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By ROB KASPER | June 21, 1992
To eat the crab mustard, or not to eat the crab mustard, that was the question.Recently I struggled with this uncertainty. I pondered which parts of the crab I wanted to eat, and which parts I didn't.I didn't think about it too long. A half-dozen soft crabs, soon to be known as supper, were sitting on the kitchen counter. It was my job to clean them, to prepare them for cooking by snipping off unwanted parts.I removed the underside of the crab called its apron. I opened it up and removed the gills or "devil's fingers."
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By Sports Digest | January 5, 2011
Men's college basketball Baylor's Dunn too much for Morgan; Navy tops Longwood LaceDarius Dunn set career highs with 43points and 10 3-pointers as Baylor broke out of a shooting slump in the second half and raced past visiting Morgan State, 89-72, on Tuesday night. Dunn hit three 3-pointers within 58 seconds during a 19-4 run midway through the second half as Baylor (10-3) broke open a tight game. McDonald's All-American Perry Jones III , who was held scoreless Monday in a win over Texas Southern, bounced back with 17 points, and Quincy Acy added 11 points and eight rebounds.
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March 13, 2005
On March 11, 2005, ANGELINE MAE (Colpo) Tolley, of Ellicott City, MD, beloved wife of the late Charles Glenn Tolley, loving mother of Lisa Joy Richardson and her husband James, Patricia T. Falk and her husband Brian, Christopher Glenn Tolley and his wife Patricia Jo, and Douglas Charles Tolley and his wife Margaret. Cherished grandmother of Gregory James and Timothy Evan Richardson, Bradley Tage, Katie Angeline, Julie Lisa and Erik Pierre Falk, Christopher Grant and Sarah Jo Tolley and Glenn Ross and Grace Elizabeth Tolley.
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December 27, 2008
JAMES EDWARD (Jim) TOLLEY, 75, formerly of Dundalk, received the gift of eternal life on Christmas Eve. He was the husband of Joan Carol Tolley. Jim was a retired Welder for Bethlehem Steel Shipyard and McLean Contractors. He was a master mason in the Patapsco Lodge #183 A.F. &A.M. in Dundalk, MD. In addition to his wife he is survived by three daughters; two sons; three sisters; 12 grandchildren; and seven great grandchildren. He was preceded in death by a son and a sister. Robinson Funeral Home, Appomattox, VA is serving the family.
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September 5, 2005
On September 1, 2005, MARY F. TOLLEY; beloved mother of Frank Arcilesi and Steve Arcilesi, Charles Planz, James Tolley, Kathleen Hayhurst and Jennifer Baldree; loving grandmother of Colleen, Carl, Angela, Calen, Amy, Jessica, Travis, Robbie and Adam; great-grandmother of Jayden; loving sister of Frank Lamagro. Relatives and friends are invited to call Schimunek Funeral Home of Bel Air Inc., 610 W. Macphail Road, (Rt 24), on Tuesday, from 6 to 9 P.M. Grave side services will be held at Bel Air Memorial Gardens on Wednesday at 11 A.M.
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By Stan Dillon and Stan Dillon,SPECIAL TO THE SUN | September 15, 1996
Dave Tolley has won drag races at other area tracks, but until Labor Day weekend, the Mount Airy driver had never been able to win on his home track, 75-80 Dragway."
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By Jacques Kelly and Jacques Kelly,SUN STAFF | November 1, 2000
Retired Navy Rear Adm. Kemp Tolley, who said the White House ordered him to use his ship as a target to help drag the United States into World War II in the hours before the attack on Pearl Harbor, died Saturday of complications of a stroke at his home in Corbett, in Northern Baltimore County. He was 92. Mr. Tolley's command of the Lanikai, then a battered, 27-year-old wooden schooner previously used as a theatrical prop, provided some of the war's more unusual scenes. His 4,000-mile, three-month odyssey was a notable incident in a naval career that stretched from duty on the rivers of China in the 1930s to peacetime in Japan in 1950s.
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August 7, 2003
On August 6, 2003, LOUIS S. MARTIN, beloved husband of Catherine Martin (nee Hesterberg), devoted father of Karen "Casey" Laighton and her husband Jeff, Craig Martin and his wife Dawn, Janine Tolley and her husband Skip and the late Kenneth Martin. Loving grandfather of Erik and Marc Laighton, Crystal Martin, Chelsea and Zachary Tolley. Relatives and friends are invited to call at the Schimunek Funeral Home, Inc., 610 W. MacPhail Road (Rt. 24), on Friday from 3 to 5 and 7 to 9 P.M. where a Funeral Service will be held on Saturday at 10 A.M. Interment Holly Hill Memorial Gardens.
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May 19, 2001
Rodney J. Brooks, 81, insurance executive Rodney J. Brooks, a retired insurance executive and philanthropic leader, died Wednesday of heart failure at Gilchrist Center for Hospice Care. He was 81 and lived in the Lake Roland section of North Baltimore. In 1954, he became managing partner of the Tongue, Brooks & Co. insurance agency in downtown Baltimore. He was named president in 1974 and retired in 1985. He was lay chairman of the Catholic Charities Appeal from 1959 to 1961. Pope Paul VI named him a Knight of St. Gregory.
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By Rob Kasper | November 7, 2001
WHILE MOST OF the tailgaters who set up their spreads in the parking lots around PSINet Stadium are rooting for the Ravens to repeat as Super Bowl champions, one group, Poe's Crows, has a large stake in the team's success. If the Ravens make it to the Super Bowl in February, then six members of the Poe's Crows tailgating group will get a free trip to New Orleans. The Poe's Crows contingent won this shot at the Super Bowl several weeks ago, when the group's tailgating operation at Stockholm and South Sharp streets was judged "most spirited" by Lynne Tolley.
NEWS
March 13, 2005
On March 11, 2005, ANGELINE MAE (Colpo) Tolley, of Ellicott City, MD, beloved wife of the late Charles Glenn Tolley, loving mother of Lisa Joy Richardson and her husband James, Patricia T. Falk and her husband Brian, Christopher Glenn Tolley and his wife Patricia Jo, and Douglas Charles Tolley and his wife Margaret. Cherished grandmother of Gregory James and Timothy Evan Richardson, Bradley Tage, Katie Angeline, Julie Lisa and Erik Pierre Falk, Christopher Grant and Sarah Jo Tolley and Glenn Ross and Grace Elizabeth Tolley.
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August 7, 2003
On August 6, 2003, LOUIS S. MARTIN, beloved husband of Catherine Martin (nee Hesterberg), devoted father of Karen "Casey" Laighton and her husband Jeff, Craig Martin and his wife Dawn, Janine Tolley and her husband Skip and the late Kenneth Martin. Loving grandfather of Erik and Marc Laighton, Crystal Martin, Chelsea and Zachary Tolley. Relatives and friends are invited to call at the Schimunek Funeral Home, Inc., 610 W. MacPhail Road (Rt. 24), on Friday from 3 to 5 and 7 to 9 P.M. where a Funeral Service will be held on Saturday at 10 A.M. Interment Holly Hill Memorial Gardens.
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By Laurie Willis and Laurie Willis,SUN STAFF | March 5, 2003
Last weekend's break from inclement weather had Steven Baum at Greetings & Readings seeing something his business had been sorely missing: customers. Baum, president of the Loch Raven Plaza store that specializes in cards, gifts and books, said it was the first "normalized" weekend he'd seen in weeks. "It still wasn't normal, but you're starting to see people coming out again," Baum said. "They were getting cagey from being locked in. You could see it in their eyes. Now their attitudes are different, their demeanor's different.
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By Rob Kasper | November 7, 2001
WHILE MOST OF the tailgaters who set up their spreads in the parking lots around PSINet Stadium are rooting for the Ravens to repeat as Super Bowl champions, one group, Poe's Crows, has a large stake in the team's success. If the Ravens make it to the Super Bowl in February, then six members of the Poe's Crows tailgating group will get a free trip to New Orleans. The Poe's Crows contingent won this shot at the Super Bowl several weeks ago, when the group's tailgating operation at Stockholm and South Sharp streets was judged "most spirited" by Lynne Tolley.
NEWS
May 19, 2001
Rodney J. Brooks, 81, insurance executive Rodney J. Brooks, a retired insurance executive and philanthropic leader, died Wednesday of heart failure at Gilchrist Center for Hospice Care. He was 81 and lived in the Lake Roland section of North Baltimore. In 1954, he became managing partner of the Tongue, Brooks & Co. insurance agency in downtown Baltimore. He was named president in 1974 and retired in 1985. He was lay chairman of the Catholic Charities Appeal from 1959 to 1961. Pope Paul VI named him a Knight of St. Gregory.
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By Jacques Kelly and Jacques Kelly,SUN STAFF | November 1, 2000
Retired Navy Rear Adm. Kemp Tolley, who said the White House ordered him to use his ship as a target to help drag the United States into World War II in the hours before the attack on Pearl Harbor, died Saturday of complications of a stroke at his home in Corbett, in Northern Baltimore County. He was 92. Mr. Tolley's command of the Lanikai, then a battered, 27-year-old wooden schooner previously used as a theatrical prop, provided some of the war's more unusual scenes. His 4,000-mile, three-month odyssey was a notable incident in a naval career that stretched from duty on the rivers of China in the 1930s to peacetime in Japan in 1950s.
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By Mike Bowler and Mike Bowler,SUN STAFF | September 9, 1998
WHEN I SET OFF for college 39 years ago this week, I carried on the train two suitcases and a heavy typewriter.My Columbia University roommate and I had a single electrical appliance -- an AM-FM radio. Hot plates were considered fire hazards and banned. We watched the Kennedy-Nixon debates the next year on the only television sets available -- black-and-whites in the dorm lounges.Eight years later, in 1967, about a quarter of freshmen lugged typewriters and alarm clocks to school, according to a survey conducted by a Minnesota research firm and sponsored by the Best Buy appliance chain.
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By Joel McCord and Joel McCord,SUN STAFF | June 7, 1999
It used to be you could see 200 skiffs any summer morning scraping for soft crabs in Pry Cove off South Marsh Island in Tangier Sound. One morning last week, there were three.As the underwater grasses vital to the health of the Chesapeake Bay disappear, so do the soft crabs and the watermen who scrape for them."The boys get an education, they look for better jobs," reasons 86-year-old Daniel Harrison, who "sailed this bay for 71 years" on the skipjack Ruby Ford out of Smith Island.According to the U.S. Census Bureau, 645 people called Smith's marshy archipelago in the middle of the bay home in 1970.
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