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December 6, 2003 | Vicki Kemper and Richard Simon, Times Staff Writers
Jonathan P. Luna rose from the tough streets of the Bronx to become a successful lawyer who worked for a major Washington law firm, the Federal Trade Commission and the Brooklyn district attorney's office before becoming an assistant U.S. attorney in Baltimore. Friends and colleagues up and down the East Coast called it the ultimate injustice that the 38-year-old federal prosecutor died a violent death.
December 15, 2003 | From Associated Press
Jonathan P. Luna's puzzling, roundabout last journey started with a late-night call at his suburban home. The assistant U.S. attorney quickly left and headed to his office at the federal court building in Baltimore, 10 miles away, his father said. Officials will not say who called the 38-year-old prosecutor the night of Dec. 4, just hours before he was found stabbed 36 times and drowned in a creek in Pennsylvania, 70 miles away.
December 28, 2003
Thank you for getting the word out about identity theft ["With Identity Theft on the Rise, Protect Yourself on the Road," Nov. 30]. Each year we write several reports on Social Security number misuse and have testified several times before Congress on the importance of protecting individuals' identity and homeland security. Our website is Paul Wood Assistant Inspector General for Communications Office of Inspector General Social Security Administration Baltimore, Md.
July 13, 1991
A team of former Orange County high school soccer standouts will play for its second consecutive U.S. Soccer Federation men's 30-and-over national championship today at Orange Coast College. The Newport Beach Dirty Dozen, featuring former standouts from Newport Harbor, Edison and Irvine High, will play the Baltimore (Md.) La Dolce Vita at noon. The match is open to the public. Admission is free.
April 27, 1998 | THE WASHINGTON POST
The Vegetarian Resource Group surveyed more than 70 fast-food and family restaurant chains to find out which items they served were truly vegetarian. For the 24-page summary, send $4 to: Guide to Fast Food, the Vegetarian Resource Group, P.O. Box 1463, Baltimore, MD 21203. Call (410) 366-VEGE. An excerpt of the guide can also be found at the group's Web site,
August 20, 2001
For more information on pain management at the end of life and for referrals to specialists in your area, contact: * American Academy of Pain Medicine: 4700 W. Lake Ave., Glenview, IL 60025, (847) 375-4731 or * American Pain Society: 4700 W. Lake Ave., Glenview, IL 60025, (847) 375-4715 or * American Pain Foundation: 111 S. Calvert St., Suite 2700, Baltimore, MD 21202, (888) 615-7246 or * Last Acts: 1620 Eye St., N.
January 26, 1991
A partial list of those accepting cash donations to help aid civilian victims of the Gulf War. For more information about any of these groups, contact InterAction, 202-822-8429. CARE: 660 First Ave., New York, N.Y. 10016. Catholic Relief Services: Box 1720, Baltimore, Md. 21297. Attention: Persian Gulf Fund. Christian Children's Fund: 203 East Cary St., Richmond, Va., 23261. Church World Service: 475 Riverside Dr., New York, N.Y. 10115.
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