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April 18, 2004
On April 15, 2004, BERNARD G. SHURE, beloved husband or Virginia L. Shure; beloved father of Marshall R. Shure, of Baltimore, MD, Richard M. and Francine S. Shure, of Owings Mills, MD; devoted brother of the late Selma R. Lazarus, Arthur and Irvin Shure; loving grandfather of Andie and Brian Holsten, Kenny and Jennifer Shure; loving great grandfather of Ryan Matthew and Evan Andrew Shure. Services at SOL LEVINSON & BROS., INC., 8900 Reisterstown Road, at Mt. Wilson Lane, on Sunday, April 18 at 1 P.M. Interment Beth Tfiloh Congregation Cemetery, 5800 Windsor Mill Road.
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By DAN RODRICKS | April 3, 2008
Walter Abbott, the Parkville contractor accused of threatening Gov. Martin O'Malley, claims illegal aliens "ruined my life" because their presence in the Baltimore-area labor force over the last two decades kept him from getting drywall work. Abbott, on home detention awaiting trial, told me he's received phone calls of support from people who share his views -- of immigrants and/or O'Malley -- and hail him a hero. Abbott attributes to "illegals" most of his financial problems of the last two decades.
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NEWS
December 15, 2006
On December 14, 2006 VIRGINIA BALDWIN SHURE. Beloved wife of William H. Shure. Dear mother of Lucinda McCausland Shure and Melissa Shure Miller. A Memorial Service will be held Saturday 10 A.M. at St. John's Episscopal Church (Huntingdon). Interment Church Hill Cemetery, Church Hill, MD. In lieu of flowers, contributions may be made to the charity of your choice. Arrangements by the family owned Mitchell-Wiedefeld Funeral Home, Inc.
NEWS
By Jacques Kelly and Jacques Kelly,Sun reporter | March 28, 2008
When friends recalled Marshall Shure yesterday, they compared him to Matlock, a folksy, down-home attorney who could lull people into thinking he was their friend while he was tearing their testimony apart. He could equally play the part of father confessor and social worker. Mr. Shure, an assistant state's attorney who prosecuted vagrancy, car theft, spouse beating and drug possession cases in Baltimore's neighborhood courts - mostly in the Southern District - died of lung cancer Wednesday at the Levindale Hebrew Center and Hospital.
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By Jacques Kelly and Jacques Kelly,Sun reporter | March 28, 2008
When friends recalled Marshall Shure yesterday, they compared him to Matlock, a folksy, down-home attorney who could lull people into thinking he was their friend while he was tearing their testimony apart. He could equally play the part of father confessor and social worker. Mr. Shure, an assistant state's attorney who prosecuted vagrancy, car theft, spouse beating and drug possession cases in Baltimore's neighborhood courts - mostly in the Southern District - died of lung cancer Wednesday at the Levindale Hebrew Center and Hospital.
SPORTS
By Bill Free and Bill Free,SUN STAFF | April 22, 2000
COLLEGE PARK -- It seemed as if the wild Virginia lacrosse celebration would never end last night on the soggy grass at Byrd Stadium. The No. 1-ranked Cavaliers had only done the expected, beating 12th-ranked North Carolina in the semifinals of the ACC tournament. They will meet Maryland, a 7-6 winner over Duke in tomorrow's 3: 30 p.m. final. But, oh, what a tough path Virginia took to a 17-16 double-overtime victory over the charged-up Tar Heels in the highest-scoring game in ACC tournament history.
SPORTS
By Lem Satterfield and Lem Satterfield,SUN STAFF | May 3, 1997
Top-ranked Latin made fourth-ranked St. Paul's its 15th straight victim, 11-5, before some 2,500 sun-bathed fans at Brooklandville yesterday and stayed on course to be the school's first unbeaten lacrosse team.The Lakers, who already were the Maryland Interscholastic Athletic Association A Conference tournament's top seed, will play May 9 in a semifinal at Johns Hopkins against the winner of Tuesday's quarterfinal between Calvert Hall and St. Paul's.Virginia-bound Ian Shure led Boys' Latin with three goals and two assists, raising his career points to 155 and his career assists to 87 -- one shy of the all-time record (88)
BUSINESS
By Eric Benderoff and Eric Benderoff,Chicago Tribune | August 31, 2006
Nothing improves the performance of an iPod, or any other portable music player, more than great headphones. I've been testing the newest headphones from Shure Inc. and if you have the money for the luxurious E500PTH, spend it. It blows away the sound you get from Apple's iPod headphones, and it makes Shure's E3c headphones, the last set I tested from the company, seem like a product from an inferior rival. But $500 is a steep price for this sonic improvement, double the price of some iPods.
NEWS
June 18, 2003
On June 15, 2003, BEATRICE HIRSCH (nee Cohen); beloved wife of Rabbi Joseph H. Hirsch. Services were held at Shure Funeral Home, New Haven, CT. In mourning at 25 Stonehenge Circle, apt. 9, Baltimore, MD 21208.
NEWS
By Jamal E. Watson and Jamal E. Watson,SUN STAFF | September 20, 1998
Westminster police collected 57 firearms yesterday in a Beanie Baby-for-guns exchange sponsored by two local merchants."The exchange was a huge success," said Sydney Shure, owner of "ideas, etc. toys etc. ltd.," an organizer of the event. "We thought we would get at least 100 guns. We didn't get 100, but we're still satisfied with what was turned in."Shure, 64, co-sponsored the exchange with Jeanette Gibby, who owns Gibby's Gifts and Miniatures, which operates out of Shure's store in the Route 140 Village Shopping Center.
NEWS
December 15, 2006
On December 14, 2006 VIRGINIA BALDWIN SHURE. Beloved wife of William H. Shure. Dear mother of Lucinda McCausland Shure and Melissa Shure Miller. A Memorial Service will be held Saturday 10 A.M. at St. John's Episscopal Church (Huntingdon). Interment Church Hill Cemetery, Church Hill, MD. In lieu of flowers, contributions may be made to the charity of your choice. Arrangements by the family owned Mitchell-Wiedefeld Funeral Home, Inc.
BUSINESS
By Eric Benderoff and Eric Benderoff,Chicago Tribune | August 31, 2006
Nothing improves the performance of an iPod, or any other portable music player, more than great headphones. I've been testing the newest headphones from Shure Inc. and if you have the money for the luxurious E500PTH, spend it. It blows away the sound you get from Apple's iPod headphones, and it makes Shure's E3c headphones, the last set I tested from the company, seem like a product from an inferior rival. But $500 is a steep price for this sonic improvement, double the price of some iPods.
NEWS
By DAN RODRICKS | August 21, 2005
RALPH E. "Casey" Kloetzli died in an alley behind an abandoned house on a short side street I had neither heard of nor visited in my 27 years in Baltimore. Until two weeks ago, he had lived a tormented life in the "other Baltimore," the subculture of addiction and distress that so many of us know only from a distance. Members of Kloetzli's family ran Werner's, the landmark downtown restaurant. A few years ago, in an effort to make households of Carroll County safer, Kloetzli's mother staged a successful Beanie Baby-for-guns swap at her Route 140 toy store, and received quite a bit of attention for it. But I knew none of this until the other day. Casey Kloetzli's life -- 41 years, at least half of them scarred by mental illness and drug addiction -- transpired in the "other Baltimore," without public exposure but with a ton of private pain.
NEWS
July 6, 2004
On July 4, 2004 FANNIE B. SILBERT (nee Levin) beloved wife of the late Max Silbert, devoted mother of Alvin L. Silbert, of Baltimore, Sheldon I. Silbert of Boca Raton, FL., dear mother-in-law of Norma L. (Ginger) Silbert and Bonnie Silbert, devoted sister of the late William (Bill) Levin, Nathan Levin, Sibby Alred, Rose Friedman and Shirley Polansky, loving grandmother of Eunice and Charles (Chuck) Cohen, Lisa and Richard Shure, Phillip Silbert and Howard Silbert, adored step-grandmother of Wendy and Richard Warfield, Sharon and Michael Rogers, loving great-grandmother of Jillian Shure, Matthew and Brandon Shure and Jacob Cohen.
NEWS
April 18, 2004
On April 15, 2004, BERNARD G. SHURE, beloved husband or Virginia L. Shure; beloved father of Marshall R. Shure, of Baltimore, MD, Richard M. and Francine S. Shure, of Owings Mills, MD; devoted brother of the late Selma R. Lazarus, Arthur and Irvin Shure; loving grandfather of Andie and Brian Holsten, Kenny and Jennifer Shure; loving great grandfather of Ryan Matthew and Evan Andrew Shure. Services at SOL LEVINSON & BROS., INC., 8900 Reisterstown Road, at Mt. Wilson Lane, on Sunday, April 18 at 1 P.M. Interment Beth Tfiloh Congregation Cemetery, 5800 Windsor Mill Road.
NEWS
By DAN RODRICKS | August 31, 2003
MARSHALL SHURE never ran for office and he never was host of a television show, but the man can't stand 15 minutes in a public place in South Baltimore - Cross Street Market, for instance - without some aging delinquent recognizing him as an important figure from the distant or immediate past. Prostitutes, drug addicts, alcoholics, petty burglars, car thieves, sex fiends, purse snatchers, shoplifters, even old glue-huffers - they all know the 6-foot-6 Shure, and many, surprisingly, regard him in a fond way. "Mr. Marshall!"
NEWS
By DAN RODRICKS | August 31, 2003
MARSHALL SHURE never ran for office and he never was host of a television show, but the man can't stand 15 minutes in a public place in South Baltimore - Cross Street Market, for instance - without some aging delinquent recognizing him as an important figure from the distant or immediate past. Prostitutes, drug addicts, alcoholics, petty burglars, car thieves, sex fiends, purse snatchers, shoplifters, even old glue-huffers - they all know the 6-foot-6 Shure, and many, surprisingly, regard him in a fond way. "Mr. Marshall!"
NEWS
July 6, 2004
On July 4, 2004 FANNIE B. SILBERT (nee Levin) beloved wife of the late Max Silbert, devoted mother of Alvin L. Silbert, of Baltimore, Sheldon I. Silbert of Boca Raton, FL., dear mother-in-law of Norma L. (Ginger) Silbert and Bonnie Silbert, devoted sister of the late William (Bill) Levin, Nathan Levin, Sibby Alred, Rose Friedman and Shirley Polansky, loving grandmother of Eunice and Charles (Chuck) Cohen, Lisa and Richard Shure, Phillip Silbert and Howard Silbert, adored step-grandmother of Wendy and Richard Warfield, Sharon and Michael Rogers, loving great-grandmother of Jillian Shure, Matthew and Brandon Shure and Jacob Cohen.
NEWS
June 18, 2003
On June 15, 2003, BEATRICE HIRSCH (nee Cohen); beloved wife of Rabbi Joseph H. Hirsch. Services were held at Shure Funeral Home, New Haven, CT. In mourning at 25 Stonehenge Circle, apt. 9, Baltimore, MD 21208.
NEWS
May 31, 2003
On Thursday, May 29, 2003, DORA ZELLER (nee Lupolanski); beloved wife of the late Nathan Zeller; devoted mother of Beatrice and Ronald Shapiro, Steven and Jessica Zeller and the late Jeffrey Zeller; dear sister of Selma Goldschmidt; dear sister-in-law of Samuel Trewick; adored grandmother of Max Shure, Richard and Lisa Shure, Heidi and Tim Sullivan, Mira and Bill Kaeding, Howard and Melissa Shapiro, Toba Robinson, Robert and Laurie Shapiro. Very special great-grandmother of 14. Services at SOL LEVINSON & BROS.
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