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By BILL TANTON | January 4, 1994
This Laurel Redskins business is getting serious.I say that not because of the Laurel Redskins caps and T-shirts I saw being purchased yesterday at Carter's Pro Shop on historic Main Street.I say it because the evidence continues to grow that Redskins owner Jack Kent Cooke really is going to build a new stadium for his NFL team hard by Laurel Race Course.Maybe I should have taken Cooke more seriously when he phoned me at home one evening last month.He called -- it was the first time we had ever spoken -- to complain about something I had written in that day's Evening Sun. Actually, to complain about something Jim Murray had written about Cooke in his autobiography and I had referred to in my column.
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By Ellen Gamerman and Ellen Gamerman,SUN NATIONAL STAFF | February 24, 1998
ASHBURN, Va. - The chain restaurants, suburban subdivisions and strip malls of this Northern Virginia community hardly seem the likely target of an Arab threat.Yet many here see the integrity of their neighborhoods under fire as an Islamic school seeks to move into their midst. The school, funded by the government of Saudi Arabia, has stirred a rancorous debate in this Loudon County community of 8,600.On one side are those who say the academy will be a good neighbor and is being unjustly politicized by anti-Arab opponents.
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By Ellen Gamerman and Ellen Gamerman,SUN NATIONAL STAFF | February 24, 1998
ASHBURN, Va. - The chain restaurants, suburban subdivisions and strip malls of this Northern Virginia community hardly seem the likely target of an Arab threat.Yet many here see the integrity of their neighborhoods under fire as an Islamic school seeks to move into their midst. The school, funded by the government of Saudi Arabia, has stirred a rancorous debate in this Loudon County community of 8,600.On one side are those who say the academy will be a good neighbor and is being unjustly politicized by anti-Arab opponents.
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By BILL TANTON | January 4, 1994
This Laurel Redskins business is getting serious.I say that not because of the Laurel Redskins caps and T-shirts I saw being purchased yesterday at Carter's Pro Shop on historic Main Street.I say it because the evidence continues to grow that Redskins owner Jack Kent Cooke really is going to build a new stadium for his NFL team hard by Laurel Race Course.Maybe I should have taken Cooke more seriously when he phoned me at home one evening last month.He called -- it was the first time we had ever spoken -- to complain about something I had written in that day's Evening Sun. Actually, to complain about something Jim Murray had written about Cooke in his autobiography and I had referred to in my column.
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By Dennis O'Brien and Dennis O'Brien,SUN STAFF | October 11, 2002
Health officials took steps yesterday toward spraying pesticide on the uninhabited Montgomery County island where malaria-infected mosquitoes have been found, as medical personnel tested workers employed on the island for the disease. Pesticide could be sprayed as early as Wednesday over Selden Island, a 400-acre tract where researchers found malaria-infected mosquitoes in traps, said Lynn Frank, chief of public health services for Montgomery County. Frank said health officials are meeting with environmental groups this week to alert them to plans by Maryland and Virginia to spray the pesticide naled from a Maryland Department of Agriculture plane.
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September 12, 2000
David R. Altman, 85, a fashion advertising executive who built several obscure clothing lines into household names, died Aug. 30 in New York. The cause was complications of lymphoma, said his wife, Floria V. Lasky. As chairman of Altman, Stoller, Weiss, Mr. Altman built several obscure clothing lines and textile products into household names. He put Wrangler jeans on the map, making millions of American teen-agers want what until then had been a little-known brand of denim work clothes.
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November 22, 2004
Charles Thomas Ohlhaver Sr., a retired commercial real estate executive, died of multiple myeloma Wednesday at his home at Charlestown Retirement Community in Catonsville. He was 88. Born in New York City, he attended public schools before receiving a bachelor's degree from New York University, where he was the captain of the varsity water polo team. Upon graduation, he worked as a lifeguard at Jones Beach on Long Island. He enlisted in the Army in 1941, and upon completing officer candidate training, was commissioned a lieutenant.
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BY A SUN STAFF WRITER | October 16, 2002
Malaria-infected mosquitoes have been found on an uninhabited Montgomery County island in the Potomac River that is a state wildlife refuge, the second time this month that infected mosquitoes have been found on an uninhabited county island. Montgomery County health officials said the mosquitoes were discovered in one of 10 traps on Van Deventer Island, a small tract just south of the site on Selden Island where malaria-infected mosquitoes were discovered last week. Lynn Frank, chief of public health services for Montgomery County, said the mosquitoes were trapped Thursday and tested Friday by researchers from the Bethesda-based Uniformed Services University of the Health Sciences.
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July 13, 2006
Sidney F. Harrison Jr., who ran a home improvement business and liked motorcycles, died in a motorcycle accident July 4 in Loudon County, Tenn. He was 38. Mr. Harrison's residence was in White Marsh, but he had been living in Madisonville, Tenn., where he and his wife were building a house. He was born and raised in Baltimore and graduated in 1986 from Polytechnic Institute. After graduation, he worked for several construction companies, then for FedEx for at least 10 years in Baltimore County before starting his business, which he ran out of his home in White Marsh.
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August 4, 1991
Sidney D. Kreider, doctor and Harford farmer, diesServices for Sidney D. Kreider, a medical adviser at the Johns Hopkins University who was active in Harford County land preservation programs, will be at 7 p.m. tomorrow at the Deer Creek Harmony Presbyterian Church on Route 161 south of Darlington.Dr. Kreider, who was 56, died Friday at his 70-acre farm in Churchville. He had been diagnosed with cancer in 1985.A member of the Hopkins faculty since 1969, he served as the university's physician and medical adviser and was based at the university's School of Medicine.
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By DON MARKUS and DON MARKUS,SUN REPORTER | August 11, 2006
ASHBURN, Va. -- Kili Lefotu, the Washington Redskins rookie offensive guard who was taken to a local hospital after losing consciousness in his dormitory room Wednesday night, was in stable condition yesterday, according to Bubba Tyer, the team's director of sports medicine. The chain of events regarding Lefotu's situation disclosed by Tyer differed from those initially announced after practice Wednesday night by Redskins coach Joe Gibbs. Tyer said that Lefotu called 911 after feeling ill and was conscious when a local EMT unit arrived, but then passed out. Gibbs had said that Lefotu had been found unconscious.
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April 11, 2005
On April 5, 2005 OLIVE HYLTON YOUNG BROWN, age 93, widow of Thomas Mc Pherson Brown, M.D., of Arlington and Loudon County, VA, died at Pickersgill Retirement Center in Towson, MD. Born in Fernie, British Columbia, she was raised in Fernie and Canmore, Alberta; the daughter of Robert Mac Beath Young and Frances Ferguson Wilmot. She was predeceased by her brothers Alan and Donald Young and her sister Frances Williamson. After graduating from the University of Alberta in Edmonton, she completed an internship in dietetics, at the Johns Hopkins Hospital in Baltimore, MD., where she and Dr. Brown met. They married in 1937 and moved to the Washington, DC area, after WWII, when he took a position as Chief of Medicine at the VA Hospita L and then as Chairman of the Department of Medicine at George Washington University Hospital, from 1948-1970.
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