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March 2, 2008
On February 26, 2008, GALLIE; loving sister of Rev. Larry Smith. She is also survived by one sister-in-law Betty Smith, other relatives and friends. Friends may call at Shiloh Baptist Church of Edgemere, 2501 Sycamore Avenue, on Sunday from 3 to 6 p.m. where the family will receive friends on Monday at 10:30 a.m. followed by funeral services at 11 a.m. Arrangements by CALVIN L. WILLIAMS FUNERAL SERVICES P.A. Inquiries may be made to 410-534-2400.
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By Frederick N. Rasmussen, The Baltimore Sun | May 8, 2013
Jeanette M. Smith, a retired housekeeper who was active in Republican politics, died May 2 at FutureCare Old Court senior living facility in Randallstown. She was 94. "We are waiting for the results of an autopsy for the cause of death," said a grandson, Thomas R. Jones II of Baltimore. The former Jeanette Marion Ray was born and raised in Catonsville and was a 1937 graduate of Frederick Douglass High School. That year, she married Alexander Smith, a jukebox repairman, who died in 1983.
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By Gregory P. Kane and Gregory P. Kane,Sun Staff Writer | March 1, 1995
Police in Anne Arundel and three other counties suspect that two men held in the Prince George's County Detention Center are part of a trio that committed nearly 60 burglaries and other thefts in those jurisdictions, authorities said yesterday.Larry Eugene Smith, 22, and Rodney Lee Smith, 28, who are not related and have no fixed addresses, are suspects in a rash of "garage door" burglaries, car thefts and thefts from autos in Anne Arundel, Howard, Prince George's and Montgomery counties.
NEWS
March 2, 2008
On February 26, 2008, GALLIE; loving sister of Rev. Larry Smith. She is also survived by one sister-in-law Betty Smith, other relatives and friends. Friends may call at Shiloh Baptist Church of Edgemere, 2501 Sycamore Avenue, on Sunday from 3 to 6 p.m. where the family will receive friends on Monday at 10:30 a.m. followed by funeral services at 11 a.m. Arrangements by CALVIN L. WILLIAMS FUNERAL SERVICES P.A. Inquiries may be made to 410-534-2400.
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June 18, 2005
On June 15, 2005, KENNETH ROBERT SMITH, beloved husband of Frances Eleanor Smith (nee Mooney); loving father of Gloria Strickland and her husband Eddie, Brenda Fitzgerald and her husband Dean, Deborah Quick and her husband John, Sheila Holt and K. Chris Smith; dear grandfather of B.J. Fitzgerald, Brian Fitzgerald, Courtney Strickland and Kevin Strickland; cherished great-grandfather of William J. Fitzgerald Jr. and Sarah Fitzgerald; devoted brother of...
SPORTS
April 29, 1991
Andy Geiger, University of Maryland athletic director, will be the guest speaker for the McCormick Unsung Heroes Awards Banquet, Friday evening at Marriott's Hunt Valley Inn.The 51st annual event will honor 98 nominees from among 65 city and county public, private, parochial and independent area schools. One male and one female will be cited as the 1991 Unsung Heroes and receive college scholarships valued at $3,000 for each of four academic years.The nominees -- boys for football and girls for basketball -- are:Neil Strobel, Curley; Matthew Cremen & Jacquelyn Cordery, Spalding; Shobita Chakravarthy, Arlington Baptist; Michael Mack, Boys' Latin; Eric Murray, Calvert Hall; Everett Ward, Carver; Karen Mannion, Catholic; Nicole Hunt, Catonsville; Derek Ruby & Fanny Marini, Chesapeake-BC; Keith Barney & LaWanda Beal, City; Larry Smith & Jacquetta Charles, Douglass; Paul Rich, Dulaney; Charles Bell and Pasha Sabree, Dunbar; Mark Smith & Denise Haller, Dundalk; Brian Sellers, EVT; Larry Smith & Karen Moore, Edmondson/Westside; Brian Randall and Nicole Del Simmons, Forest Park; Eric Hartley & Carlee Bamonto, Franklin; Pierre Caramazza, Friends; Martin Kolb, Gibbons; Michael Weinfeld, Gilman; Dale List, Hereford; Michael Lanasa & Laura Nelson, John Carroll.
SPORTS
May 3, 1991
University of Maryland athletic director Andy Geiger will be the guest speaker at the 51st McCormick Unsung Hero Awards Banquet tonight at Marriott's Hunt Valley Inn.Ninety-eight candidates, two of whom will be honored, will represent 65 Baltimore and Baltimore County public, private and parochial schools.McCormick scholarships worth $3,000 a year for each of four academic years will be presented to one male athlete and one female athlete.Established in 1940 by Charles P. McCormick, the program recognizes unselfish team play and honors those who contribute substantially to the success of their teams without receiving acclaim.
SPORTS
December 29, 1997
No. 19 Missouri (7-4) vs. No. 18 Colorado State (10-2)Time: 8 p.m. todayTV: ESPNLine: Colorado State by 3 1/2Series: Missouri leads 1-0Last meeting: Missouri won, 28-14, in 1982Coaches: Larry Smith (18-26-1); Sonny Lubick (40-19)Outlook: The 19th-ranked Tigers averaged 42 points during a five-game second-half surge, but opponents are averaging 30.2 points and 386.5 yards. Colorado State is averaging 41 points and 423 yards during an eight-game winning streak behind quarterback Moses Moreno (2,257 yards passing, 20 touchdowns)
NEWS
March 12, 2000
25 Years Ago: All of the Mt. Airy business men and women, together with members of the clergy and representatives of various newspapers, met at the Town Office this morning, Wednesday, March 12th, to meet and greet the newly assigned Mt. Airy State Trooper. Trooper Larry Smith, together with other troopers from the Frederick Barracks, and Mayor Lewis Dixon, greeted all who stopped by the Town Office and answered any questions that were presented. Trooper Larry Smith is now permanently assigned to Mt. Airy where he will be on duty forty hours a week on a regular basis, working out of the Town Office.
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By Michael Pakenham | June 22, 2003
Beyond Glory: Medal of Honor Heroes in Their Own Words, by Larry Smith. Norton. 320 pages. $26.95. Smith, long an editor with The New York Times and then managing editor of Parade, interviewed 24 of the living 142 recipients of the Medal of Honor, the U.S. top decoration for gallantry. Six served in World War II, six in Korea and the rest in Vietnam. Smith's interview pieces are largely direct quotations, though he writes descriptive and transitional material very articulately. The stories are compelling, dramatic and often amazingly modestly told.
NEWS
June 18, 2005
On June 15, 2005, KENNETH ROBERT SMITH, beloved husband of Frances Eleanor Smith (nee Mooney); loving father of Gloria Strickland and her husband Eddie, Brenda Fitzgerald and her husband Dean, Deborah Quick and her husband John, Sheila Holt and K. Chris Smith; dear grandfather of B.J. Fitzgerald, Brian Fitzgerald, Courtney Strickland and Kevin Strickland; cherished great-grandfather of William J. Fitzgerald Jr. and Sarah Fitzgerald; devoted brother of...
NEWS
January 28, 2004
Edna V. Cormack, a former secretary and homemaker, died of cancer Thursday at Ma Maison, a Perry Hall assisted-living facility. She was 86. Born Edna Virginia Smith in Glen Arm, she was raised in Parkville. She was a 1934 graduate of Towson High School, and also graduated from Strayer Business College in Baltimore. During the 1930s and 1940s, she worked as a secretary at Baltimore Sales Book Co., and later for George Hess, president of Hess Shoes, until her marriage to J. Vernon Cormack in 1946.
ENTERTAINMENT
By Michael Pakenham | June 22, 2003
Beyond Glory: Medal of Honor Heroes in Their Own Words, by Larry Smith. Norton. 320 pages. $26.95. Smith, long an editor with The New York Times and then managing editor of Parade, interviewed 24 of the living 142 recipients of the Medal of Honor, the U.S. top decoration for gallantry. Six served in World War II, six in Korea and the rest in Vietnam. Smith's interview pieces are largely direct quotations, though he writes descriptive and transitional material very articulately. The stories are compelling, dramatic and often amazingly modestly told.
SPORTS
December 7, 2000
Sunday San Diego at Ravens CHARGERS: Out: S Michael Dumas (ankle). Doubtful: G Kevin Gogan (knee); WR Jeff Graham (jaw); DE Neil Smith (knee). Questionable: LB Gerald Dixon (calf). Probable: RB Terrell Fletcher (ribs); RB/KR Ronney Jenkins (thigh); WR Reggie Jones (knee); QB Moses Moreno (knee); LB Shannon Taylor (thigh). RAVENS: Doubtful: T Harry Swayne (thigh). Questionable: WR Jermaine Lewis (chest). Arizona at Jacksonville CARDINALS: Out: DE Thomas Burke (abdomen); LB Ray Thompson (knee)
NEWS
March 12, 2000
25 Years Ago: All of the Mt. Airy business men and women, together with members of the clergy and representatives of various newspapers, met at the Town Office this morning, Wednesday, March 12th, to meet and greet the newly assigned Mt. Airy State Trooper. Trooper Larry Smith, together with other troopers from the Frederick Barracks, and Mayor Lewis Dixon, greeted all who stopped by the Town Office and answered any questions that were presented. Trooper Larry Smith is now permanently assigned to Mt. Airy where he will be on duty forty hours a week on a regular basis, working out of the Town Office.
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By Candus Thomson and Candus Thomson,SUN STAFF | July 27, 1998
People cross oceans and drive thousands of miles to camp in this former gravel pit, hard by one of the East Coast's busiest intersections.They compete to be heard over the roar of 18-wheelers, and dry their bathing suits in air filled with rush-hour exhaust.But there's a method to their seeming madness: For a fraction of the cost of a hotel, campers at Cherry Hill Park are about eight miles from the monuments and museums of Washington.It's the biggest tourist accommodation in Prince George's County, claims co-owner Norman Gurevich, and the closest private campground to D.C.On a midsummer's evening, Cherry Hill Park is alive with as many as 1,000 temporary residents housed in everything from Army surplus tents to custom-built, million-dollar homes on wheels.
NEWS
January 28, 2004
Edna V. Cormack, a former secretary and homemaker, died of cancer Thursday at Ma Maison, a Perry Hall assisted-living facility. She was 86. Born Edna Virginia Smith in Glen Arm, she was raised in Parkville. She was a 1934 graduate of Towson High School, and also graduated from Strayer Business College in Baltimore. During the 1930s and 1940s, she worked as a secretary at Baltimore Sales Book Co., and later for George Hess, president of Hess Shoes, until her marriage to J. Vernon Cormack in 1946.
SPORTS
By GARY LAMBRECHT | July 30, 1995
Is one commissioner enough for the Canadian Football League?Not necessarily. The owners of the five U.S.-based CFL franchises are lobbying for the appointment of a vice commissioner to be based in America and share power with CFL commissioner Larry Smith, according to a report in the Toronto Globe & Mail.Baltimore Stallions owner Jim Speros confirmed that Peter Ueberroth and Jack Kemp are two of the candidates that U.S. owners are pursuing. Speros added that the American owners aren't dissatisfied with Smith.
SPORTS
December 29, 1997
No. 19 Missouri (7-4) vs. No. 18 Colorado State (10-2)Time: 8 p.m. todayTV: ESPNLine: Colorado State by 3 1/2Series: Missouri leads 1-0Last meeting: Missouri won, 28-14, in 1982Coaches: Larry Smith (18-26-1); Sonny Lubick (40-19)Outlook: The 19th-ranked Tigers averaged 42 points during a five-game second-half surge, but opponents are averaging 30.2 points and 386.5 yards. Colorado State is averaging 41 points and 423 yards during an eight-game winning streak behind quarterback Moses Moreno (2,257 yards passing, 20 touchdowns)
SPORTS
By GARY LAMBRECHT | July 30, 1995
Is one commissioner enough for the Canadian Football League?Not necessarily. The owners of the five U.S.-based CFL franchises are lobbying for the appointment of a vice commissioner to be based in America and share power with CFL commissioner Larry Smith, according to a report in the Toronto Globe & Mail.Baltimore Stallions owner Jim Speros confirmed that Peter Ueberroth and Jack Kemp are two of the candidates that U.S. owners are pursuing. Speros added that the American owners aren't dissatisfied with Smith.
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