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April 18, 2005
On Saturday April 16, 2005 RUTHHELLMAN (nee Eisen) beloved wife of the late Charles (Lou) Hellman, devoted mother of Ronald Hellman, Lorna Kane, Dr. Jhan Hellman, Scott Hellman and Heather Dunn, beloved sister of the late Maury Eisen, Joey Eisen and Anita Leshnick, loving mother-in-law of Richard Kane, Barbara Hellman, Cheryl Hellman and Thomas Dunn and the late Susan Hellman, loving grandmother of nine and loving great-grandmother of two and her loving...
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By Mike Giuliano | December 29, 2011
Let's get metaphysical. That's the right frame of mind for viewing the abstract compositions in Richard Hellman 's exhibit in the Himmelfarb Gallery at Tai Sophia Institute in Laurel. Indeed, "The Inner Circle: Screenprints and Etchings" has cosmic aspirations. This Baltimore-based artist relies upon an imagistic vocabulary of astronomically evocative spirals. He also uses circles and wavy lines that you're free to metaphorically interpret in terms of everything from natural forms to the very nature of existence.
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October 9, 2005
On Friday, October 7, 2005, BETTY M. HELLMAN (nee Lowensteiner), devoted wife of the late Richard Hellman; beloved mother of Ruth Greenfeld and Stanley H. Hellman, both of Baltimore; mother-in-law of David Greenfeld and Elissa Hellman; devoted sister of the late Jeannette Shegal and Max Lowenstein; loving grandmother of Susan and Paul Harans, Helaine Greenfeld and Richard Mintz, Jennifer Greenfeld and Joshua Gordon, Rachel Hellman and Jacob Hellman; loving...
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April 9, 2011
Dorothy G. Hellman, a retired teacher who founded a book club, died April 1 from complications of a stroke at Roland Park Place. She was 98. The daughter of an accountant and a homemaker, Dorothy Gurkin was born and raised in Newark, N.J., where she graduated in 1930 from South Side High School. She began her college career at Brenau College in Gainesville, Ga., and later transferred to what is now Montclair University in New Jersey, where she earned her bachelor's degree in 1934 in education.
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August 29, 2004
On August 27, 2004 EDWARDELLSWORTH HELLMAN, SR., beloved husband of Theresa A. (nee Duschl), devoted father of Catherine "Kitty" Sauer, Richard Hellman and the late Edward E. Hellman, Jr., loving grandfather of Paul Sauer, Tracey Hellman and Joseph Hellman, Nicholas Heider and the late Henry Sauer, III. Also survived by one sister Marie Klapka and four great grandchildren. Funeral services will be held at the family owned Duda-Ruck Funeral Home of Dundalk, Inc., 7922 Wise Avenue, Monday 11 A.M. Interment Oak Lawn Cemetery.
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By Sandra Crockett and Sandra Crockett,Baltimore County Bureau of The Sun | September 1, 1991
The Baltimore County school board has unleashed a consultant in the search for a new superintendent to replace retiring Robert Y. Dubel and issued a call for advice from dozens of groups and individuals.Maureen Steinecke of Laurel-based Steinecke and Associates Inc. will be paid $55,000 to help the board in its search. Ms. Steinecke was the executive director of the Maryland Association of Boards of Education for 11 years before retiring in September 1989.The board also has sent letters to 38 county organizations, "which have a history of interest and involvement with public schools," said Rosalie Hellman, board president.
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By Frank D. Roylance and Frank D. Roylance,Evening Sun Staff | July 15, 1991
Suddenly they're everywhere.Hungry Japanese beetles are on the roses, on the ornamental plants, grapes, berries and fruit trees, in the vegetable garden.Entomologists say favorable weather conditions have made this a bountiful year for the half-inch long, brown and metallic-green bugs. Garden stores in some areas are doing a land-office business in beetle traps."We sell out of every one we can get our hands on," said John Warnken, assistant manager of Frank's Nursery and Crafts store in Owings Mills.
NEWS
July 1, 1993
With the decision by Rosalie Hellman to step down as Baltimore County Board of Education president, the nine-member panel has at last acknowledged something must be done to keep the school system from having a nervous breakdown.Stuart Berger had barely arrived in Towson last year as the new school superintendent before angering parents and teachers with the first of his changes to the system. Few knew or noted these alterations had been laid out in an visionary blueprint drawn during the tenure of Robert Y. Dubel.
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By Larry Carson and Larry Carson,Staff Writer | June 19, 1993
After months of silence about the controversy surrounding school Superintendent Stuart Berger, Baltimore County Executive Roger B. Hayden stepped into the fight yesterday as peacemaker.Mr. Hayden, a former school board president, called for a public meeting next week at which teachers, parents, school board members and administrators can discuss their differences. Another former school board president, Donald Pearce, who appeared with Mr. Hayden, will chair the meeting, the executive said.
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By JoAnne C. Broadwater and JoAnne C. Broadwater,SPECIAL TO THE SUN | October 29, 1995
Until it closed in 1991, the Madonna House was a popular spot for northwestern Harford County residents to enjoy a cup of coffee, a bowl of homemade soup and friendly banter.Now it's coming back.This week, if all goes as planned, Pete and Donna Hellman will reopen the Madonna House restaurant in a new strip of retail stores known as Madonna Center at Norrisville Road and Jarrettsville Pike.The retail center is on a lot next to a High's store, which occupies the site of a frame house that housed the old restaurant.
NEWS
October 9, 2005
On Friday, October 7, 2005, BETTY M. HELLMAN (nee Lowensteiner), devoted wife of the late Richard Hellman; beloved mother of Ruth Greenfeld and Stanley H. Hellman, both of Baltimore; mother-in-law of David Greenfeld and Elissa Hellman; devoted sister of the late Jeannette Shegal and Max Lowenstein; loving grandmother of Susan and Paul Harans, Helaine Greenfeld and Richard Mintz, Jennifer Greenfeld and Joshua Gordon, Rachel Hellman and Jacob Hellman; loving...
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April 18, 2005
On Saturday April 16, 2005 RUTHHELLMAN (nee Eisen) beloved wife of the late Charles (Lou) Hellman, devoted mother of Ronald Hellman, Lorna Kane, Dr. Jhan Hellman, Scott Hellman and Heather Dunn, beloved sister of the late Maury Eisen, Joey Eisen and Anita Leshnick, loving mother-in-law of Richard Kane, Barbara Hellman, Cheryl Hellman and Thomas Dunn and the late Susan Hellman, loving grandmother of nine and loving great-grandmother of two and her loving...
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By William Hyder and William Hyder,SPECIAL TO THE SUN | March 4, 2005
Lillian Hellman's The Children's Hour has held the stage for 70 years because of its vivid illustration of an unfortunate fact: Malicious gossip can destroy people's lives. Donald Hicken's powerful production of the drama is being presented by Rep Stage in a joint production with Everyman Theatre and Baltimore School for the Arts. Set in the 1930s, "The Children's Hour" takes place in a girls' school run by two longtime friends, Karen Wright and Martha Dobie. The pupils come from prosperous families, and as the play opens these young ladies are seen taking part in an elocution class taught by Martha's Aunt Lily.
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August 29, 2004
On August 27, 2004 EDWARDELLSWORTH HELLMAN, SR., beloved husband of Theresa A. (nee Duschl), devoted father of Catherine "Kitty" Sauer, Richard Hellman and the late Edward E. Hellman, Jr., loving grandfather of Paul Sauer, Tracey Hellman and Joseph Hellman, Nicholas Heider and the late Henry Sauer, III. Also survived by one sister Marie Klapka and four great grandchildren. Funeral services will be held at the family owned Duda-Ruck Funeral Home of Dundalk, Inc., 7922 Wise Avenue, Monday 11 A.M. Interment Oak Lawn Cemetery.
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By J. Wynn Rousuck and J. Wynn Rousuck,SUN THEATER CRITIC | June 18, 2002
Lillian Hellman's plays are often criticized for being excessively melodramatic, and the Shakespeare Theatre's production of The Little Foxes doesn't do much to dispel that criticism. Subtlety would be one way to counteract the extremes of melodrama, but while Douglas Hughes' staging makes some efforts in this direction, his production rarely achieves it. Nor is that the only difficulty with the Shakespeare Theatre's first venture into Hellman territory. From the start, the three actors portraying the venal Hubbard siblings strain credibility as blood kin. It's not just a matter of physical appearance, although that's a contributing factor.
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By J. Wynn Rousuck and J. Wynn Rousuck,SUN THEATER CRITIC | September 8, 2001
"I have not often in my life felt what I feel now," the outraged and sickened matriarch, Fanny, says in the third act of Lillian Hellman's Watch on the Rhine. When a stunned Tana Hicken speaks these words in Everyman Theatre's stirring production, you not only understand what she means, you feel it, too. A pall has descended on Fanny's comfortable suburban Washington home. The year is 1940 and suddenly, World War II has burst through the elegant front doors. The well-to-do widow of an ambassador, Hicken's Fanny is the type of refined, self-assured grande dame whose chief vice is an occasional outburst of rudeness.
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By J. Wynn Rousuck and J. Wynn Rousuck,SUN THEATER CRITIC | June 18, 2002
Lillian Hellman's plays are often criticized for being excessively melodramatic, and the Shakespeare Theatre's production of The Little Foxes doesn't do much to dispel that criticism. Subtlety would be one way to counteract the extremes of melodrama, but while Douglas Hughes' staging makes some efforts in this direction, his production rarely achieves it. Nor is that the only difficulty with the Shakespeare Theatre's first venture into Hellman territory. From the start, the three actors portraying the venal Hubbard siblings strain credibility as blood kin. It's not just a matter of physical appearance, although that's a contributing factor.
NEWS
June 30, 1993
Although it seems like just another symptom in the nervous breakdown of a school system, the decision by Rosalie Hellman to step down as Baltimore County School Board president is a hopeful sign. It indicates the board has at last acknowledged that the controversy surrounding the system has gotten out of hand and must be quelled.It also offers what may be the last chance to salvage the new programs implemented in the past year by School Superintendent Stuart Berger -- programs even many of his critics say are needed.
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