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By Fred Rasmussen and Fred Rasmussen,SUN STAFF | March 7, 1998
For nearly 40 years, Frank Emil Deickman Jr. rose before dawn at his Northwood home and headed to his livery stable on Aliceanna Street in Fells Point, where he built and rented out carts and ponies to hucksters, a-rabs and junkers.Mr. Deickman died Monday at his home of a stroke. He was 95.He was the son of a German immigrant who settled in Fells Point and operated several produce stalls in the Northeast Market.With little formal education, Mr. Deickman learned coopering at an early age. During World War II, he worked in Baltimore shipyards helping to set masts on Liberty ships.
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May 5, 2009
After winning a conference championship, does an NFL owner spend a lot of time pondering whether to go to the Super Bowl? Does the manager of a pennant winning baseball team say, "I'll think about the World Series thing and get back to you in a few days?" Alas, when it rains it pours on Maryland horse racing. An industry that has endured ruinous competition from other forms of legalized gambling over the past two decades, declining attendance, a gradual loss of racing dates, the slots brouhaha, and most recently, bankruptcy and the possibility of state takeover through eminent domain, found itself all wet again over the weekend.
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By Meredith Cohn and Meredith Cohn,SUN STAFF | September 24, 2003
Dick "Swede" Malmgren, The limousine parked in front of Dick "Swede" Malmgren's office has chauffeured countless business executives from their downtown offices to the Baltimore-Washington International Airport for $45 a ride. The limo has been driven through an economic downturn, rising gasoline prices and Sept. 11's chilling effects on travel. But now the limo's for sale because of another factor Malmgren couldn't control and didn't anticipate: a doubling of his insurance premiums, from $2,100 to $4,600 per car. "If the price of milk goes up 200 percent, you stop drinking milk.
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By Meredith Cohn and Meredith Cohn,SUN STAFF | September 24, 2003
Dick "Swede" Malmgren, The limousine parked in front of Dick "Swede" Malmgren's office has chauffeured countless business executives from their downtown offices to the Baltimore-Washington International Airport for $45 a ride. The limo has been driven through an economic downturn, rising gasoline prices and Sept. 11's chilling effects on travel. But now the limo's for sale because of another factor Malmgren couldn't control and didn't anticipate: a doubling of his insurance premiums, from $2,100 to $4,600 per car. "If the price of milk goes up 200 percent, you stop drinking milk.
NEWS
January 2, 1996
Police logNorth Laurel: 9200 block of Livery Lane: A computer and TV equipment were stolen from a home between Dec. 23 and Thursday afternoon, police said.
NEWS
September 11, 1995
POLICE LOG* Laurel: 9500 block of Whiskey Bottom Road: Someone stole tools from a construction trailer Wednesday or Thursday.9200 block of Livery Lane: Someone attempted to steal a 1989 Ford Escort with license plates 057-AVF Thursday.
NEWS
August 4, 1993
POLICE LOG* North Laurel: 9200 block of Livery Lane: Someone stole a white 1970 Honda motorcycle with Maryland tags 5275D8 and a dark blue 1992 Isuzu Amigo with Maryland tags 289766 on Sunday. An attempt was made to take a 1985 Nissan 300ZX.9200 block of Livery Lane: Several items, including credit cards, were taken from a residence late Friday or early Saturday.* Savage: 8800 block of Washington St.: Four juveniles were arrested Saturday evening for entering a house through an unlocked front door.
NEWS
November 3, 1992
* Laurel: 8100 block Aladdin Drive: Someone smashed a window of a 1987 Sterling at the Hammond Middle School Thursday.* 9600 block Barrel House Road: Someone stole a $60 speaker from an unlocked truck Wednesday.* 9200 block Livery Lane: Someone smashed a window of a 1983 Ford Crown Victoria and stole a $450 stereo system Wednesday.
BUSINESS
By Jean Marie Beall and Jean Marie Beall,SPECIAL TO THE SUN | September 2, 2001
Julie Oulton had always wanted to live in a stone house. Always. Nearly three years ago, she and her husband, Carl, asked their real estate agent to give them a list of stone houses for sale in Carroll County that were priced from $100,000 to $150,000. "We couldn't find any in our price range," she recalled. "So, we decided to look at other houses." On the way back from looking at a house, Carl Oulton spotted a for-sale sign in the window of a stone house at 5 Frederick St. in Taneytown.
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By Liz Atwood and Liz Atwood,SUN STAFF | May 11, 2000
A hundred years ago, the meals served in the buildings now housing the Mill Towne Tavern were rather bland - mainly hay and oats. The horses that dined at what was then a livery stable might have been satisfied, but patrons today have choices ranging from quesadillas to rockfish. The Mill Towne Tavern offers what owner Keith Curtisslikes to call "upscale casual" dining. There are tablecloths and linen napkins, but the rough granite walls and folk-art paintings impart a more informal atmosphere.
NEWS
By Jean Marie Beall and Jean Marie Beall,SPECIAL TO THE SUN | February 3, 2000
NEW WINDSOR resident Meg Smith got tired of cancellations from people providing wagons for a corporate picnic she was organizing. She decided to buy one instead. That's how her business, J-Mar B Livery Service at Smith Hill Farm, began. Today, the business hires out its three carriages and four hayride wagons at about 60 functions a year. "I wanted to do a hayride for a corporate picnic," Smith said. "But the people renting the wagons would never show up." That was in 1985, and the business began as a hobby.
NEWS
By Fred Rasmussen and Fred Rasmussen,SUN STAFF | March 7, 1998
For nearly 40 years, Frank Emil Deickman Jr. rose before dawn at his Northwood home and headed to his livery stable on Aliceanna Street in Fells Point, where he built and rented out carts and ponies to hucksters, a-rabs and junkers.Mr. Deickman died Monday at his home of a stroke. He was 95.He was the son of a German immigrant who settled in Fells Point and operated several produce stalls in the Northeast Market.With little formal education, Mr. Deickman learned coopering at an early age. During World War II, he worked in Baltimore shipyards helping to set masts on Liberty ships.
NEWS
August 13, 1996
Police logLaurel: 9200 block of Livery Lane: A red 996 Kawasaki ZX600 motorcycle, Michigan tags QJ458, was stolen between July 29 and 2: 30 p.m. Friday.Laurel: 9300 block of Harvest Way: A light blue 1989 Ford Escort, Maryland tags CTN-160, was stolen between 9: 30 a.m. and 2 p.m. Saturday.Pub Date: 8/13/96
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