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By CLARENCE PAGE | February 26, 1993
Hattiesburg, Mississippi. -- It was a long train ride home for Clyde Kennard. The Korean War veteran was doing fine at the University of Chicago. But his stepfather died, so Kennard decided to go back home to Mississippi to take care of his mother and the family farm.He still wanted that degree, so he decided to enroll in Mississippi Southern College in nearby Hattiesburg. Why not? It was close, he had accumulated impressive credits in Chicago and Mississippi Southern survived in some small part off his tax dollars.
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By From Staff Reports | December 29, 1993
LEWES, Del. -- Reggie Frazier scored 24 points and Shawnta Rogers added 20, including a jumper with five seconds left to send the game into overtime, and No. 5 Lake Clifton (4-2) went on to down Glasgow, 82-74, in a first-round game of the Slam Dunk To The Beach Tournament last night.Lake Clifton will meet St. Mark's of Wilmington, Del., at 2 p.m. today.* John Carroll Tournament: Pallotti and host John Carroll took opposite paths in achieving opening-round victories in the first round at John Carroll Tournament.
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By Richard Irwin and Richard Irwin,SUN STAFF | October 25, 2001
One suspect was shot and another captured yesterday in an attempted robbery of a Brinks Inc. security guard carrying money from an armored truck into a Havre de Grace bank, town police reported. The wounded man, Lamar Kennard, 25, of the 100 block of S. Reed St. in Bel Air, was wanted in Baltimore County on a warrant charging him with failure to appear in court. He was listed in critical condition last night at Maryland Shock Trauma Center. According to Maj. John Van Gilder of the Havre de Grace Police Department, the robbers - apparently unarmed - assaulted the unnamed 24-year- old Brinks guard about 2:45 p.m. as he was carrying a bag of money to the Farmers Bank of Maryland branch in the 200 block of St. John St. Van Gilder said the guard pulled out his gun and shot one of the men in the upper torso.
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By NEW YORK TIMES NEWS SERVICE | March 18, 1998
JACKSON, Miss. -- After a 21-year court fight, the state ofMississippi yesterday unsealed more than 124,000 pages of previously secret files from a state agency that used spy tactics, intimidation, false imprisonment, jury tampering and other illegal methods to thwart the activities of civil rights workers during the 1950s, '60s and early '70s.Like an eerie journey into a shadowy past, the files of the Mississippi State Sovereignty Commission provide a profoundly unsettling reminder of the state's determination to maintain a segregated society.
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September 14, 1999
Here is an excerpt of an editorial from the Los Angeles Times, which was published yesterday.SINCE 1996, when Congress lifted caps on the number of radio stations a single network could own, broadcast chains have snatched up so many local radio stations that commercial radio formats sound the same from San Diego to Schenectady, N.Y.Fortunately, FCC Chairman William Kennard is now pushing a plan that could return color to radio's barren commercial landscape.He...
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February 18, 2002
Jane Sibiski, 75, Lutherville homemaker Jane Sibiski, a homemaker who lived in Lutherville, died of a heart attack at St. Joseph Medical Center on Tuesday. She was 75. Born in Baltimore and raised in West Baltimore, she was a 1945 graduate of Western High School, where she sang in a musical group and played badminton and tennis. After high school, she worked as a secretary for Mercantile-Safe Deposit & Trust Co. in the 1940s. She lived in Lutherville for 37 years after living in Timonium for 12 years.
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July 9, 2009
On July 4, 2009, KENNARD LEE BUDDENBOHN; beloved husband of the late Ethel V. Buddenbohn; devoted father of Kennard M., David M., and the late Nancy buddenbohn. Mr. Buddenbohn is also survived by his grandchildren, Adam S., Alex S., Jonathan M., Allison L., Anne M., and Jodie L. Buddenbohn. On Friday, friends may call at VAUGHN C. GREENE FUNERAL SERVICES (RANDALLSTOWN), 8728 Liberty Road from 9 A.M to 12 P.M with services to follow. Inquiries to (410) 655-0015.
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January 4, 2006
On December 29, 2005, M. VIRGINIA beloved sister of Doris Vaeth. Also survived by her nieces, Janice Regester and Lynn Panlilio. The family will receive friends at the National Lutheran Home, 9701 Veirs Drive, Rockville, MD, on Thursday 10 until 11 A. M at which time services will begin. Interment Moreland Memorial Park on Thursday at 2 P. M graveside. Arrangements by Lassahn Funeral Home, Inc.
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December 6, 1991
Dr. Kennard Yaffe, 78, who retired in March as a general practitioner in Catonsville, died Wednesday of heart failure at the North Oaks retirement community, where he lived for the past four months.Private services were planned.Dr. Yaffe, a Baltimore native and longtime resident of Pikesville, began his practice in 1940 in West Baltimore.He was a member of the staff at Sinai Hospital, where he belonged to the President's Advisory Council. He also was a former president of the Baltimore City Medical Society, chairman of the board of the Baltimore City Professional Standards Review Organization and medical director of the Maryland Foundation for Health Care.
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By Janene Holzberg, Special to The Baltimore Sun | May 14, 2012
When Ross Kennard gets ready to go for a run in his hilly Ellicott City neighborhood, he slips on special shoes that resemble mesh gloves. Each toe has its own slot with a thin rubber underside, and the shoe's overall design offers no arch support and little padding. These "barefoot shoes" will play an integral role in the Columbia Triathlon next weekend for Kennard, 53, when he tries something new in his ninth competition. He will do both the running and biking portions of the race in the special footwear, which is akin to wearing no shoes at all. The Severna Park chiropractor is part of the minimalist running movement, whose followers seek to avoid injury by running more naturally, like the barefoot Kenyan Olympians do, he said.
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