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Korean War (1950-1953)

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  • Abraham Dash, Air Force Ret. and federal attorney

    Abraham Dash, Air Force Ret. and federal attorney
    Abraham Dash, a retired Air Force lieutenant colonel and federal attorney who taught at the University of Maryland school of law from 1970 until his death, died Jan. 12 of a heart attack at his home in Bowie. He was 86. News of his death prompted an...
  • Harford council discusses buying Joppatowne swim club

    The Harford County Council is continuing to look into the possibility of buying a Joppatowne swim club that closed abruptly right as the summer began. Southern Baptist Church has a contract to buy the swim club property, centrally located off of Joppa...
  • Cub Scouts place flags in Bel Air cemetery for Veterans Day

    Cub Scouts place flags in Bel Air cemetery for Veterans Day
    The members of Cub Scout Pack 238 arrived at the Bel Air Memorial Gardens Sunday morning, prepared to honor the veterans buried in the cemetery, but a living veteran honored their efforts as well. Chris MacLarion, a resident of Belcamp who served in the...
  • Veterans Day events planned around Harford County

    Veterans Day events planned around Harford County
    Many around the country will take time Monday to recognize those who have served in the nation's military, and Harford County will be no exception. A number of events around Harford County are planned in honor of Veterans Day, which recognizes all those...
  • Remembering veterans of Korea and their accomplishments [Letter]

    The following comments were to be presented to the Harford County Council this week. A copy of the remarks was provided in advance for publication. Good Evening. Council President Boniface, Council Members and those in attendance. We appreciate being...
  • Charles W. Thomas Jr., businessman

    Charles W. Thomas Jr., businessman
    Charles W. Thomas Jr., former owner of several steel fabrication companies and a Korean War veteran, died Saturday from renal failure at Stella Maris Hospice. The longtime Mays Chapel resident was 85. The son of Charles W. Thomas Sr., owner of Acme...
  • Carroll commemorates POW/MIA recognition day

    Carroll commemorates POW/MIA recognition day
    Leonard Kirk, a German prisoner of war for more than seven months during World War II, knows all too well that freedom isn't free. "Many of us have sacrificed. Some of us came home without limbs and some of us returned with the horrors of war etched...
  • Charles M. Cahn Jr.

    Charles M. Cahn Jr.
    Charles M. Cahn Jr., a retired Baltimore attorney who was the managing partner of Blades & Rosenfeld, died Feb. 10 of heart failure at Roland Park Place. He was 92. The son of Charles M. Cahn, an insurance executive, and Fannie Rosenbacher Cahn, a...
  • Old photographs, buildings have many tales to tell [Column]

    Old photographs, buildings have many tales to tell [Column]
    The father and mother are nicely dressed in the style of the early 1950s. They posed with their two children, a toddler and a little girl who looks to be about 6 years old, for a photographic portrait in their living room. The photo is one of many...
  • Hans C. Kliemisch, karate teacher

    Hans C. Kliemisch, karate teacher
    Hans C. Kliemisch, a 10th-degree black belt who established three karate studios, died Feb. 25 of lung cancer at Gilchrist Hospice Care in Towson. The longtime Essex resident was 84. Mr. Kliemisch was born and raised in the Bronx, N.Y., where he attended...
  • Jack Barr, 79, a fixture on The Avenue with a nose for news

    Jack Barr, 79, a fixture on The Avenue with a nose for news
    Longtime Hampden resident Jack Barr, a colorful "town crier" who trolled The Avenue for business news, often wearing caps or crowns with an assortment of handcrafted noses on them, died of heart disease and a colon infection on Sunday, Sept. 29 at the...
  • 'A little yellow ribbon is not going to stop them'

    'A little yellow ribbon is not going to stop them'
    WASHINGTON — Nothing was going to stop Jack Poitras from playing taps at the Vietnam Veterans Memorial on Wednesday, not even the National Park Police. "I said, 'I am willing to be arrested,'" the Vietnam veteran from Missouri recalled. He had...