 19, 1994
Just desserts for Singapore vandalA foreign government to cane an American citizen? How dare Singapore punish one of our own! Who do they think they are?If you believe the above, you may need surgery to remove some of your arrogance. You have wrapped yourself so tightly in Old Glory that you can no longer think clearly.Here are the facts: An 18-year-old American lad named Michael Fay of Dayton, Ohio, traveled to Singapore. While there, he commited vandalism by spray-painting some vehicles.
NEWS
By Amy Wu | April 15, 1994
HE'S your typical 18-year-old troublemaker who is bad because he's bored. You're lucky he hasn't displayed his artwork on your car, taken your hubcaps or thrown a rotten egg at your window. Unfortunately, he did some of these things in Singapore, a city of law and order where you can be charged as a delinquent for chewing gum.Michael Fay made a big mistake. He spray-painted some cars and threw eggs at them. His punishment is to be six whacks on the behind with a rattan cane. Now he's panicky, he's desperate, he's remorseful and even the president of the United States is trying to get him out of this mess.
NEWS
By MIKE ROYKO | March 21, 1994
Michael Fay. At the moment, his name might be unfamiliar, but I doubt if anyone has a greater potential to arouse heated emotions, headstrong opinions and emotional talk-show babble.Before long, it will happen.Fay, 18, is an American who lives in Singapore because that is where his mother and stepfather work for an American company. For those who flunked geography, Singapore is a city-state in the Far East. It has been described as looking like a prosperous California suburb.It is prosperous, industrious and a reporter friend who has been there says it is the most uptight place she's ever been.
SPORTS
March 16, 1992
White is first, second in national indoor meetDulaney junior Amanda White was one of the premier performers at the National Scholastic Indoor Track and Field Championships at the Carrier Dome in Syracuse, N.Y., yesterday, as she won the 3,200 meters and was second in the mile.In the 3,200, White's time of 10 minutes, 24.74 seconds was a Maryland record and the 10th fastest by an American schoolgirl, supplanting Suzy Favor on the all-time list. In the mile, she chopped nearly eight seconds off her area record with a clocking of 4:56.
NEWS
June 20, 2005
On June 18, 2005 HENRY WILLIAM "Hank" EMORY, beloved husband of Theresa Emory (nee Mc Gillis) devoted father of Mollie, Debbie, Michael, David, Fay, Betty and Paul, and wonderful grandfather to all his grandchildren. Also survived by 5 sisters and one brother. Friends are invited to call at the Burgee-Henss-Seitz Funeral Home Inc., 3631 Falls Rd., on Tuesday from 3 to 5 and 7 to 9 P.M. Services on Wednesday at 11 A.M. Interment Druid Ridge Cemetery.
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