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By TIM WARREN | July 16, 1995
I've interviewed hundreds of authors, athletes and celebrities, but few interviews had as much of an impact on me as the one I did last month with Wolfman Jack. For days after interviewing him in Washington June 17, I kept going over things that he had said. When rock and roll's most famous disc jockey died of a heart attack July 1, at the age of 57, he continued to stay on my mind.Certainly there's simply the occasion of hearing that someone you've just interviewed has died suddenly. With Wolfman Jack, though, it was shock, but not surprise; if anything, he was the classic candidate for a heart attack.
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February 19, 2003
On February 16, 2003, MARK LEROY SHERMAN, beloved son of Delle Sherman (nee Dingus), and the late Albert Randolph Sherman, devoted father of Stacy Sherman and Mark Leroy Sherman Jr., loving brother of Cecil Sherman, Jesse Sherman, Joe Sherman, Bob Smith, and Arlene F. Leig. Friends may call at the CVACH/ROSEDALE FUNERAL HOME, 1211 Chesaco Ave., on Thursday 3-5 and 7-9 P.M. Services will be held Friday 11 A.M. from the Funeral Home. Interment Gardens of Faith Cemetery.
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By Michael Pakenham | July 9, 1995
"Have Mercy, Confessions of the Original Rock 'n' Roll Animal," by Wolfman Jack with Byron Laursen. 362 pages. New York: Warner Books, $21.95It is said that Bob Smith, who called himself Wolfman Jack, was the world's most famous disk jockey, and I know of no good reason to argue with that. He died the other day, still howling right about up to the end, and by weird coincidence, now comes his something-like autobiography. It's full of details of deals, and a lot of names, times, faces and outrages that will entertain almost-fans, delight fanatics and appall those who the Wolf always appalled.
NEWS
October 23, 2008
Raising a stink: Some neighbors of the Millersville landfill in Anne Arundel County say that on most evenings since early summer the air has been filled with a foul smell that reminds them of rotten eggs. They are asking the county to appoint a third party to monitor landfill emissions, and they want the air and their well water tested. He is a survivor: An Ellicott City man wearing gray stood out in the "Parade of Pink" at last Sunday's Susan G. Komen Race for the Cure. Bob Smith, who underwent a mastectomy in May, wants to draw attention to the reality that breast cancer is not solely a women's disease.
NEWS
August 21, 2007
On August 18, 2007 Marjorie (nee Smith) beloved wife of the late E. Austin Kuehne. Devoted mother of Robert A. and William E. Kuehne. Loving grandmother of R. Michael, Ronald D.; Brent A.; W. Edward; Jeffrey E. and Stephanie M. Kuehne and great grandmother of Jonathan; Kirsten; Bradley; Morgan; Michaela and step great grandmother of John Price and Mickey Munzo. Dear sister of Dot MacCubbin; Paul Smith and the late Phil and Bob Smith and JoAnne Tsouprake. Family and friends may call at THE JOHNSON FUNERAL HOME, P.A., 8521 Loch Raven Blvd.
NEWS
November 17, 2004
Dayton Allen, 85, a comedian and actor best known for his work as the voice of the cartoon character Deputy Dawg and the grumpy mayor Phineas T. Bluster on The Howdy Doody Show, died of a stroke Thursday in Hendersonville, N.C. Mr. Allen, also was a regular on The Steve Allen Show, was noted for his voice work with the cartoon studio Terrytoons. He provided most of the voices for The Deputy Dawg Show, a syndicated series that began in 1960. He was also the voice of the cartoon magpies Heckle and Jeckle, and many other characters.
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By Tanya Jones and Tanya Jones,SUN STAFF | November 10, 1996
Performing artists, from dancers to drummers to impersonators, will try out their acts on students at Odenton Elementary School on Tuesday in a showcase of the programs available through Young Audiences of Maryland Inc.YAM is a nonprofit organization that brings artists to schools so that students can experience live performances.The showcase will give educators from the county and the state a chance to see some of the performances, said Lisa Hoitsma, associate director of YAM. They can then decide which artists and programs fit their school curriculum.
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By Sports Digest | November 20, 2009
Branden Doughty scored 15 points and had 14 rebounds to lead Coppin State to a 72-61 victory over Washington Adventist (1-1) on Thursday night. Eddie Hayden added 12 points and 12 rebounds for the Eagles (3-1), who played their final game at the Coppin Center. They will move into the Physical Education Complex on Dec. 5. Washington Adventist is the former Columbia Union. More men's basketball: Reggie Holmes scored a career-high 30 points and Morgan State earned a 72-61 victory against visiting East Tennessee State (1-2)
NEWS
November 11, 1990
Graveside services for Emmett R. Phillips, an Easton automobile salesman, will be held at 2 p.m. today at the Oxford Cemetery.Mr. Phillips, who was 62 and lived in Easton, died Thursday at the Memorial Hospital there after a heart attack.He went to work for Bob Smith Buick in Easton more than a year ago after many years at Hallowell Chevrolet, now Gateway Chevrolet.In the 1950s, he was a crew foreman for the Shriver Natural Gas Conversion Co. in cities along the East Coast and in Canada, changing equipment to use natural gas instead of manufactured gas.Mr.
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