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December 3, 1992
Robert Shayne, 92, who acted in movies, television and on Broadway, died Sunday of lung cancer at the Motion Picture Hospital in Woodland Hills, Calif. Mr. Shayne's career spanned six decades.
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By Tara Finnegan and Tara Finnegan,Contributing Writer Staff writers Paul McMullen and Pat O'Malley contributed to this article | April 15, 1993
Dunbar senior Keith Booth looked as calm as ever, effortlessly shooting jump shots in the Dunbar gymnasium minutes before he signed a national letter of intent to attend the University of Maryland yesterday on the first day of the monthlong signing period.Booth briefly lost his grip on the blue Erasermate pen because of his shaking hand, but then with a smile, he began to sign the three copies of the letter as he sat beside his mother, Norma Salmon, and across from his coach, Pete Pompey.
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By Peter Hermann and Peter Hermann,Staff Writer | August 6, 1992
The county Board of Appeals threw out yesterday a complaint from the developers of a planned community near Laurel before the first witness ever testified at a scheduled hearing.The board ruled unanimously that it had no jurisdiction to decide whether Russett Center Limited Partnership must connect an internal road in the community it is building at the intersection of Route 198 and the Baltimore-Washington Parkway to one outside the community.The company, which is building 3,500 homes on 615 acres, feared the county would require expensive improvements if it connected Russett's Woodland Hills Way to Whiskey Bottom Road.
NEWS
December 3, 1992
Robert Shayne, 92, who acted in movies, television and on Broadway, died Sunday of lung cancer at the Motion Picture Hospital in Woodland Hills, Calif. Mr. Shayne's career spanned six decades.
SPORTS
By Tara Finnegan and Tara Finnegan,Contributing Writer Staff writers Paul McMullen and Pat O'Malley contributed to this article | April 15, 1993
Dunbar senior Keith Booth looked as calm as ever, effortlessly shooting jump shots in the Dunbar gymnasium minutes before he signed a national letter of intent to attend the University of Maryland yesterday on the first day of the monthlong signing period.Booth briefly lost his grip on the blue Erasermate pen because of his shaking hand, but then with a smile, he began to sign the three copies of the letter as he sat beside his mother, Norma Salmon, and across from his coach, Pete Pompey.
BUSINESS
By Tom Bowman and Tom Bowman,Washington Bureau of The Sun | June 9, 1991
Washington -- Last year, some 220 workers built boats at Pearson Yachts Corp. in Portsmouth, R.I. This year, there are 50 workers left.On Maryland's Eastern Shore, Harrison Yacht Sales in Graysonville has trimmed its 95 employees to eight.Those job cuts are among an estimated 19,000 blue-collar marine jobs lost throughout the nation this year. The culprit, boat industry officials say: a 10-percent federal "luxury tax" that went into effect in January on new pleasure boats that cost more than $100,000.
NEWS
November 25, 2002
Parley Baer, 88, a character actor who was the mayor on The Andy Griffith Show, the voice of the Keebler cookie elf in TV commercials and the voice of Chester on radio's Gunsmoke, died of a stroke Friday at the Motion Picture and Television Hospital in Woodland Hills, Calif. The jowly, balding actor appeared in more than 50 movies, including 1950s Westerns and 1963's Gypsy. He played the Senate majority leader in the 1993 movie Dave. Mr. Baer also made scores of TV appearances, and was Darby, Ozzie Nelson's next-door neighbor, on TV's The Adventures of Ozzie and Harriet.
NEWS
May 18, 2008
SANDY HOWARD, 80 Film and TV producer Sandy Howard, a film and television producer whose credits include The Island of Dr. Moreau and the 1970s Western A Man Called Horse, died Friday at the Motion Picture and Television Fund's hospital in Woodland Hills, Calif., of complications from Alzheimer's disease, spokeswoman Jaime Larkin told the Associated Press. Mr. Howard had been a resident of the hospital's Alzheimer's and Dementia Care Facility, Harry's Haven, for 10 years. Born in the Bronx, N.Y., Mr. Howard started his career as a publicist for Broadway shows before directing TV's Howdy Doody at age 19, according to the Motion Picture and Television Fund.
NEWS
October 2, 2005
On September 20, 2005, EVELYN (nee Paul), beloved wife of the late Nevin E. Leese, of Ocean Pines, MD. Beloved mother of Joan Jolliff and husband Frank of Shelby Township, MI; Nancy Wood and her husband Brad of Woodland Hills, CA; preceded in death by her son George Leese; beloved grandmother of Dylan Lowes, of Shelby Township, MI, dear mother-in-law of Maureen Pinnix and her husband Terry, of Ocean Pines, MD. A Memorial Service is planned for Saturday, October...
FEATURES
By Carol Marie Cropper and Carol Marie Cropper,New York Times News Service | January 3, 1995
Carol Clark lost her job as president of the bank in Braselton, Ga., after it was auctioned in actress Kim Basinger's bankruptcy.Tom Brown, 76, was laid off five years ago when Ms. Basinger, in a burst of publicity, "bought" tiny Braselton, including the hardware store where he worked. Now he fears that he will lose his rented home as she and her investment partner prepare to sell off parts of the town, about 50 miles northeast of Atlanta, which they purchased with big development plans in mind.
NEWS
By Peter Hermann and Peter Hermann,Staff Writer | August 6, 1992
The county Board of Appeals threw out yesterday a complaint from the developers of a planned community near Laurel before the first witness ever testified at a scheduled hearing.The board ruled unanimously that it had no jurisdiction to decide whether Russett Center Limited Partnership must connect an internal road in the community it is building at the intersection of Route 198 and the Baltimore-Washington Parkway to one outside the community.The company, which is building 3,500 homes on 615 acres, feared the county would require expensive improvements if it connected Russett's Woodland Hills Way to Whiskey Bottom Road.
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