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By Donna W. Payne and Donna W. Payne,SPECIAL TO THE SUN | November 26, 2003
Late Thursday night, Leonard and Barbara Pozor arrived in Howard County from their home in Poland on a visit to family here. By 9:30 a.m. the next day, the Pozors were scrunched into child-size seating in the Elkridge Elementary School cafeteria, along with granddaughter, Ola Pozor, and about 100 other first-graders, their parents and grandparents. Like most of the other adults there, the elder Pozors wore big smiles as they took in the sights of Elkridge Elementary's traditional Friday-before-Thanksgiving "Grandparents and Special Persons Day."
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January 14, 2006
JOHN ALDEN PAUL 1910-2005, 96, a former resident of Palm Beach and Jacksonville, Florida and longtime summer resident of Cashiers, North Carolina, passed away on December 30, 2005. He was the son of the late Alexander and Marie Paul of Watertown, Florida. He attended the Canterbury School in New Milford, Connecticut, the University of Virginia, and received a law degree from the University of Florida in 1934. Mr. Paul practiced law for over 40 years in Palm Beach County, Florida. He served on the Board of Governors of the Florida Bar and was a member of its Judicial Section Revision Committee.
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January 14, 2006
JOHN ALDEN PAUL 1910-2005, 96, a former resident of Palm Beach and Jacksonville, Florida and longtime summer resident of Cashiers, North Carolina, passed away on December 30, 2005. He was the son of the late Alexander and Marie Paul of Watertown, Florida. He attended the Canterbury School in New Milford, Connecticut, the University of Virginia, and received a law degree from the University of Florida in 1934. Mr. Paul practiced law for over 40 years in Palm Beach County, Florida. He served on the Board of Governors of the Florida Bar and was a member of its Judicial Section Revision Committee.
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By Donna W. Payne and Donna W. Payne,SPECIAL TO THE SUN | November 26, 2003
Late Thursday night, Leonard and Barbara Pozor arrived in Howard County from their home in Poland on a visit to family here. By 9:30 a.m. the next day, the Pozors were scrunched into child-size seating in the Elkridge Elementary School cafeteria, along with granddaughter, Ola Pozor, and about 100 other first-graders, their parents and grandparents. Like most of the other adults there, the elder Pozors wore big smiles as they took in the sights of Elkridge Elementary's traditional Friday-before-Thanksgiving "Grandparents and Special Persons Day."
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August 14, 2009
On August 10, 2009 John Richard Alden Funeral services will be held on Saturday, August 15th at 4 P.M. at Atholton Seventh-day Adventist Church, 6520 Martin Road, Columbia, MD, with visitation beginning at 3 P.M. Interment will conclude on Monday, August 17th at 1 P.M. in Pleasant View Memorial Gardens, Martinsburg, W.VA. Contributions may be made in his memory to: ADRA International, 12501 Old Columbia Pike, Silver Spring, MD 20904.
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By Sandra McKee and Sandra McKee,Sun Reporter | October 13, 2006
CHESAPEAKE CITY -- Behind the black wooden fences that spread as far as the eye can see under a painterly sky, stallions Two Punch and Not For Love graze contentedly in their paddocks. They are the two top dogs on land where Northern Dancer, one of racing's greatest sires, once held court. They are also the top two sires in the region and the top two active sires of Maryland Million Day winners. Maryland Million Day Tomorrow, 12:35 p.m., Laurel Park TV: Ch. 54, 4 p.m. State stallions, Leading Maryland stallions, followed by their current status and the number of offspring who have won Maryland Million Day races: Horse Status Winners Allen's Prospect Deceased 19 Deputed Testamony Retired 11 *Caveat Deceased 10 Horatius Deceased 10 *Two Punch Active 10 Citidancer Retired 8 *Not For Love Active 8 *Smarten Deceased 7 Salutely Deceased 6 Carnivalay Deceased 5 Deputy Minister Deceased 5 Norquestor Deceased 5 *Polish Numbers Deceased 5 Rollicking Deceased 5 *Waquoit Active 5 Dancing Count Deceased 4 John Alden Deceased 4 Valley Crossing Active 4 *-Northview Stallions
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By FROM STAFF REPORTS | March 19, 2004
Team Kan-Do, the only Maryland entry to date in the next Volvo Ocean Race Round the World, has chosen two Annapolis companies to design its Volvo 70 boat and develop its sails. Farr Yacht Design and North Sails were selected by the Annapolis-based team after reviewing proposals from groups around the world. Syndicate founders John Alden and Patrick Bischoff cited the success of Farr and North Sails in previous Volvo races. Farr has designed the overall winning boat in each Volvo Ocean Race since 1985.
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November 18, 1998
Ahlam al-Tikriti, 44, the wife of Iraqi leader Saddam Hussein's half-brother, has died in Geneva. The cause of death was not clear, but she reportedly had been receiving treatment for breast cancer. A hospital spokeswoman confirmed the death but declined to give the cause or say when it occurred.Douglas W. Alden, 86, a scholar of French literature and a lTC descendant of Pilgrim leader John Alden, died Sunday in Charlottesville, Va. He was a specialist on novelist Marcel Proust. He also was a former president of the American Association of Teachers of French.
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By Special to The Sun | October 23, 1993
CHARLES TOWN, W.Va. -- Hal C. B. Clagett's Run Alden heads a field of eight 2-year-olds scheduled to go in today's 32nd running of the $61,475 Tri-State Futurity at the Charles Town Races.The Tri-State, a seven-furlong test for 2-year-olds foaled in Maryland, Virginia or West Virginia, is one of only a few true futurities in the United States with the offspring of all mares nominated before foaling with no supplemental nominations.Run Alden, a Maryland-bred son of John Alden out of Run Equine Run, comes off a 2 1/2 -length victory over a field of 13 Maryland-sired 2-year-olds in the seven-panel Maryland Million Nursery at Laurel Race Course on Oct. 6. The John J. Robb-trained youngster will carry top weight of 124 pounds under the allowance conditions of the Tri-State, much of it in the form of jockey Greg Hutton.
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By FROM STAFF REPORTS | March 1, 2005
Declan's Moon, the early Kentucky Derby favorite scheduled to make his 3-year-old debut Saturday in California, has been named 2004 Maryland-bred Horse of the Year in an annual poll conducted by the Maryland Horse Breeders Association. Bred by Brice Ridgely at his Spring Meadow Farm in Cookesville, Declan's Moon won all four of his races as a 2-year-old and captured the Eclipse award as outstanding 2-year-old male. He is the first 2-year-old to become Maryland-bred Horse of the Year since Devil's Bag in 1983.
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By Frederick N. Rasmussen, The Baltimore Sun | May 12, 2010
Elizabeth M. Haines, a homemaker and longtime hospital volunteer, died Saturday of multiple organ failure at the Presbyterian Home of Maryland in Towson. She was 91. Elizabeth Lamb Mattison, the daughter of a newspaper reporter and a pianist, was born in Seattle and raised in Rutland, Vt. She was a 1936 graduate of Bennington High School and earned a bachelor's degree in 1940 in business from Russell Sage College in Troy, N.Y. After graduation, Mrs. Haine worked as a secretary at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology and later at Harvard College, where she was secretary to the director of the Fogg Art Museum.
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By Fred Rasmussen and Fred Rasmussen,SUN STAFF | March 28, 1996
Roberta M. Daiger, who was known at the state Mass Transit Administration for her skills as an administrator and pinochle player, died of cancer March 20 at her home in Carney. She was 72.Known as Bobby, she had been with the MTA since 1977. At the time of her death, she was a capital program administrator whose responsibilities included collecting, processing and reporting information used by other administrators to assess the status of MTA capital improvements."She kept track of projects and schedule adherence, and had been involved with the Metro, light rail, bus, MARC and freight service," said Matthew Citron, MTA manager of capital project programming.
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