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March 4, 2003
On March 3, 2003, OLIVER FRANK beloved husband of the late Anne Anderson (nee Klevinski) devoted father of Sheila Shiflett and Terry Anderson, dear fiancee of Juanita Rogowski, loving brother of Violet Miller, Patty Toskes, Betty Buchannon and Jim Anderson, dear grandfather of Buddy and Jason Nicosia, David Suhre, Nelson and Colin Anderson, great-grandfather of Elizabeth and Nicholas Nicosia. Friends may call at the CONNELLY FUNERAL HOME OF DUNDALK, P.A., 7110 Sollers Point Road on Wednesday from 3 to 9 P.M. Funeral services will be held at Watersedge Baptist Church, 3483 Liberty Parkway on Thursday 11 A.M. Interment Christ Lutheran Cemetery.
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March 4, 2003
On March 3, 2003, OLIVER FRANK beloved husband of the late Anne Anderson (nee Klevinski) devoted father of Sheila Shiflett and Terry Anderson, dear fiancee of Juanita Rogowski, loving brother of Violet Miller, Patty Toskes, Betty Buchannon and Jim Anderson, dear grandfather of Buddy and Jason Nicosia, David Suhre, Nelson and Colin Anderson, great-grandfather of Elizabeth and Nicholas Nicosia. Friends may call at the CONNELLY FUNERAL HOME OF DUNDALK, P.A., 7110 Sollers Point Road on Wednesday from 3 to 9 P.M. Funeral services will be held at Watersedge Baptist Church, 3483 Liberty Parkway on Thursday 11 A.M. Interment Christ Lutheran Cemetery.
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SPORTS
By Phil Jackman and Phil Jackman,SUN STAFF | March 27, 1996
The fight for third place in the Southern Division started between the Bandits and Carolina Monarchs, oh, last summer sometime when the two franchises were introduced into polite society (and the AHL) as expansion teams. Both undoubtedly thought they caught a break being placed in the same division -- hey, we can always beat out an expansion team.The Monarchs (5-5-1) got off to a far better start than the Bandits (1-9-1) and held the advantage until the first week of January. Baltimore held onto third place for more than 10 weeks, never by more than three points, until caught and passed by Carolina five days ago."
NEWS
By Peter Jensen and Peter Jensen,Sun Staff | June 18, 2000
Whatever happened to fatherly advice? A generation ago, it was a cultural staple. TV programs like "Father Knows Best," "My Three Sons," and "The Andy Griffith Show" were based upon it. Sheriff Taylor having a talk with Opie, or maybe Jim Anderson dispensing his living room wisdom to Kitten, Betty or Bud -- this was what fathers did. They came home with a paycheck, sat in a comfy chair and solved family crises. Today, popular culture more often makes fathers the butt of jokes than the font of wisdom.
NEWS
By Myriam Marquez | July 28, 1998
ONE WAS my television dad -- warm and even-handed, a down-to-earth fella who always seemed to know what was best for his family, and by extension, all of America's families.The other was a larger-than-life hero, who, from outer space taught this immigrant child very important lessons about American optimism and courage, about this great nation's "can do" spirit.Robert Young and Alan B. Shepard Jr. -- one the actor, the other the astronaut -- shaped a whole generation of Americans, particularly my generation.
ENTERTAINMENT
By Rob Hiaasen and Rob Hiaasen,Sun Staff | February 28, 1999
There are no new ideas. Every new idea is related to an old idea -- maybe a close brother or distant cousin. This new story, for instance, is based on an old idea that was once a new story itself.Take the movies. In just the past few years, many new movies have been based on old TV shows: "The Addams Family," "The Avengers," "The Brady Bunch," "Lost in Space," "Mission: Impossible" (sequel due this fall), "My Favorite Martian" (out now), and also coming this year, "The Mod Squad," "Dudley Do-Right," and "The Wild, Wild West" starring Will Smith.
NEWS
By Peter Jensen and Peter Jensen,Sun Staff | June 18, 2000
Whatever happened to fatherly advice? A generation ago, it was a cultural staple. TV programs like "Father Knows Best," "My Three Sons," and "The Andy Griffith Show" were based upon it. Sheriff Taylor having a talk with Opie, or maybe Jim Anderson dispensing his living room wisdom to Kitten, Betty or Bud -- this was what fathers did. They came home with a paycheck, sat in a comfy chair and solved family crises. Today, popular culture more often makes fathers the butt of jokes than the font of wisdom.
SPORTS
By Ken murray | October 25, 1991
Haven't they outstayed their usefulness?* As if it wasn't bad enough the Cincinnati Bengals are 0-7, the organization continues to be embarrassed by the many harangues of coach Sam Wyche.If you caught his act in Monday night's 35-16 loss in Buffalo, you saw him berate an assistant coach (Jim Anderson) on the sidelines, charge onto the field to argue an official's call and jump into the middle of a scuffle in front of the Bengals bench.Later he blamed the loss on officiating, and at least one comment carried dark insinuation.
FEATURES
By Mike Littwin | October 7, 1996
ANYBODY who says televised presidential debates don't mean anything weren't watching last night.We learned so much.We saw for instance that Bob Dole has the better tan.That moderator Jim Lehrer's hair-dye job is even worse than Bob Dole's eyebrow-dye job.That Bill Clinton can go an entire 90 minutes without once biting his lip.But what we mostly learned was that Bob Dole is a funny. I mean, real funny. I don't know who won the debate. Bob Dole attacked. Bill Clinton played prevent defense.
SPORTS
December 28, 1995
BaseballOrioles: Signed P Keith Shepherd and IF Clay Bellinger to minor-league contracts.Padres: Re-signed P Willie Blair to a one-year contract.Yankees: Re-signed 2B Pat Kelly to a two-year contract.BasketballHeat: Waived C-F LeRon Ellis.Mavericks: Placed G Lucious Harris on the injured list.CollegeDuke: Declared basketball player Tony Moore academically ineligible.Ohio State: Sent S Damon Moore home from the Florida Citrus Bowl for a violation of team rules.FootballBengals: Re-signed offensive coordinator Bruce Coslet, defensive coordinator Larry Peccatiello, offensive line coach Paul Alexander, running backs coach Jim Anderson, quarterbacks coach Ken Anderson, receivers coach and offensive assistant John Garrett, defensive backs coach Ron Meeks, linebackers coach Joe Pascale, defensive assistant Bobby DePaul, line coach Tim Krumrie, special teams coach Joe Wessel and strength coach Kim Wood.
ENTERTAINMENT
By Rob Hiaasen and Rob Hiaasen,Sun Staff | February 28, 1999
There are no new ideas. Every new idea is related to an old idea -- maybe a close brother or distant cousin. This new story, for instance, is based on an old idea that was once a new story itself.Take the movies. In just the past few years, many new movies have been based on old TV shows: "The Addams Family," "The Avengers," "The Brady Bunch," "Lost in Space," "Mission: Impossible" (sequel due this fall), "My Favorite Martian" (out now), and also coming this year, "The Mod Squad," "Dudley Do-Right," and "The Wild, Wild West" starring Will Smith.
NEWS
By Myriam Marquez | July 28, 1998
ONE WAS my television dad -- warm and even-handed, a down-to-earth fella who always seemed to know what was best for his family, and by extension, all of America's families.The other was a larger-than-life hero, who, from outer space taught this immigrant child very important lessons about American optimism and courage, about this great nation's "can do" spirit.Robert Young and Alan B. Shepard Jr. -- one the actor, the other the astronaut -- shaped a whole generation of Americans, particularly my generation.
FEATURES
By Mike Littwin | October 7, 1996
ANYBODY who says televised presidential debates don't mean anything weren't watching last night.We learned so much.We saw for instance that Bob Dole has the better tan.That moderator Jim Lehrer's hair-dye job is even worse than Bob Dole's eyebrow-dye job.That Bill Clinton can go an entire 90 minutes without once biting his lip.But what we mostly learned was that Bob Dole is a funny. I mean, real funny. I don't know who won the debate. Bob Dole attacked. Bill Clinton played prevent defense.
SPORTS
By Phil Jackman and Phil Jackman,SUN STAFF | March 27, 1996
The fight for third place in the Southern Division started between the Bandits and Carolina Monarchs, oh, last summer sometime when the two franchises were introduced into polite society (and the AHL) as expansion teams. Both undoubtedly thought they caught a break being placed in the same division -- hey, we can always beat out an expansion team.The Monarchs (5-5-1) got off to a far better start than the Bandits (1-9-1) and held the advantage until the first week of January. Baltimore held onto third place for more than 10 weeks, never by more than three points, until caught and passed by Carolina five days ago."
SPORTS
By Ken murray | October 25, 1991
Haven't they outstayed their usefulness?* As if it wasn't bad enough the Cincinnati Bengals are 0-7, the organization continues to be embarrassed by the many harangues of coach Sam Wyche.If you caught his act in Monday night's 35-16 loss in Buffalo, you saw him berate an assistant coach (Jim Anderson) on the sidelines, charge onto the field to argue an official's call and jump into the middle of a scuffle in front of the Bengals bench.Later he blamed the loss on officiating, and at least one comment carried dark insinuation.
SPORTS
December 24, 1996
BaseballAstros: Agreed to terms with C Randy Knorr on minor-league contract.Marlins: Agreed to four-year, $17.5 million contract with P Robb Nen.Mets: Signed C Todd Pratt to minor-league contract.Padres: Re-signed free-agent IF Craig Shipley. Signed C Don Slaught to minor-league contract.Phillies: Agreed to terms with SS Kevin Stocker on one-year contract, P Ken Ryan on two-year contract, and OF RubenAmaro and P Reggie Harris on minor-league contracts.Rangers: Signed IF Jerry Browne to minor-league contract.
NEWS
November 25, 1993
One of the women who served as the inspiration for the film "A League of Their Own" will be the featured speaker at a Dec. 7 breakfast sponsored by the Greater Severna Park Chamber of Commerce.The breakfast is set for 8 a.m. to 9:30 a.m. at the Severna Park Library on McKinsey Road.The guest speaker will be Dr. Florence Blanck of the Severna Park Chiropractic Center, who played in the All American Girls Baseball League, which was featured in the movie. The league was formed during World War II, when many major league baseball players were in the armed forces.
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