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By Sheridan Lyons and Sheridan Lyons,Sun Staff Writer | April 8, 1994
A Howard Street antiques dealer who recalled a man selling a "most significant" silver service helped lead the police to former state health official John M. Staubitz Jr., now on trial on five charges of daytime housebreaking in Baltimore County.Frederick Duggan, of the Imperial Half Bushel in the 800 block of N. Howard St., told a Circuit Court jury yesterday that Mr. Staubitz came to the shop Sept. 22, with Robert Ernest Emmons Jr., his alleged accomplice.Emmons, 29, formerly of Baltimore, pleaded guilty to two burglary charges and testified for the prosecution.
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By Sheridan Lyons and Sheridan Lyons,Sun Staff Writer | April 8, 1994
A Howard Street antiques dealer who recalled a man selling a "most significant" silver service helped lead the police to former state health official John M. Staubitz Jr., now on trial on five charges of daytime housebreaking in Baltimore County.Frederick Duggan, of the Imperial Half Bushel in the 800 block of N. Howard St., told a Circuit Court jury yesterday that Mr. Staubitz came to the shop Sept. 22, with Robert Ernest Emmons Jr., his alleged accomplice.Emmons, 29, formerly of Baltimore, pleaded guilty to two burglary charges and testified for the prosecution.
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April 10, 1992
The USS Annapolis, the Navy's newest nuclear submarine, will carry with it some links to its namesake city and its own past when it joinsthe fleet tomorrow.The submarine, the fourth ship to be named for the city, will be commissioned in Groton, Conn., almost a year after its launching.After the commissioning ceremony, Mayor Alfred Hopkins will present to the captain and crew a portion of the silver service used by the original USS Annapolis in 1897.The original silver punch bowl and ladle was given to the gunboat, which served in the Spanish-American War and as a training ship before it was removed from service in 1940.
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By Amy P. Ingram and Amy P. Ingram,Contributing Writer | December 9, 1992
Marguerite Fearey, 74, was getting tired of fighting with Annapolis traffic and struggling with her garden everyday on her own, so she picked up the phone and hired a daughter.She called Silver Service, a two-woman business designed to aid seniors with everyday activities and errands.Sally Branning and Diane Kramer, founders of the service, rent themselves out five days a week as "Daughters for a Day" to more than 20 seniors throughout Anne Arundel County. The Silver Service provides three categories of service: within the home, outside the home or delivery to the home.
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By From staff reports | October 21, 1991
It's the hope of Jim Mutscheller and his wife, Pert, that the stolen silver service emblematic of the Baltimore Colts winning the 1959 world championship will be returned. The Mutscheller home in Guilford was robbed over the weekend. Included in the property taken was the title game memento of a tray, sugar bowl and pitcher that was given to the players and suitably engraved.Mrs. Mutscheller lost other silverware and a necklace that had miniature gold footballs and other symbolic awards won by her husband during the time he played at Beaver (Pa.)
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By Gil Sandler | January 3, 1995
IF GOV. WILLIAM Donald Schaefer has his way, Baltimore's harbor will soon resemble a scene from the old TV show "The Love Boat," complete with loved ones waving to passengers leaving or arriving aboard cruise ships.The governor wants to develop a port of call for cruise ships at the foot of Caroline Street, at the site of the old Allied Chemical plant, not far from Inner Harbor attractions. Under the governor's plan, the state would purchase the 1.2-acre site adjacent to the old chrome works plant to construct a cruise ship terminal at a cost of about $50 million.
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By GILBERT SANDLER and FRED RASMUSSEN | June 11, 1991
THE mood about cruises out of Baltimore is quite upbeat, according to Harriet Segal, head of the port's customer relations, with cruises scheduled for departure to Bermuda, the Caribbean, Canada and South America. Indeed, more passenger ships are scheduled to call at the Port of Baltimore this season than at any time in the past 15 years, say port officials. But the port will have to beef up its passenger business a whole lot to match or surpass the volume before World War II.In 1930, you could go direct weekly from Pier 11 in Canton to Le Havre, France.
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February 5, 2004
On February 4, 2004, JOSEPH STANLEY SUFCZINSKI, age 79, born March 6, 1924, son of the late Frank Adam and Sophia Helinski Sufczinski. A decorated Veteran of the D-Day Invasion of Normandy and the Battle of Northern France, Rhineland and Central Europe. Joseph was a tech 5 radio operator and marksman in Battery D of the 467th Coast Artillery Automatic Weapons Battalion. He served June 1942 to December 1945 earning the Good Conduct Medal, the European Campaign Medal with Silver Service Star and the WWII Victory Medal.
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November 26, 2003
CHARLES BERNARD WOOD, 85, of Salisbury, died Sunday, November 23, 2003, at Wicomico Nursing Home. Born in Baltimore, he was the son of the late Frank and Ethel Wood and husband of the late Katherine Wood. He is survived by his daughter and son-in-law, Lynn S. and Dr. Dennis J. Chodnicki; sister and brother-in-law, Evelyn and Melvin Krason of Dundalk and grandchildren, Ryan, Shey and Brooks Chodnicki of Salisbury. Before his illness Mr. Wood was an active member of Faith Lutheran Church and a volunteer for The Joseph House.
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