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By Lisa Wiseman and Lisa Wiseman,SPECIAL TO THE SUN | July 14, 2002
No matter who you are or what you're looking for in a home, Glenham-Belford will have what you need, residents say. "There's something for everyone," said Dick Ullrich, 62. "The diversity and mixed stock of housing makes the area truly unique. There are large, individual homes, smaller single homes, duplexes and apartments." "Each home has character. They're all different," said Cecilia Freed, 48. She and her husband, Brian, and their two children have lived in the area for 16 years. "We like our area, specifically because there is a lot of forestry.
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September 5, 2004
MARY LOU RAHL, born Mary Louise Mc Cartney, died August 27, 2004, of pneumonia. She was born in Greensburg, PA. At the time of her death, she resided in Baltimore, MD with her husband of 62 years, Francis R. (Bob) Rahl, Sr. Mrs. Rahl enjoyed family activities, travel, dancing, reading, and playing cards. She was an accomplished recreational pool player who delighted in the undoing of unsuspecting male opponents. She also enjoyed surf fishing, the Chesapeake Bay, and the marsh birds and scenes of the Eastern Shore.
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By John A. Morris and John A. Morris,Staff Writer | November 13, 1992
A light bulb went off in Jim Belford's head while he was scuba diving off the Florida coast.The Lake Shore resident had an idea to make the battery-operated "scuba tows" he used to pull himself through the water go farther.Frustrated by having to recharge every half hour, he initially just wanted to replace the battery with compressed air. But now, years later, he says he may have revolutionized the motor in a way that could change everything from car engines to refrigerators to power tools.
BUSINESS
By Lisa Wiseman and Lisa Wiseman,SPECIAL TO THE SUN | July 14, 2002
No matter who you are or what you're looking for in a home, Glenham-Belford will have what you need, residents say. "There's something for everyone," said Dick Ullrich, 62. "The diversity and mixed stock of housing makes the area truly unique. There are large, individual homes, smaller single homes, duplexes and apartments." "Each home has character. They're all different," said Cecilia Freed, 48. She and her husband, Brian, and their two children have lived in the area for 16 years. "We like our area, specifically because there is a lot of forestry.
SPORTS
By From Staff Reports | March 26, 1995
Brian Belford had three goals and two assists to lead UMBC over Virginia Military, 13-9, yesterday before 515 at UMBC Stadium.The Retrievers (4-3) have won three straight and are above .500 for the first time this season. UMBC, which never trailed, took a 10-1 halftime lead but had to withstand a 6-1 second-half run by the Keydets.John Ripley scored back-to-back goals to cut the gap to 12-9 with 2:14 remaining, but UMBC held the ball until Belford finished the scoring with nine seconds left.
NEWS
September 9, 1997
Names in the newsThe Red Cross Central Maryland Chapter named Bob Belford volunteer of the month for August. Already an active responder at local disasters, Belford recently began volunteering as a dispatcher. He has experience in the field of firefighting, which has proved valuable to his role with the Red Cross Disaster Assistance Team.North Arundel Hospital presented its "People Who Care" award to three employees in recognition of commitment, compassion and outstanding service. Honorees were: Cardiology Department secretary Amy Johnson of Pasadena; building engineer David McGunigale of Glen Burnie; case manager Deborah VanOrden of Pasadena.
NEWS
April 4, 1994
Sir Robert Cockburn, a British radar specialist who helped hamper the ability of German radar to spot British and U.S. bombers during World War II, died March 21 in Aldershot, southwest of London. He was 85. Sir Robert was born in Belford, Northumberland, studied at London University and did research on communications and radar from 1937 to 1945. He headed a group of engineers and scientists who worked on measures to defeat Germany's electronic systems, including radar.@
NEWS
February 22, 1998
Fontaine Maury Belford, 57, English literature professorDr. Fontaine Maury Belford, a former English literature professor at Goucher College, died Jan. 31 in a Cincinnati hospice after a long battle with non-Hodgkins lymphoma. She was 57.Dr. Belford taught at Goucher between 1968 and 1982. During her tenure, she founded and directed the Goucher Center for Educational Resources, a program for returning students.In 1987, Dr. Belford moved to Cincinnati, where she was dean of the Union Institute graduate school.
NEWS
September 5, 2004
MARY LOU RAHL, born Mary Louise Mc Cartney, died August 27, 2004, of pneumonia. She was born in Greensburg, PA. At the time of her death, she resided in Baltimore, MD with her husband of 62 years, Francis R. (Bob) Rahl, Sr. Mrs. Rahl enjoyed family activities, travel, dancing, reading, and playing cards. She was an accomplished recreational pool player who delighted in the undoing of unsuspecting male opponents. She also enjoyed surf fishing, the Chesapeake Bay, and the marsh birds and scenes of the Eastern Shore.
NEWS
By Michael Shelden and Michael Shelden,Special to the sun | April 14, 1996
"Bram Stoker: A Biography of the Author of Dracula," by Barbara Belford, Knopf, 384 pages, $30 For nearly 100 years, the world has assumed that Bram Stoker's "Dracula" is merely an escapist work of supernatural lust and violence, but Barbara Belford's biography of Stoker completely alters our understanding of the classic tale. Her extensive research in archives on both sides of the Atlantic has opened up a fascinating autobiographical dimension to the book, one that helps to explain not only the powerful appeal of the nocturnal Count but also the strange character of his creator.
NEWS
February 22, 1998
Fontaine Maury Belford, 57, English literature professorDr. Fontaine Maury Belford, a former English literature professor at Goucher College, died Jan. 31 in a Cincinnati hospice after a long battle with non-Hodgkins lymphoma. She was 57.Dr. Belford taught at Goucher between 1968 and 1982. During her tenure, she founded and directed the Goucher Center for Educational Resources, a program for returning students.In 1987, Dr. Belford moved to Cincinnati, where she was dean of the Union Institute graduate school.
NEWS
September 9, 1997
Names in the newsThe Red Cross Central Maryland Chapter named Bob Belford volunteer of the month for August. Already an active responder at local disasters, Belford recently began volunteering as a dispatcher. He has experience in the field of firefighting, which has proved valuable to his role with the Red Cross Disaster Assistance Team.North Arundel Hospital presented its "People Who Care" award to three employees in recognition of commitment, compassion and outstanding service. Honorees were: Cardiology Department secretary Amy Johnson of Pasadena; building engineer David McGunigale of Glen Burnie; case manager Deborah VanOrden of Pasadena.
NEWS
By Michael Shelden and Michael Shelden,Special to the sun | April 14, 1996
"Bram Stoker: A Biography of the Author of Dracula," by Barbara Belford, Knopf, 384 pages, $30 For nearly 100 years, the world has assumed that Bram Stoker's "Dracula" is merely an escapist work of supernatural lust and violence, but Barbara Belford's biography of Stoker completely alters our understanding of the classic tale. Her extensive research in archives on both sides of the Atlantic has opened up a fascinating autobiographical dimension to the book, one that helps to explain not only the powerful appeal of the nocturnal Count but also the strange character of his creator.
SPORTS
By From Staff Reports | March 26, 1995
Brian Belford had three goals and two assists to lead UMBC over Virginia Military, 13-9, yesterday before 515 at UMBC Stadium.The Retrievers (4-3) have won three straight and are above .500 for the first time this season. UMBC, which never trailed, took a 10-1 halftime lead but had to withstand a 6-1 second-half run by the Keydets.John Ripley scored back-to-back goals to cut the gap to 12-9 with 2:14 remaining, but UMBC held the ball until Belford finished the scoring with nine seconds left.
NEWS
April 4, 1994
Sir Robert Cockburn, a British radar specialist who helped hamper the ability of German radar to spot British and U.S. bombers during World War II, died March 21 in Aldershot, southwest of London. He was 85. Sir Robert was born in Belford, Northumberland, studied at London University and did research on communications and radar from 1937 to 1945. He headed a group of engineers and scientists who worked on measures to defeat Germany's electronic systems, including radar.@
BUSINESS
By New York Times News Service | September 6, 1993
Barbara Belford, an author in New York, recently decided to get a new personal computer to replace her 6-year-old model. She consulted a computer expert, a friend who advised her that since she would use it mainly for writing and editing, she didn't need anything too fancy.So much for reasoned advice. Ms. Belford bought a "screamer," a machine equipped with a turbocharged microprocessor, a hulking hard disk for storing a library of programs and a compact disk player that can reproduce everything from dictionaries to movies.
BUSINESS
By New York Times News Service | September 6, 1993
Barbara Belford, an author in New York, recently decided to get a new personal computer to replace her 6-year-old model. She consulted a computer expert, a friend who advised her that since she would use it mainly for writing and editing, she didn't need anything too fancy.So much for reasoned advice. Ms. Belford bought a "screamer," a machine equipped with a turbocharged microprocessor, a hulking hard disk for storing a library of programs and a compact disk player that can reproduce everything from dictionaries to movies.
SPORTS
By From Staff Reports | March 5, 1995
PISCATAWAY, N.J. -- Ryan Cherry and Brian Belford each scored two goals as UMBC defeated Rutgers, 9-6, yesterday.With the game tied 5-5 at the half, the Retrievers scored four goals in the third to make it 9-5. Matt Shearer, Chad Henry, Tome Reilly and Joe Wojciechowski each scored for UMBC (1-1) in the third.Ryan O'Shea and Matt Kopley led Rutgers (0-1) with two goals apiece.Chris Brown had 14 saves for UMBC.
NEWS
By John A. Morris and John A. Morris,Staff Writer | November 13, 1992
A light bulb went off in Jim Belford's head while he was scuba diving off the Florida coast.The Lake Shore resident had an idea to make the battery-operated "scuba tows" he used to pull himself through the water go farther.Frustrated by having to recharge every half hour, he initially just wanted to replace the battery with compressed air. But now, years later, he says he may have revolutionized the motor in a way that could change everything from car engines to refrigerators to power tools.
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