March 12, 2004 |
The Philadelphia Flower Show isn't just a week for flower lovers. For horticultural students from the Saul High School of Agricultural Sciences it is the climax of months of hard work and learning. Students from Saul created "An Herban Paradise" for this year's Flower Show, which runs through Sunday at the Pennsylvania Convention Center. Their display is a country kitchen overlooking a backyard herb garden. The garden is a traditional four-square geometric garden with sage, thyme and geraniums.
June 19, 1996 |
Scott Saul is a veteran when it comes to the Carpenter Cup, and his experience showed during the second day of opening-round action at Veterans Stadium yesterday. The senior designated hitter from Holy Name clouted the first home run of this year's tournament in Berks County's 9-3 win over the Philadelphia Public League. Saul went 2 for 2 with a run scored and two RBIs to lead Berks County into today's 8 p.m. second-round game against New Jersey's Ocean/Monmouth, a 7-4 winner over Suburban National.
June 22, 2006
TO THE TRUSTEES of the Philadelphia Award, given annually to the area resident who has "contributed outstanding service or completed a body of work, which advances the best and largest interest of the community": Please consider this our nomination for next year's $25,000 prize. The award should go to Saul Ravitch, the Philadelphia airport's public-relations specialist who isn't afraid of telling the truth. In your nomination form you ask for details on "why the nominee should be considered for the Philadelphia Award.
April 18, 2000 |
Saul Teitelman, 83, a Camden County lawyer for 61 years and a former municipal judge, died Saturday at Cooper Hospital-University Medical Center, Camden. He had lived in Cherry Hill since 1961, and previously resided in Camden. Specializing in probate and real property law, Mr. Teitelman practiced in Camden and then in Cherry Hill until his death. He was a municipal judge for Bellmawr, Lindenwold, Lawnside and Chesilhurst for about 15 years. He also had been the attorney for the Bellmawr Park Mutual Housing Corp.
July 15, 2010 |
Saul M. Zweig, 88, of Delran, a concentration-camp liberator who later worked as a businessman and substitute teacher, died Monday, July 12, at Virtua Memorial Hospital in Mount Holly. Mr. Zweig enjoyed amazing his high school students with stories of his adventures, from trying out for the New York Yankees to liberating Holocaust victims in Austria. His sense of humor never failed to delight his audiences, said his granddaughter, Laura Nadler. "He would say he was in the 'shady business,' because he sold lamp shades," Nadler said.
December 1, 1995 |
Saul Steinberg occupies a unique place in American visual culture. He appears to be a cartoonist, and yet no other artist this side of Daumier takes a more critical view of human affairs. Steinberg's drawings may be humorous, but they always deliver a trenchant social commentary. Take as a prime example his famous View of the World From Ninth Avenue, which appeared on the cover of the New Yorker magazine on March 29, 1976. We interpret his whimsically compressed America as the Manhattanite's provincial view of the universe.
March 11, 1999 |
Matt Sauls was in top form during the Eastern College Athletic Conference indoor track championships, Feb. 27-28 at Southern Connecticut State. The Neshaminy graduate was named the outstanding male track athlete at the meet. A sophomore at Lock Haven, Sauls won the 500-meter run in a school-record time of 1 minute, 5.48 seconds. Running the 800 meters a little more than 30 minutes later, Sauls took second in 1:55.84. Sauls also helped the Bald Eagles set a school record in the distance medley relay.
March 3, 1995 |
In the world of South Jersey wrestling, this was Ali-Frazier. When Millville's Mark Saul and Schalick's Karl Haywood stepped onto the mat Saturday for the District 31 championship at 162 pounds, it seemed to be much more than an average title bout. It was, according to the public address announcer, the match of the year in South Jersey. "I thought it was getting a little out of hand," Haywood said Wednesday at the Region 8 preliminaries at Absegami High. "But what can you do?"
June 13, 2011
Saul Ewing L.L.P. of Center City said Monday it plans to merge with the Boston real estate and business law firm of Dionne & Gass L.L.P., effective July 1. The merger will bring seven new lawyers to Saul Ewing, five as partners, one as special counsel and another as an associate, and expand Saul Ewing's East Coast presence with its first office in Boston. The combined law firm will retain the Saul Ewing name and have 235 lawyers. -Chris Mondics
September 24, 1987 |
Cann & Saul Steel Co., a Royersford maker of steel forgings that filed for bankruptcy protection in March, has agreed to sell to a venture-capital firm its plant and assets as part of a plan to pay creditors, court documents filed yesterday show. The company, which produces parts for the Navy's nuclear submarines and carriers, will sell its assets to Longwood Investments Inc. of Royersford, if federal bankruptcy court Judge David S. Scholl approves the deal, the documents said.