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November 9, 2003
On November 6, 2003, BEATRICE JOYCE BOARDMAN (nee Schroeder); devoted wife of the late Herbert E. Boardman, Sr.; loving daughter of the late Beatrice Schroeder; survived by four children, Jack Olsen, Susan Jetley, Beth Boardman and Herb Boardman. Also survived by eleven grandchildren and four great-grandchildren. Services private. The family request donations be made to the Gilchrist Center for Hospice Care, 6601 N. Charles St., Baltimore, MD, 21204.
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March 3, 2008
On MARCH 1, 2008 ELIZABETH (nee Leonard) of Baltimore. Funeral arrangements are being handled by THE JOHNSON FUNERAL HOME, P.A. Notice of services will be posted on Tuesday.
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SPORTS
By Doug Brown and Doug Brown,Staff Writer | February 27, 1993
The Spirit was 13 goals into its first National Professional Soccer League season and things were not going well. The Spirit had only two of those goals."
NEWS
By Justin Fenton and Justin Fenton,Sun reporter | September 9, 2006
J.D. Urbach says if you can't beat 'em, join 'em. The 31-year-old Essex resident believes that with the Republicans in control of Congress and the White House, Maryland residents in the 2nd Congressional District are being left out when it comes to federal dollars because their two-term representative, C.A. Dutch Ruppersberger, is a Democrat. "Sending Democrats to Washington takes money out of our pockets," Urbach said. Four challengers jumped into the race on the final filing day to ensure that Ruppersberger's bid for a third term has opposition.
SPORTS
By BOSTON GLOBE | July 14, 1998
CORK, Ireland -- Chris Boardman, who wore the leader's yellow jersey for the first two days, crashed yesterday and fractured his left wrist, knocking him out of the Tour de France.About 90 minutes away from the finish of the 127-mile second stage, Boardman's front wheel clipped the rear wheel of teammate Frederic Moncassin's bike. Boardman's helmet hit a stone fence, cutting his forehead.Tour doctor David Curtis said Boardman, the gold medalist in the 1992 Olympics in pursuit, had a fractured left wrist, as well as cuts and bruises to his face.
SPORTS
By Doug Brown | February 26, 1997
The Spirit brought back an old friend just before the Monday midnight deadline for making roster changes before the National Professional Soccer League playoffs.Defender Steve Boardman, 32, who scored 55 points for the Spirit in 1992-93, signed for the rest of the season. Now coach of St. Paul's soccer teams, Boardman last played, if only briefly, in the NPSL after being traded to the Harrisburg Heat in the Franklin McIntosh deal in December 1994."With Ronnie Simmons bothered by an old hip injury and Jason Dieter struggling with a new knee injury, we wanted to find someone who could step in as a defender should either injury diminish our roster," general manager Drew Forrester said.
NEWS
August 27, 1998
HARFORD VOTERS, who elect their entire county council regardless of where they live, have contested primaries in both parties in Districts A and C, but none in District B, the Joppa-Fallston area.In A, which includes Edgewood, Christopher Clark Boardman is running against Samuel T. Gibson III for the Democratic nomination. It is as civil a race as you'll find, with each candidate complimenting the other.Mr. Boardman, 51, whose eclectic resume ranges from nurse to true-crime writer for detective magazines, may be best known locally for fighting to save a community swim club in Joppatowne.
NEWS
By Edward Lee and Edward Lee,SUN STAFF | May 11, 1998
Five minutes after a three-hour mathematics final began Thursday morning, a fire alarm forced students at the Johns Hopkins University to stand outside for 15 minutes before they could return to finish the exam.Less than 12 hours later, about two dozen of the 135 students who took the Calculus 3 final expressed concerns that some had taken copies of the exam outside and discussed some of the questions.Today, Professor John M. Boardman will open a forum at 1 p.m. at Kreiger Hall to review students' concerns and consider potential options.
NEWS
By Alan J. Craver and Alan J. Craver,Staff writer | May 10, 1992
A would-be film producer from Darlington forged his partner's signature on checks totaling $14,000 and diverted the money into his own accounts, a prosecutor told a county Circuit Court jury last week.The defendant, John Ward Tower, created an "investment scam" under the guise of producing a film to be titled "Cocoa Beans," but the movie was never made and investors never received their money, the prosecutor said in opening statements.But Tower's attorney argued that the case is a vendetta against his client by a former movie partner.
BUSINESS
By Thomas Easton and Thomas Easton,New York Bureau of The Sun | October 21, 1990
NEW YORK -- The global slowdown in business activity is rough on stock prices and wage earners, but for at least one market it means better times ahead."
NEWS
November 9, 2003
On November 6, 2003, BEATRICE JOYCE BOARDMAN (nee Schroeder); devoted wife of the late Herbert E. Boardman, Sr.; loving daughter of the late Beatrice Schroeder; survived by four children, Jack Olsen, Susan Jetley, Beth Boardman and Herb Boardman. Also survived by eleven grandchildren and four great-grandchildren. Services private. The family request donations be made to the Gilchrist Center for Hospice Care, 6601 N. Charles St., Baltimore, MD, 21204.
NEWS
October 6, 2000
Edwin F. Walters, 91, USF&G superintendent Edwin F. Walters, who retired as superintendent of the field accounting department at United States Fidelity and Guaranty Co., died Sunday of an aneurysm at his home at Versailles Apartments in Towson. He was 91. Mr. Walters joined USF&G as an office boy in 1923. In 1946, he was promoted to group leader in the bookkeeping department and then superintendent of the field accounting department, where he was responsible for the firm's U.S. and Canadian accounting offices.
TOPIC
December 5, 1999
Already established as one of the leading cartoonists of his era, Boardman Robinson was hired by The Sun to provide visual commentary on the disarmament conference of 1921-1922. He was the first example of The Sun's willingness to take on cartoonists more liberal, or to the left, of the paper's editorial policies.He used this opportunity to campaign for peace, having used his talents in vain to oppose U.S. entry into World War I. But always a sharp observer, his drawing warned Baltimore Sun readers of the danger of secret deals hardly in keeping with the Wilsonian ideal of open treaties openly arrived at. His skepticism about these efforts to prevent another world war unfortunately proved all too accurate.
NEWS
By Dan Thanh Dang and Dan Thanh Dang,SUN STAFF | October 23, 1999
In the wee hours of the morning, Roberta Boardman recently awoke bleary-eyed to the sound of metal scraping against stone and the beep-beep-beep of a backhoe backing up in the yard next door.What the Cockeysville woman found several hours later was a pile of rubble that once was her neighbor's 145-year-old stone house. The structure had been at the center of a heated battle over historic preservation.Yesterday, Baltimore County officials continued their investigation into who illegally demolished the house without permits as a county councilman called for stiffer penalties to deter violators.
NEWS
August 27, 1998
HARFORD VOTERS, who elect their entire county council regardless of where they live, have contested primaries in both parties in Districts A and C, but none in District B, the Joppa-Fallston area.In A, which includes Edgewood, Christopher Clark Boardman is running against Samuel T. Gibson III for the Democratic nomination. It is as civil a race as you'll find, with each candidate complimenting the other.Mr. Boardman, 51, whose eclectic resume ranges from nurse to true-crime writer for detective magazines, may be best known locally for fighting to save a community swim club in Joppatowne.
SPORTS
By BOSTON GLOBE | July 14, 1998
CORK, Ireland -- Chris Boardman, who wore the leader's yellow jersey for the first two days, crashed yesterday and fractured his left wrist, knocking him out of the Tour de France.About 90 minutes away from the finish of the 127-mile second stage, Boardman's front wheel clipped the rear wheel of teammate Frederic Moncassin's bike. Boardman's helmet hit a stone fence, cutting his forehead.Tour doctor David Curtis said Boardman, the gold medalist in the 1992 Olympics in pursuit, had a fractured left wrist, as well as cuts and bruises to his face.
NEWS
By Alan J. Craver and Alan J. Craver,Staff writer | February 10, 1991
A would-be film producer from Darlington was indicted Tuesday by a county grand jury on charges of forging his partner's signature on checks totaling $14,000.John W. Tower, cousin of former Republican Sen. John Tower of Texas, was charged with 38 counts of forgery following a 16-month investigation by the Bel Air Police Department, court records show.Tower, 37, also was charged with three counts of failing to file state tax returns and one count each of filing false state tax returns, theft and fraudulent misappropriation of funds.
NEWS
By Edward Lee and Edward Lee,SUN STAFF | May 11, 1998
Five minutes after a three-hour mathematics final began Thursday morning, a fire alarm forced students at the Johns Hopkins University to stand outside for 15 minutes before they could return to finish the exam.Less than 12 hours later, about two dozen of the 135 students who took the Calculus 3 final expressed concerns that some had taken copies of the exam outside and discussed some of the questions.Today, Professor John M. Boardman will open a forum at 1 p.m. at Kreiger Hall to review students' concerns and consider potential options.
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