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By Orange County Register | April 21, 1993
SANTA ANA, Calif. -- Back to the land of the Expos goes Tim Wallach, carrying a bit of anxiety and an embarrassing batting average as he tries to show up his former team this week.The Los Angeles Dodgers third baseman envisioned different circumstances under which to be returning to Montreal's Olympic Stadium, where he played the first 12 years of his career before leaving bitterly and signing with the Dodgers in the off-season."I'd have liked to be doing a little better," he said. "Still, it will be fun to go back."
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By Frederick N. Rasmussen, The Baltimore Sun and Baltimore Sun reporter | October 6, 2010
Cantor Sharon M. Wallach, who had been affiliated with Adat Chaim Congregation in several roles since its founding in 1985, died Friday of cancer at Gilchrist Hospice Care. She was 52. Ms. Wallach, the daughter of a businessman and a homemaker, was born in Philadelphia and raised in Cheltenham, Pa. After graduating from Cheltenham High School in 1975, she earned a bachelor's degree in music, speech and hearing in 1979 from the University of Pittsburgh. The following year, she earned a master's degree in education for the hearing-impaired, also from Pitt.
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June 10, 2004
On June 7, 2004 ELAINE WALLACH DEMME, of Abingdon, MD beloved wife of David W. Demme; devoted mother of Lauren K. Demme; loving daughter of Samson Jacob Wallach; stepdaughter of Terre S. Wallach, and daughter of the late Lillian Glazer Wallach; loving sister of Janet R. Wallach and Wendy L. Wallach. Services will be held at the family owned Mc Comas Funeral Home, Abingdon, MD on Friday, June 11, 2004 at 5:00 p.m. Friends may call at the funeral home on Friday from 3-5 p.m. Those who desire may contribute to American Cancer Society, P.O. Box 102454, Atlanta, GA 30368-2454.
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July 18, 2006
On July 15, 2006, CELIA HERSH(Goldstein); beloved wife of the late Sol Wallach and David Hersh; beloved mother of Susan Wallach of Owings Mills, MD; devoted sister of Minnie Cohen; loving grandmother of Simone Laurie and Khosrow Mirsaidi and Michael Scott Winer; loving great-grandmother of Iman Mirsaidi, Adam, Dylan and Presley Winer. Services at SOL LEVINSON & BROS INC., 8900 Reisterstown Road at Mt. Wilson Lane, on Tuesday July 18, at 12 Noon. Interment Beth El Memorial Park, Randallstown.
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February 29, 2004
On Thursday, February 26, 2004, REUBEN FISHKIND, loving husband of Adele Fishkind (nee Weinstein), beloved father of Ronald M. Fishkind of Baltimore, MD. and Barbara H. Wallach of Gaithersburg, MD., devoted father-in-law of Mindy S. Fishkind and Charles B. Wallach, beloved brother of Phillip Fishkind of Baltimore, MD., Elsie Rachelson of Pembroke Pines, FL., Esther Cylus of Baltimore, MD., Sylvia Gruenberg of Tamarac, FL., Blanche Tannenbaum of Delray Beach,...
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By JAY HANCOCK | May 18, 2003
THREE YEARS ago, William R. Franklin was making a six-figure salary and presenting a paper titled "Complex Spatial Filters for Automatic Target Recognition and Feature-Aided Tracking" at a conference in Orlando, Fla. Now he is "viciously unemployed," as he describes it, and close to losing his Timonium townhouse in foreclosure proceedings. The holder of a doctorate in physics earned under a future Nobel laureate, a veteran of Maryland's defense industry, a speaker of several languages and an expert in signal processing and mathematical modeling, Franklin may be an emblem of the state's economy and of the difficulty of finding jobs for the highly educated unemployed over the age of 50. He is 52. He lost his job because of a drop in government funding last August, almost a year after the terrorist attacks prompted predictions of a renaissance for the war business.
BUSINESS
October 11, 1993
New positions* Airflow Co., in Frederick named Phil Whitaker general sales manager.* University of Baltimore named Donald Paddy vice president for administration and finance.* WS&B Healthcare Consulting, a division of Walpert, Smullian & Blumenthal, appointed Mary Wallach and Lynne Rollins-Kinnier the staff.
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July 18, 2006
On July 15, 2006, CELIA HERSH(Goldstein); beloved wife of the late Sol Wallach and David Hersh; beloved mother of Susan Wallach of Owings Mills, MD; devoted sister of Minnie Cohen; loving grandmother of Simone Laurie and Khosrow Mirsaidi and Michael Scott Winer; loving great-grandmother of Iman Mirsaidi, Adam, Dylan and Presley Winer. Services at SOL LEVINSON & BROS INC., 8900 Reisterstown Road at Mt. Wilson Lane, on Tuesday July 18, at 12 Noon. Interment Beth El Memorial Park, Randallstown.
SPORTS
March 16, 1992
Dwight Gooden passed his first test since shoulder surgery last September by pitching three strong innings yesterday in a B game against the Los Angeles Dodgers.Gooden allowed one run -- unearned -- and three hits, struck out two and walked none. He threw 36 pitches."There was no pain at all," said Gooden, who last Sept. 7 underwent arthroscopic surgery to repair a tear in the rotator cuff and a tear in the labrum. "I was very happy with what took place today."Gooden estimated that he threw at about 80 percent of the strength he had before the surgery, although one fastball was clocked at 92 mph.* BRAVES: Nick Esasky, the first baseman sidelined for nearly two years because of vertigo, was 0-for-3 in a B game in his first appearance this spring.
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By James Traub | June 13, 1991
THE GREAT moral drama of the Wedtech trials has dissipated on appeal.First, Lyn Nofziger, President Reagan's political mechanic, had his conviction for violating the Ethics in Government Act overturned.Then Rep. Robert Garcia, D-N.Y., and his wife Jane were awarded a new trial after a jury had found them guilty of extortion.And two weeks ago the Second Circuit Court of Appeals overturned the racketeering convictions of E. Robert Wallach, Frank Chinn and Rusty Kent London.Remember Wedtech?
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By Michael Sragow and Michael Sragow,SUN MOVIE CRITIC | November 26, 2004
As part of its continuing Elia Kazan tribute, the AFI Silver in Silver Spring presents on Tuesday Baby Doll (1956), a film that succeeds where so many others (including John Ford's Tobacco Road) have failed - at making high aesthetic inroads into low rural farce. Kazan had the idea for Tennessee Williams to combine two of his one-act plays, Twenty-Seven Wagons Full of Cotton and The Long Stay Cut Short, or The Unsatisfactory Supper, into an original screenplay filled with comic hubris and erotic heat.
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June 10, 2004
On June 7, 2004 ELAINE WALLACH DEMME, of Abingdon, MD beloved wife of David W. Demme; devoted mother of Lauren K. Demme; loving daughter of Samson Jacob Wallach; stepdaughter of Terre S. Wallach, and daughter of the late Lillian Glazer Wallach; loving sister of Janet R. Wallach and Wendy L. Wallach. Services will be held at the family owned Mc Comas Funeral Home, Abingdon, MD on Friday, June 11, 2004 at 5:00 p.m. Friends may call at the funeral home on Friday from 3-5 p.m. Those who desire may contribute to American Cancer Society, P.O. Box 102454, Atlanta, GA 30368-2454.
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By Dave Kehr and Dave Kehr,NEW YORK TIMES NEWS SERVICE | May 27, 2004
The most ambitious and enduringly popular of Sergio Leone's three Clint Eastwood spaghetti Westerns, The Good, the Bad and the Ugly has finally arrived on DVD in a definitive edition from MGM Home Entertainment. Leone's enigmatic moral tale is about the flawed, all-too-human bandit Tuco, played by Eli Wallach, and the two eerily distant, almost supernatural figures (the angelic Blondie, played by Eastwood, and the demonic Angel Eyes, played by Lee Van Cleef) who accompany him on a search for stolen gold along the rough western front of the Civil War. Though much of what has been said about the film (including the fine commentary track here, presented by critic Richard Schickel)
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February 29, 2004
On Thursday, February 26, 2004, REUBEN FISHKIND, loving husband of Adele Fishkind (nee Weinstein), beloved father of Ronald M. Fishkind of Baltimore, MD. and Barbara H. Wallach of Gaithersburg, MD., devoted father-in-law of Mindy S. Fishkind and Charles B. Wallach, beloved brother of Phillip Fishkind of Baltimore, MD., Elsie Rachelson of Pembroke Pines, FL., Esther Cylus of Baltimore, MD., Sylvia Gruenberg of Tamarac, FL., Blanche Tannenbaum of Delray Beach,...
BUSINESS
By JAY HANCOCK | May 18, 2003
THREE YEARS ago, William R. Franklin was making a six-figure salary and presenting a paper titled "Complex Spatial Filters for Automatic Target Recognition and Feature-Aided Tracking" at a conference in Orlando, Fla. Now he is "viciously unemployed," as he describes it, and close to losing his Timonium townhouse in foreclosure proceedings. The holder of a doctorate in physics earned under a future Nobel laureate, a veteran of Maryland's defense industry, a speaker of several languages and an expert in signal processing and mathematical modeling, Franklin may be an emblem of the state's economy and of the difficulty of finding jobs for the highly educated unemployed over the age of 50. He is 52. He lost his job because of a drop in government funding last August, almost a year after the terrorist attacks prompted predictions of a renaissance for the war business.
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By David Zurawik and David Zurawik,SUN TELEVISION CRITIC | February 15, 1997
"Asteroid" wants to be the television version of last summer's hit film "Independence Day."Only one problem: They forget the aliens. The villain in this piece is a bunch of big rocks falling from the sky headed straight for Dallas.Ask me if I care. I hope they hit Jerry Jones, the obnoxious owner of the Dallas Cowboys, right in the ego. Maybe, if they explode on the grassy knoll, Oliver Stone will make a real movie out of it, reshaping the biggest, baddest rock to look like Richard Nixon or Lyndon Johnson in profile -- depending on whether he wants an archvillain for the liberal or conservative version of the American psyche.
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By David Zurawik and David Zurawik,SUN TELEVISION CRITIC | February 15, 1997
"Asteroid" wants to be the television version of last summer's hit film "Independence Day."Only one problem: They forget the aliens. The villain in this piece is a bunch of big rocks falling from the sky headed straight for Dallas.Ask me if I care. I hope they hit Jerry Jones, the obnoxious owner of the Dallas Cowboys, right in the ego. Maybe, if they explode on the grassy knoll, Oliver Stone will make a real movie out of it, reshaping the biggest, baddest rock to look like Richard Nixon or Lyndon Johnson in profile -- depending on whether he wants an archvillain for the liberal or conservative version of the American psyche.
SPORTS
By Sam Carchidi and Sam Carchidi,Knight-Ridder News Service | May 24, 1991
MONTREAL -- Tommy Greene, a 24-year-old Philadelphi Phillies right-hander, had only six career victories before yesterday.He had not yet spent a full season in the major leagues. He was making his second start of the season, only the 15th of his career. And his club described his start an "emergency" because the scheduled starting pitcher, Danny Cox, was injured recently.Yet Greene made yesterday's game against the Montreal Expos breeze along like a Nolan Ryan matinee. Throwing 92 mph fastballs, he struck out 10 batters and walked seven en route to a 2-0, no-hit victory.
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By Buster Olney and Buster Olney,SUN STAFF | June 1, 1996
ANAHEIM, Calif. -- If it weren't for the uniforms, the Orioles could've been confused for the Detroit Tigers last night, starring David Wells as the hapless pitcher.Wells didn't get out of the fourth inning and the California Angels rolled, 10-3, with Oriole-killer Rex Hudler driving in five runs with a double and a homer. "Obviously," Orioles manager Davey Johnson said, "Wellsy didn't have his best stuff."Obviously. The Orioles fell out of their first-place tie with the New York Yankees, who beat Oakland, 4-1.Orioles second baseman Roberto Alomar extended his hitting streak to 15 games, but his average fell to .397.
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