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By Jacques Kelly | August 6, 2009
Juliana Schamp, who had evaluated mental health treatment facilities for the state, died in her sleep Monday at the Edenwald retirement community. The former Ten Hills resident was 86. Born Juliana Reese in Massillon, Ohio, she earned a bachelor's degree from Miami University of Ohio, where she met her future husband, Homer W. Schamp Jr., a physicist. She earned a master's degree from Ohio State University. They married in 1948 and lived in the Netherlands from 1952 until 1954, when her husband became director of the Institute of Molecular Physics at the University of Maryland, College Park.
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By Jacques Kelly | August 6, 2009
Juliana Schamp, who had evaluated mental health treatment facilities for the state, died in her sleep Monday at the Edenwald retirement community. The former Ten Hills resident was 86. Born Juliana Reese in Massillon, Ohio, she earned a bachelor's degree from Miami University of Ohio, where she met her future husband, Homer W. Schamp Jr., a physicist. She earned a master's degree from Ohio State University. They married in 1948 and lived in the Netherlands from 1952 until 1954, when her husband became director of the Institute of Molecular Physics at the University of Maryland, College Park.
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By Ted Kooser and Ted Kooser,Special to the Sun | May 13, 2007
I've talked a lot in this column about poetry as celebration, about the way in which a poem can make an ordinary experience seem quite special. Here's the celebration of a moment on a campus somewhere, anywhere. The poet is Juliana Gray, who lives in New York. I especially like the little comic surprise with which it closes. - Ted Kooser "Summer Downpour on Campus" When clouds turn heavy, rich and mottled as an oyster bed, when the temperature drops so fast that fog conjures itself inside the cars, as if the parking lots were filled with row upon row of lovers, when my umbrella veils my face and threatens to reverse itself at every gust of wind, and rain lashes my legs and the hem of my skirt, but I am walking to meet a man who'll buy me coffee and kiss my fingers - what can be more beautiful, then, than these boys sprinting through the storm, laughing, shouldering the rain aside, running to their dorms, perhaps to class, carrying, like torches, their useless shoes?
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By Ted Kooser and Ted Kooser,Special to the Sun | May 13, 2007
I've talked a lot in this column about poetry as celebration, about the way in which a poem can make an ordinary experience seem quite special. Here's the celebration of a moment on a campus somewhere, anywhere. The poet is Juliana Gray, who lives in New York. I especially like the little comic surprise with which it closes. - Ted Kooser "Summer Downpour on Campus" When clouds turn heavy, rich and mottled as an oyster bed, when the temperature drops so fast that fog conjures itself inside the cars, as if the parking lots were filled with row upon row of lovers, when my umbrella veils my face and threatens to reverse itself at every gust of wind, and rain lashes my legs and the hem of my skirt, but I am walking to meet a man who'll buy me coffee and kiss my fingers - what can be more beautiful, then, than these boys sprinting through the storm, laughing, shouldering the rain aside, running to their dorms, perhaps to class, carrying, like torches, their useless shoes?
NEWS
February 11, 2005
On Tuesday, February 8, 2005 ARLENE M. GHIO (nee Johnson); beloved wife of William "Bill" Ghio; devoted mother of Chris Barco, Brian Barco and wife Michele; dearest grandmother of Natalie and Juliana Barco; loving daughter of Marie Johnson. Friends may call Schimunek Funeral Home Inc., 610 W. Mac Phail Rd., (Rte. 24) on Friday from 4 to 8 P.M. A Funeral Mass will be celebrated at St. Margaret Church, Bel Air on Saturday at 11 A.M. In lieu of flowers please make donations in Arlene's name to the John Hopkins University Pancreatic Cancer Research Program at John Hopkins Hospital, Department of Pathology, Room 2242, Weinberg Building, 401 N. Broadway St., Baltimore, MD 21231.
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By John Muncie and John Muncie,Special to the Sun | July 20, 2003
Reunion, by Alan Lightman. Pantheon Books. 240 pages. $22. Can it have been only 10 years ago that Einstein's Dreams was published? That first novel by Alan Lightman was an exhilarating exploration of inspiration and intellect. It was a small book bursting with wit and energy. Lightman's latest is also small, but the comparisons end there. Reunion is an overwrought meditation on the lost passions of youth told in a voice full of age and regret. The reunion of the title is both a framing device and a metaphor.
FEATURES
January 27, 1999
``The book 'Sleepy Dog' by Harriet Ziefert is a funny one about a dog named Sleepy Dog. While asleep Sleepy Dog has many interesting, exciting and scary dreams. Read this book amd learn about Sleepy Dog's dreams.''- Shakia DawkinsLeith Walk Elementary`` 'The Very Best Easter Bunny' by Ann Braybooks is a very good book because Winnie the Pooh has to dress up as a bunny and his costume is floppy and loose, and droopy. But it's cool too, when Tigger jumps and falls on the table.''- Juliana OldewurtelSeneca Elementary``My favorite book is 'Outrageous 3-D Reptiles' by Ian Boyd.
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By Dave Barry and Dave Barry,Knight Ridder / Tribune | February 18, 2001
Sometimes people ask me: "Dave, what is the essence of parenthood?" I always answer: "Lowering your standards." For example, recently I was in a restaurant, having a bite to eat with my brother-in-law, Steve. And when I say "having a bite to eat," I mean "not having a bite to eat," because also on hand were my daughter, Sophie, who is 11 months old, and Steve's daughter, Juliana, who is 15 months old. They're "toddlers," which means they have figured out how to walk, but they have no destination in mind.
ENTERTAINMENT
By J. D. Considine and J. D. Considine,Sun Pop Music Critic | June 2, 1995
April was not a good month for Juliana Hatfield.Midway through a warm-up tour in support of her new album, "Only Everything," Hatfield got sick. Very sick. "I kind of had, like, a breakdown," she says, her tiny voice barely a whisper over the phone from New York. "A physical collapse or something. I had to go into the hospital. I had to convalesce for a while."She doesn't divulge the diagnosis but allows that too much pressure and too many promotional activities played a part. "April was just a really [lousy]
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By Joe Mathews and Joe Mathews,SPECIAL TO THE SUN | September 29, 1997
ALBANY, N.Y. -- When it was dedicated in 1973, the Empire State Plaza -- an enormous government complex on a platform above a hill in New York's capital city -- was dismissed as one of the great urban boondoggles, a monument to the ego of Gov. Nelson A. Rockefeller.Architecture critics derided it as a monster. Government watchdogs lamented the $2 billion cost, most of which went to various forms of graft. Passionate locals denounced Rockefeller for destroying an old ethnic neighborhood to build a government center far out of proportion to the rest of Albany, an old Dutch city of 100,000.
NEWS
February 11, 2005
On Tuesday, February 8, 2005 ARLENE M. GHIO (nee Johnson); beloved wife of William "Bill" Ghio; devoted mother of Chris Barco, Brian Barco and wife Michele; dearest grandmother of Natalie and Juliana Barco; loving daughter of Marie Johnson. Friends may call Schimunek Funeral Home Inc., 610 W. Mac Phail Rd., (Rte. 24) on Friday from 4 to 8 P.M. A Funeral Mass will be celebrated at St. Margaret Church, Bel Air on Saturday at 11 A.M. In lieu of flowers please make donations in Arlene's name to the John Hopkins University Pancreatic Cancer Research Program at John Hopkins Hospital, Department of Pathology, Room 2242, Weinberg Building, 401 N. Broadway St., Baltimore, MD 21231.
ENTERTAINMENT
By John Muncie and John Muncie,Special to the Sun | July 20, 2003
Reunion, by Alan Lightman. Pantheon Books. 240 pages. $22. Can it have been only 10 years ago that Einstein's Dreams was published? That first novel by Alan Lightman was an exhilarating exploration of inspiration and intellect. It was a small book bursting with wit and energy. Lightman's latest is also small, but the comparisons end there. Reunion is an overwrought meditation on the lost passions of youth told in a voice full of age and regret. The reunion of the title is both a framing device and a metaphor.
NEWS
By Dave Barry and Dave Barry,Knight Ridder / Tribune | February 18, 2001
Sometimes people ask me: "Dave, what is the essence of parenthood?" I always answer: "Lowering your standards." For example, recently I was in a restaurant, having a bite to eat with my brother-in-law, Steve. And when I say "having a bite to eat," I mean "not having a bite to eat," because also on hand were my daughter, Sophie, who is 11 months old, and Steve's daughter, Juliana, who is 15 months old. They're "toddlers," which means they have figured out how to walk, but they have no destination in mind.
FEATURES
January 27, 1999
``The book 'Sleepy Dog' by Harriet Ziefert is a funny one about a dog named Sleepy Dog. While asleep Sleepy Dog has many interesting, exciting and scary dreams. Read this book amd learn about Sleepy Dog's dreams.''- Shakia DawkinsLeith Walk Elementary`` 'The Very Best Easter Bunny' by Ann Braybooks is a very good book because Winnie the Pooh has to dress up as a bunny and his costume is floppy and loose, and droopy. But it's cool too, when Tigger jumps and falls on the table.''- Juliana OldewurtelSeneca Elementary``My favorite book is 'Outrageous 3-D Reptiles' by Ian Boyd.
ENTERTAINMENT
By J. D. Considine and J. D. Considine,Sun Pop Music Critic | June 2, 1995
April was not a good month for Juliana Hatfield.Midway through a warm-up tour in support of her new album, "Only Everything," Hatfield got sick. Very sick. "I kind of had, like, a breakdown," she says, her tiny voice barely a whisper over the phone from New York. "A physical collapse or something. I had to go into the hospital. I had to convalesce for a while."She doesn't divulge the diagnosis but allows that too much pressure and too many promotional activities played a part. "April was just a really [lousy]
EXPLORE
By Steve Jones | January 6, 2013
Like all parents, John and Tammy Carver face daily challenges in trying to raise a large brood. But for the Manchester couple, who have adopted six youngsters from orphanages in Russia and Belarus between 1997 and 2004, those challenges also include helping their youngest child fight cancer. Juliana Carver, 11, is now in the middle of 36 weeks of chemotherapy, most of which is performed on an in-patient basis at Baltimore's Sinai Hospital. "I'm a little bit tired," said Juliana, who is being treated by a team of three oncologists.
NEWS
January 12, 2006
On January 11, 2006, MONICA DENISE MAIRA of Westminster, beloved wife of Louis Maira, devoted mother of Michael Maira and his wife Keely and Janine Wilson and her husband Scott, loving sister of Danny Pepon and dear grandmother of Nicholas, Christopher and Anthony Wilson, Juliana and Matthew Maira. Funeral Services will be held on Saturday at 10 A.M. from Haight Funeral Home & Chapel, Rt. 32 near Eldersburg. Interment in All Saints Episcopal Cemetery, Reisterstown. Friends may call at the funeral home on Friday from 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 P.M. In lieu of flowers, donations to Carroll Hospice, 95 Carroll St., Westminster, MD 21157.
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