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June 13, 2003
On June 12, 2003, GEORGINA, beloved wife of Alfredo E. Lozano Sr., devoted father of Alfredo E. Lozano Jr. She is also survived by one sister Mary Colon, one brother George Amey Jr. and other relatives. Friends may call at the CALVIN L. WILLIAMS FUNERAL HOME, P.A., 2818 E. Baltimore St. for visitation on Saturday from 3-5 and on Sunday from 3-5 and 7-9 P.M. Funeral Service and interment private.
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By Phillip McGowan and Phillip McGowan,SUN STAFF | October 24, 2004
The wildlife knew better than to stick around this weekend in the Steppingstone Farm Museum section of Susquehanna State Park. Anybody who brought just any dog there would quickly realize his pet wasn't welcome, either. Yesterday, on the second day of the 22nd annual Jack Russell Terrier Club of America's National Trials, 1,100 of the diminutive hunting dogs had clearly taken over the landscape in the northeast part of Harford County. "You could bring a German shepherd down here, and these dogs would start going nuts - all of them," said Bob Stutz, 61, of Columbus, Ohio, with his two terriers, Reagan and Lincoln, in tow. But there was relative calm as leashed Jack Russells competed in events such as conformation (overall appearance and structure)
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SPORTS
By James Giza and James Giza,SPECIAL TO THE SUN | May 19, 2001
Loyola had it all within its grasp. The offense was clicking. The defense was at its usual suffocating best. The Greyhounds' first trip to the NCAA women's lacrosse title game since 1997 seemed imminent, if only they could duplicate in the second half against semifinal opponent Georgetown what they had done in the first. It took the biggest come-from-behind win in the history of the tournament and a heart-stopping finish last night at Homewood Field to put the Hoyas in tomorrow's final.
NEWS
June 13, 2003
On June 12, 2003, GEORGINA, beloved wife of Alfredo E. Lozano Sr., devoted father of Alfredo E. Lozano Jr. She is also survived by one sister Mary Colon, one brother George Amey Jr. and other relatives. Friends may call at the CALVIN L. WILLIAMS FUNERAL HOME, P.A., 2818 E. Baltimore St. for visitation on Saturday from 3-5 and on Sunday from 3-5 and 7-9 P.M. Funeral Service and interment private.
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By Knight-Ridder Newspapers | May 26, 1993
ORLANDO, Fla. -- The William Lozano defense lasted exactly 10 seconds.Rather than call any witnesses, lawyer Roy Black, who is defending the suspended Miami police officer charged with killing a black motorcyclist, stood up and said yesterday, "Ladies and gentlemen of the jury: Based on the lack of credible evidence presented in this case, we rest."The six members of the jury showed no reaction and put down their pens and note pads.But nearly everyone in the courtroom was stunned.The risky decision means jurors will never hear from Mr. Lozano, who is charged with two counts of manslaughter for the Jan. 16, 1989, shooting death.
NEWS
By New York Times News Service | May 9, 1993
MIAMI -- After being shifted five times from one city t another, the racially charged retrial of a Miami police officer on charges of killing two young black men is scheduled to begin today in Orlando.The case, which has preoccupied Florida for more than four years, has defied the efforts of Judge W. Thomas Spencer of Dade County Circuit Court to hold the trial where blacks are most likely to be on the jury. Orlando, where the second trial of the officer, William Lozano, has landed, is conservative, overwhelmingly white and none too happy to be saddled with what the rest of Florida views as Miami's problem.
SPORTS
By Ross Peddicord | April 25, 1994
The Pimlico stewards have suspended jockey Andrea Seefeldt for seven days for careless riding aboard Looming in Saturday's Federico Tesio Stakes at Pimlico Race Course.Looming finished second in the Grade III race, but interfered with last-place finisher Wise Judgement, approaching the final turn. Jockey Wilfred Lozano checked his horse, who was dropping back after setting the early pace. The stewards disqualified Looming and placed him last.Seefeldt said yesterday that she feels the suspension is unjustified, but doesn't plan to appeal it."
NEWS
By New York Times News Service | March 31, 1992
BOSTON -- The Massachusetts medical board held an emergency meeting last night to investigate charges of medical malpractice against a Harvard Medical School psychiatrist accused of seducing a student at the school and leading him to commit suicide.The psychiatrist, Dr. Margaret Bean-Bayog, was charged in court papers filed last week with trying to convince the patient that he was her child, writing him reams of graphically detailed pornographic and sometimes sadomasochistic fantasies and engaging in sex with him.Her patient, Paul Lozano, committed suicide last April by injecting himself with cocaine a year after she terminated his therapy because he could no longer afford to pay her, according to the documents filed in Middlesex Superior Court.
NEWS
By NEW YORK TIMES NEWS SERVICE | October 1, 2000
AUSTIN, Texas - Officials with the Bush campaign said yesterday that they did not believe that an employee of the campaign's advertising firm, who has drawn the attention of FBI investigators, was involved in sending confidential debate-preparation materials to the Gore campaign. The Bush campaign officials' defense of Yvette Lozano, an administrative assistant at the firm, Maverick Media, came as law enforcement officials said that the bureau's investigation had broadened in the past several days and that investigators were expanding the number of people at whom they were taking a close look.
NEWS
By Myriam Marquez | May 21, 1993
THE national news media have descended on Orlando, Fla., '' for the retrial of William Lozano -- just another cop accused of crossing the line to uphold the law.Will there be rioting by blacks?In Orlando? In Miami? Anywhere in America if this police officer goes free?Or what if Officer Lozano is found guilty of manslaughter in the deaths of two black men -- a shooting at a motorcycle that ignited Miami's last riots, in 1989?Will Hispanics riot in defense of the Colombian-born officer? In Orlando?
SPORTS
By James Giza and James Giza,SPECIAL TO THE SUN | May 19, 2001
Loyola had it all within its grasp. The offense was clicking. The defense was at its usual suffocating best. The Greyhounds' first trip to the NCAA women's lacrosse title game since 1997 seemed imminent, if only they could duplicate in the second half against semifinal opponent Georgetown what they had done in the first. It took the biggest come-from-behind win in the history of the tournament and a heart-stopping finish last night at Homewood Field to put the Hoyas in tomorrow's final.
NEWS
By NEW YORK TIMES NEWS SERVICE | October 1, 2000
AUSTIN, Texas - Officials with the Bush campaign said yesterday that they did not believe that an employee of the campaign's advertising firm, who has drawn the attention of FBI investigators, was involved in sending confidential debate-preparation materials to the Gore campaign. The Bush campaign officials' defense of Yvette Lozano, an administrative assistant at the firm, Maverick Media, came as law enforcement officials said that the bureau's investigation had broadened in the past several days and that investigators were expanding the number of people at whom they were taking a close look.
SPORTS
By Ross Peddicord | April 25, 1994
The Pimlico stewards have suspended jockey Andrea Seefeldt for seven days for careless riding aboard Looming in Saturday's Federico Tesio Stakes at Pimlico Race Course.Looming finished second in the Grade III race, but interfered with last-place finisher Wise Judgement, approaching the final turn. Jockey Wilfred Lozano checked his horse, who was dropping back after setting the early pace. The stewards disqualified Looming and placed him last.Seefeldt said yesterday that she feels the suspension is unjustified, but doesn't plan to appeal it."
NEWS
By Fort Lauderdale Sun-Sentinel | May 30, 1993
MIAMI -- In the end, it was the people of Overtown and Liberty City who kept the peace.The rainy weather helped. Preachers helped. An omnipresent police force, no doubt, had something to do with the relative calm in Miami this weekend.But the people's levelheadedness was the main reason why the black neighborhoods of Overtown and Liberty City did not explode into violence after William Lozano, a Hispanic Miami policeman, was acquitted in the 1989 deaths of two black motorcyclists, activists and residents said yesterday.
NEWS
By Knight-Ridder Newspapers | May 26, 1993
ORLANDO, Fla. -- The William Lozano defense lasted exactly 10 seconds.Rather than call any witnesses, lawyer Roy Black, who is defending the suspended Miami police officer charged with killing a black motorcyclist, stood up and said yesterday, "Ladies and gentlemen of the jury: Based on the lack of credible evidence presented in this case, we rest."The six members of the jury showed no reaction and put down their pens and note pads.But nearly everyone in the courtroom was stunned.The risky decision means jurors will never hear from Mr. Lozano, who is charged with two counts of manslaughter for the Jan. 16, 1989, shooting death.
NEWS
By Myriam Marquez | May 21, 1993
THE national news media have descended on Orlando, Fla., '' for the retrial of William Lozano -- just another cop accused of crossing the line to uphold the law.Will there be rioting by blacks?In Orlando? In Miami? Anywhere in America if this police officer goes free?Or what if Officer Lozano is found guilty of manslaughter in the deaths of two black men -- a shooting at a motorcycle that ignited Miami's last riots, in 1989?Will Hispanics riot in defense of the Colombian-born officer? In Orlando?
NEWS
By Phillip McGowan and Phillip McGowan,SUN STAFF | October 24, 2004
The wildlife knew better than to stick around this weekend in the Steppingstone Farm Museum section of Susquehanna State Park. Anybody who brought just any dog there would quickly realize his pet wasn't welcome, either. Yesterday, on the second day of the 22nd annual Jack Russell Terrier Club of America's National Trials, 1,100 of the diminutive hunting dogs had clearly taken over the landscape in the northeast part of Harford County. "You could bring a German shepherd down here, and these dogs would start going nuts - all of them," said Bob Stutz, 61, of Columbus, Ohio, with his two terriers, Reagan and Lincoln, in tow. But there was relative calm as leashed Jack Russells competed in events such as conformation (overall appearance and structure)
SPORTS
By Mark Purdy and Mark Purdy,Knight-Ridder | August 3, 1992
BADALONA, Spain -- Well, it could be worse. Don King could be running the Olympic boxing tournament.In fact, that is about the only way it could be worse."
NEWS
By New York Times News Service | May 9, 1993
MIAMI -- After being shifted five times from one city t another, the racially charged retrial of a Miami police officer on charges of killing two young black men is scheduled to begin today in Orlando.The case, which has preoccupied Florida for more than four years, has defied the efforts of Judge W. Thomas Spencer of Dade County Circuit Court to hold the trial where blacks are most likely to be on the jury. Orlando, where the second trial of the officer, William Lozano, has landed, is conservative, overwhelmingly white and none too happy to be saddled with what the rest of Florida views as Miami's problem.
SPORTS
By Mark Purdy and Mark Purdy,Knight-Ridder | August 3, 1992
BADALONA, Spain -- Well, it could be worse. Don King could be running the Olympic boxing tournament.In fact, that is about the only way it could be worse."
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