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July 23, 2006
ARNOLD BLUMBERG, professor of History at Towson University for forty years, passed away in Jerusalem on July 10, 2006. He was born in Philadelphia in 1925, the son of Dr. and Mrs. Louis Blumberg, and served in the United States army during World Was II. In 1952 he earned his Ph. D from the University of Pennsylvania. A devoted husband, father and grandfather, he is survived by his wife of 51 years, Thelma Alpert Blumberg. Children are Raphael Blumberg and Eva Blumberg Livnat of Israel, Michael Blumberg of Baltimore, son-in-law Noam Livnat, and daughter-in-law Mona Frankovitz Blumberg.
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By Liz F. Kay and Liz F. Kay,liz.kay@baltsun.com | August 2, 2009
Santa's other sleigh is a catamaran. Volunteers for Santa Claus Anonymous offered people Hobie Catamaran rides around the Inner Harbor on Saturday in exchange for donations to its third annual "Santa Sails" fundraiser. Founded during the Great Depression by Theodore R. McKeldin, who later served two terms as Baltimore's mayor and two terms as Maryland's governor, Santa Claus Anonymous gives families in Baltimore and the surrounding counties gift certificates to purchase Christmas gifts each year.
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December 30, 2003
ON December 29, 2003 SYLVIABLUMBERG (nee Hoffman), beloved wife of the late Herman Blumberg; loving mother of Rochelle Hollander of Annapolis, MD and Nanette Gertner of Owings Mills, MD; loving mother-in-law of Ronald Hollander; adored grandmother of Jill Hornstein, Ryan Gertner, Suzanne, Jonathan and Alice Hollander. Services and interment at Workmen's Circle Cemetery, German Hill Rd, on Tuesday December 30 at 10 a.m. Please omit flowers. In mourning at 11901 Greenspring Ave, Owings Mills, MD (21117)
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September 15, 2008
On Friday, September 12, 2008 HERBERT LEE ZALIS of Rockville, MD. Beloved husband of the late Dorene W. Zalis; son of the late Anna and Milton Zalis, and brother of the late Goldene Blumberg. He is survived by his beloved children, Marla J. Zalis, Kara (Brian) Zalis-Hecker, Michael Zalis and Mickey (Carol) Zalis; beloved sister Elise Idas; brother-in-law Hershel Blumberg; cherished grandchildren Joseph (Lauren) Zalis, Zachary and Isaac Zalis and many loving nieces and nephews. Graveside services will be held today, September 15 at 11 A.M. at Beth Tfiloh Cemetery, 5800 Windsor Mill Road, Baltimore.
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January 4, 2004
On December 30, 2003, JUDITH ARDEN (nee Toler), beloved wife of Andrew S. Blumberg; devoted mother of Jessica L.; loving daughter of Dumay and Dorothy Toler; dear sister of Cynthia Nelson and Laurence Toler. Also survived by many friends and relatives. A Memorial Service will be held at St. David's Church, 4700 Roland Avenue on Tuesday, January 20, 2004 at 4:30 P.M. Interment Private. In lieu of flowers, contributions may be made in Judy's memory to the National Multiple Sclerosis Society, Maryland Chapter, 10946 Beaver Dam Road, Suite E, Hunt Valley, MD 21030.
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By Frederick N. Rasmussen and Frederick N. Rasmussen,SUN STAFF | July 3, 2003
Norma Ray Blumberg, a retired librarian and branch manager for the Enoch Pratt Free Library, died of respiratory failure Friday at Greater Baltimore Medical Center. She was 81. Born and raised Norma Ray Bennett in Cairns, Australia, she earned her bachelor's degree in 1943 in Latin and Greek from the University of Queensland. In 1944, while working for Australian Naval Intelligence in Brisbane, she met and married her husband, Stanley E. Blumberg, a U.S. Navy officer. The couple moved to Baltimore in 1946 and lived for many years on Ridgedale Road in Mount Washington.
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By Doug Donovan and Doug Donovan,SUN STAFF | January 2, 2004
Judith A. Blumberg, an accomplished graphic artist and painter, died of complications from multiple sclerosis Tuesday at St. Joseph Medical Center in Towson. The Rodgers Forge resident was 51. Born Judith Toler in Baltimore, Mrs. Blumberg graduated from Northern High School in 1970 and attended Maryland Institute College of Art for a year. In 1973, she graduated with a bachelor of fine arts degree from Stratford College in Danville, Va. She worked as a graphic artist at several Baltimore-area studios and advertising agencies before landing a job at Blue Cross and Blue Shield of Maryland in 1981.
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By Fred Rasmussen and Fred Rasmussen,SUN STAFF | February 27, 1996
Stanley A. Blumberg, a Baltimore author, inventor and Middle Eastern expert who collaborated on two books about nuclear physicist Edward Teller, died yesterday of heart failure at his Mount Washington residence. He was 83.Armed with his ever-present pipe and ballpoint, Mr. Blumberg produced a torrent of articles over the years that encompassed a wide variety of issues from science to economics and the affairs of Israel.It was on a visit to Israel that Mr. Blumberg noticed Dr. Teller standing outside of a Tel Aviv hotel, introduced himself to the man often called the father of the hydrogen bomb, and asked why no one had written his biography.
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By Julie Bykowicz | July 29, 2008
One of Maryland's longest-missing fugitives, who was recaptured in February after 43 years on the run, was granted parole yesterday. But Willie Parker, 82, ailing and in a wheelchair, isn't going anywhere. Now he has to contend with federal authorities who think he might owe them prison time, too. Parker absconded from an Eastern Shore boot camp in 1965, where he was serving time in a federal marijuana possession case and for violating state probation on a robbery case from years earlier.
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By Greg Garland and Greg Garland,Sun reporter | November 10, 2007
Avoiding the glare of a media spotlight he once craved, Arthur H. Bremer was quietly released from a state prison in Hagerstown in the predawn hours yesterday - 35 years after shooting and paralyzing former Alabama Gov. George Wallace at a 1972 campaign rally in Maryland. Rick Binetti, a spokesman for the Department of Public Safety and Correctional Services, said Bremer will stay in Maryland but would not say where he will reside. "The department feels that the public's interest is best served by Arthur Bremer having the time to acclimate to today's world at his own pace, and also with anonymity," Binetti said.
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By Greg Garland and Jennifer Skalka and Greg Garland and Jennifer Skalka,Sun reporters | August 25, 2007
When Arthur Bremer walks out of a Maryland prison in a few months after 35 years behind bars, the would-be assassin will leave without having received psychological or mental health treatment that could have helped him adjust to life on the outside, the state's Parole Commission chairman said yesterday. Bremer, who shot Democratic presidential candidate George C. Wallace in Laurel in 1972, has refused to participate in mental health treatment programs while incarcerated, said David R. Blumberg, chairman of the commission, adding that it could be made a condition of Bremer's release that he see a counselor regularly and that he could be returned to prison if he didn't comply.
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July 23, 2006
ARNOLD BLUMBERG, professor of History at Towson University for forty years, passed away in Jerusalem on July 10, 2006. He was born in Philadelphia in 1925, the son of Dr. and Mrs. Louis Blumberg, and served in the United States army during World Was II. In 1952 he earned his Ph. D from the University of Pennsylvania. A devoted husband, father and grandfather, he is survived by his wife of 51 years, Thelma Alpert Blumberg. Children are Raphael Blumberg and Eva Blumberg Livnat of Israel, Michael Blumberg of Baltimore, son-in-law Noam Livnat, and daughter-in-law Mona Frankovitz Blumberg.
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By MATTHEW DOLAN and MATTHEW DOLAN,SUN REPORTER | March 11, 2006
A federal judge ordered a 47-year-old Baltimore man to prison for almost five years yesterday for tricking sports fans into sending their personal credit card information to fake ticket-sales companies. U.S. District Judge Andre M. Davis sentenced Stuart Blumberg to 57 months in prison for his part in the conspiracy. Davis also ordered Blumberg to pay almost $300,000 in restitution. According to the statement of facts presented at his guilty plea in November, Blumberg, Bruce Schein and several others placed newspaper and magazine advertisements from 1999 until 2004, saying they had tickets for sale to sporting events.
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