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December 9, 2003
On December 6, 2003, ANNE MILSTEIN (nee Bass); loving mother of Marvin M. Milstein, of Westminster, MD and Pauline S. Hohauser, of Alexandria, VA and the late Robert Norton Milstein; dear mother-in-law of Susan Milstein and Herman Hohauser; devoted sister of Leonard Bass, of Baltimore and the late Linda Tudor; loving grandmother of Jennifer Johnson, Dr. Deborah Milstein, Ronald and Michelle Hohauser and Robyn Swick; loving great-grandmother of Hannah and...
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July 4, 2007
A large playground built in 2005 by more than 2,000 volunteers at the site of the old Memorial Stadium on 33rd Street in Waverly has been closed since Sunday because of a rodent infestation, said a spokeswoman for the YMCA of Central Maryland. Sara I. Milstein, the local YMCA's chief marketing officer, said the playground next to the Harry and Jeanette Weinberg YMCA "will stay closed until we feel that it is treated and is safe. We're not going to expose children to an unsafe environment."
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January 17, 1993
Susan M. Milstein, associate professor of economics and business administration at Western Maryland College, has received the 1992 Outstanding Accounting Teaching Award from the Maryland Association of Certified Public Accountants.She was one of 19 college-level accounting instructors from Maryland nominated for the award in its first presentation. She received the award, which includes a $1,000 prize, at the association's educators' conference at the University of Baltimore on Jan. 7.According to the association, the primary criteria for the teaching award are status as a full-time accounting instructor at a Maryland college, university or community college; excellence in classroom teaching, motivating students and educational innovation; and active participation in his or her institution and the accounting profession.
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By Ken Murray and Ken Murray,SUN STAFF | April 21, 2004
Faced with a losing battle in federal appeals court and a diminishing window of opportunity, the attorney for Maurice Clarett went to the U.S. Supreme Court yesterday in a last-gasp attempt to get the former Ohio State running back into Saturday's NFL draft. Attorney Alan Milstein filed an emergency appeal with the Supreme Court one day after a ruling by the 2nd U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals in New York bounced Clarett out of the draft. Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg will handle the case that began with a federal district court ruling last February that overturned the NFL eligibility rule banning players who are not three years removed from high school graduation.
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By Vito Stellino and Vito Stellino,SUN STAFF | March 17, 1999
PHOENIX -- The city of Los Angeles has been conditionally awarded the NFL's 32nd franchise for 2002, but it may be only double parked there for six months before moving on to Houston.In a resolution that was passed 29-2, the owners gave Los Angeles until Sept. 15 to put together a stadium financing plan that will meet league approval.If Los Angeles fails, the league will give the team to Houston, which has a stadium financing plan in place, but doesn't have the market power of Los Angeles.
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By Vito Stellino | March 11, 1999
The NFL announced publicly for the first time yesterday that it has problems with the financing of Edward Milstein's bid to buy the Washington Redskins, raising the specter that the league may risk a lawsuit by rejecting his $800 million bid.Responding to reports that Milstein has altered his financing plan to satisfy NFL requirements at a Monday meeting with commissioner Paul Tagliabue, the league said in a statement: "Despite media reports to the contrary,...
NEWS
November 5, 2003
On November 3, 2003, BELLE MATZ (nee Cohen); beloved wife of the late Paul Matz; loving mother of Susan Milstein of Westminster, and Philip Matz of Baltimore; dear mother-in-law of Marvin Milstein and Carol Matz; devoted sister of the late Morris Cohen, Abe Cohen, Esther Oppenheimer, Ruth Jones, Jerome Cohen and Jacob Cohen; loving grandmother of Jennifer Johnson, Dr. Deborah Milstein, Kenneth Matz, and Edward Matz, and the late Sanford Matz; loving great-grandmother...
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By Vito Stellino and Vito Stellino,SUN STAFF | March 14, 1999
PHOENIX -- Commissioner Paul Tagliabue said last night that progress has been made in talks with Howard Milstein on his proposal to buy the Washington Redskins, but there is still no deal to present to the owners.After the powerful finance committee delayed making a recommendation, Tagliabue said: "We really have made some substantial progress in the last 72 hours. We'll see if we can get something nailed down that we can present to the membership [at the annual owners' meeting this week]
NEWS
July 4, 2007
A large playground built in 2005 by more than 2,000 volunteers at the site of the old Memorial Stadium on 33rd Street in Waverly has been closed since Sunday because of a rodent infestation, said a spokeswoman for the YMCA of Central Maryland. Sara I. Milstein, the local YMCA's chief marketing officer, said the playground next to the Harry and Jeanette Weinberg YMCA "will stay closed until we feel that it is treated and is safe. We're not going to expose children to an unsafe environment."
NEWS
By Vito Stellino and Vito Stellino,SUN STAFF | April 8, 1999
Howard Milstein, the New York real estate developer who was attempting to buy the Washington Redskins with a debt-laden $800 million bid, withdrew his offer yesterday, paving the way for current owner John Kent Cooke to get a second chance to retain the team.Facing almost certain rejection at a special National Football League owners' meeting in Atlanta after the league's powerful finance committee split 3-3-1 on his offer, Milstein withdrew his bid and promised not to sue the league.The $800 million would have been the highest price for an American sports franchise, surpassing the $530 million that Alfred Lerner paid for the NFL's expansion Cleveland Browns.
NEWS
December 9, 2003
On December 6, 2003, ANNE MILSTEIN (nee Bass); loving mother of Marvin M. Milstein, of Westminster, MD and Pauline S. Hohauser, of Alexandria, VA and the late Robert Norton Milstein; dear mother-in-law of Susan Milstein and Herman Hohauser; devoted sister of Leonard Bass, of Baltimore and the late Linda Tudor; loving grandmother of Jennifer Johnson, Dr. Deborah Milstein, Ronald and Michelle Hohauser and Robyn Swick; loving great-grandmother of Hannah and...
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November 5, 2003
On November 3, 2003, BELLE MATZ (nee Cohen); beloved wife of the late Paul Matz; loving mother of Susan Milstein of Westminster, and Philip Matz of Baltimore; dear mother-in-law of Marvin Milstein and Carol Matz; devoted sister of the late Morris Cohen, Abe Cohen, Esther Oppenheimer, Ruth Jones, Jerome Cohen and Jacob Cohen; loving grandmother of Jennifer Johnson, Dr. Deborah Milstein, Kenneth Matz, and Edward Matz, and the late Sanford Matz; loving great-grandmother...
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By LAURA VECSEY | September 24, 2003
MAURICE CLARETT might have been a chump in the classroom. He might have been an aloof churl among his former Ohio State teammates. But the gifted running back who scored the Buckeyes that coveted national title is likely to be a real winner again, sooner than anyone can imagine. Watch out, all you NFL lawyers. The big test is officially upon you, now that Clarett has filed suit challenging the league's eligibility rule - the one that arbitrarily restricts entry into Paul Tagliabue's juggernaut.
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By Don Markus and Don Markus,SUN STAFF | September 24, 2003
Maurice Clarett, the talented but troubled Ohio State tailback who is sitting out the 2003 college season after being suspended for violating NCAA rules, yesterday filed suit in a New York federal court against the NFL over its long-standing early-eligibility policy. Through his attorney, Alan C. Milstein, Clarett is claiming that the rule, which prohibits players from entering the NFL draft until three years after their high school class has graduated, violates federal antitrust laws.
NEWS
February 10, 2002
Western Maryland College students and others trained by Internal Revenue Service agents will offer free tax help through the federal Volunteer Income Tax Assistance (VITA) program. The program, open to students and others who cannot afford professional preparation services - especially older, handicapped and non-English-speaking taxpayers - emphasizes self-help assistance to those who can help with the preparation of their own taxes. Students will provide complete tax preparation if needed, said Susan Milstein, professor of economics and business and coordinator of the WMC program.
NEWS
February 11, 2001
Western Maryland College students and others trained by IRS agents will offer free tax help through early April through the federal Volunteer Income Tax Assistance (VITA) program. The program is open to students and others who cannot afford professional preparation services, especially older, handicapped and non-English-speaking taxpayers. It emphasizes self-help assistance. The volunteers will provide complete tax preparation if needed, said Susan Milstein, professor of economics and business, and coordinator of the program at Western Maryland.
NEWS
February 9, 1997
Western Maryland College students and others trained by Internal Revenue Service agents will offer free tax help from the federal Volunteer Income Tax Assistance (VITA) program through early April.The program is open to students and others who cannot afford professional tax-preparation services, especially older, handicapped or non-English-speaking taxpayers.The program emphasizes self-help assistance. However, students will provide complete tax preparation if needed, said Susan Milstein, associate professor of economics and business and coordinator of the WMC program.
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By Mary Gail Hare and Mary Gail Hare,Sun Staff Writer | October 20, 1994
A mug shot could be your ticket to a bit part in a movie. You won't see your name in lights, but you may make it to the big screen next year.Work as an extra with Winona Ryder and the cast of "Boys" in a week of carnival rides and greasy french fries. Extra work may not lead to fame and fortune, but it offers fun and remuneration.Pay is $60 a night for a job full of "rolls" and "cuts" and labor that promises to be more tedious than strenuous."There will be a lot of sitting around while the crew is setting up shots," said Jennifer Milstein, casting agent for a Baltimore company charged with finding the extras.
NEWS
By Vito Stellino and Vito Stellino,SUN STAFF | April 8, 1999
Howard Milstein, the New York real estate developer who was attempting to buy the Washington Redskins with a debt-laden $800 million bid, withdrew his offer yesterday, paving the way for current owner John Kent Cooke to get a second chance to retain the team.Facing almost certain rejection at a special National Football League owners' meeting in Atlanta after the league's powerful finance committee split 3-3-1 on his offer, Milstein withdrew his bid and promised not to sue the league.The $800 million would have been the highest price for an American sports franchise, surpassing the $530 million that Alfred Lerner paid for the NFL's expansion Cleveland Browns.
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