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September 15, 2004
On Sunday, September 12, 2004, REUBEN C. KINSLEY, JR., age 87, of Lutherville. Beloved husband of "Betsy" Hillen (nee Dorsey) Kinsley; devoted father of Marshall C. Kinsley, John E. Kinsley, Deborah K. Pickett and her husband James, Edith L. Kinsley, Elizabeth "Bee" K. Munk and her husband Gilbert and Thomas C. Kinsley; grandfather of Jennifer, Darcy, James, and Sam; great-grandfather of Julia and Katelyn. Friends may call at the family owned Peaceful Alternatives Funeral and Cremation Center, P.A., 2325 York Road, Timonium, on Tuesday from 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 P.M., where a Funeral Service will be held on Wednesday, September 15 at 11 A.M. Interment private.
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By Andrew Ratner | March 16, 2008
Shortly after the allegations surfaced about Bill Clinton's affair with Monica Lewinsky, CNN wrote on its Web site: "Welcome to journalism in the Internet Age: an age when a 30-year-old former CBS gift-shop clerk like [Matt] Drudge, armed with a computer and a modem, can wield nearly as much power as a network executive producer or the editor of The New York Times." Fast-forward to last week and arguably the biggest political sex scandal since then (though there have been plenty of lesser ones)
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NEWS
September 17, 2004
Reuben Clark Kinsley Jr., a retired Baltimore County public defender and former Veterans Affairs loan official, died of a heart attack Sunday while gardening at his Lutherville home. He was 87. Born in Baltimore and raised in Forest Park, he was a 1935 graduate of Forest Park High School and earned a law degree from the University of Baltimore. He enlisted in the Army during World War II and did counter-espionage work investigating foreign workers suspected of enemy activities while employed at embassies in Washington.
NEWS
June 1, 2005
On May 31, 2005, LILLIE ESTELLEGROFEBERT of Severna Park, beloved wife of Klaus W. Grofebert; dear sister of Henry Kinsley; loving aunt of Margaret Elizabeth Combs and Adam Kinsley; beloved daughter of the late Henry and Margaret Kinsley. Friends may call at the Barranco & Sons P.A. Severna Park Funeral Home, Ritchie Hwy at Robinson Rd., on Wednesday 5 to 7 P.M. with Services to follow. In lieu of flowers Memorial contributions may be made to the Hospice of the Chesapeake, 445 Defense Hwy, Annapolis, MD 21401.
NEWS
June 1, 2005
On May 31, 2005, LILLIE ESTELLEGROFEBERT of Severna Park, beloved wife of Klaus W. Grofebert; dear sister of Henry Kinsley; loving aunt of Margaret Elizabeth Combs and Adam Kinsley; beloved daughter of the late Henry and Margaret Kinsley. Friends may call at the Barranco & Sons P.A. Severna Park Funeral Home, Ritchie Hwy at Robinson Rd., on Wednesday 5 to 7 P.M. with Services to follow. In lieu of flowers Memorial contributions may be made to the Hospice of the Chesapeake, 445 Defense Hwy, Annapolis, MD 21401.
NEWS
September 4, 1996
Bessie C. Goldmann, 98, homemaker, charity workerBessie C. Goldmann, a homemaker who was active in several charitable organizations, died yesterday of congestive heart failure at Sinai Hospital. She was 98.The Park Heights Avenue resident was active in the National Council for Jewish Women, helped immigrants get a foothold in the United States and was a former board member of the Sinai Hospital Auxiliary.The former Bessie Cohen was born in Baltimore, the daughter of Isaac and Rosa Cohen, and raised in Fells Point, where her father was the proprietor of the Waterfront Hotel.
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By Jim Fisher, and Jim Fisher,,kansas city star | March 14, 1999
KINSLEY, Kan. -- For years, about the only thing that's ever stirred folks to pause here on a seemingly endless trip across the high plains is the big sign at the junction of U.S. 50, 56 and 183.One arrow points west, reading, "San Francisco, 1561 miles." Another points east, advising, "New York, 1561 miles." As the sign says, Kinsley is "Midway U.S.A," where travelers, relieved to be this far, pose for a snapshot before moving along.But within a couple of years, folks here predict, tour buses will be pulling into town with regularity and swarms will fill Main Street.
NEWS
By Cheryl Lu-Lien Tan and Cheryl Lu-Lien Tan,SUN STAFF | July 2, 1999
Amanda Kinsley and Daniel Singer woke up yesterday morning regular teen-agers, 18-year-olds with untucked shirts, rambunctious personalities and, well, hair.But while their friends set off on vacation fun, high school graduation fresh on their minds, these two Howard County teens stepped wide-eyed, silent and a little pale into the crowded lobby of the Naval Academy's Alumni Hall, into a strange new world.From 6 a.m., Kinsley and Singer, with 1,224 peers in the Naval Academy's incoming class, went through a six-hour metamorphosis that is the institution's legendary induction procedure.
NEWS
April 1, 2003
On March 31, 2003, JAMES L., beloved husband of Frances (nee Natale) Ross; loving father of Jim Ross, and wife Peggy; dear grandfather of Ryan and Kinsley Ross; and devoted brother of Genevieve Schgydt. Also survived by a host of loving nieces and nephews. A Catholic prayer service will be held at the JOSEPH N. ZANNINO, JR. FUNERAL HOME, 263 South Conkling Street (at Gough), on Wednesday at 10 A.M. Interment Oak Lawn Cemetery. Friends may call on Tuesday from 3 to 5 and 7 to 9.
NEWS
By Don Aucoin and Don Aucoin,BOSTON GLOBE | March 2, 1997
Technically, John Wayne was a terrible actor, with all the emotional range of a telephone pole. Yet he continues to have a strong hold on the American imagination. In the New York Review of Books, Garry Wills explains why.Wills draws a connection between our love for Wayne and our hatred of cities. In America, unlike ancient civilizations, there is no "sacred city" that is central to the nation's identity. In fact, in our art, our cinema and our literature, cities are unholy places, snares for the innocent and unwary.
NEWS
September 17, 2004
Reuben Clark Kinsley Jr., a retired Baltimore County public defender and former Veterans Affairs loan official, died of a heart attack Sunday while gardening at his Lutherville home. He was 87. Born in Baltimore and raised in Forest Park, he was a 1935 graduate of Forest Park High School and earned a law degree from the University of Baltimore. He enlisted in the Army during World War II and did counter-espionage work investigating foreign workers suspected of enemy activities while employed at embassies in Washington.
NEWS
September 15, 2004
On Sunday, September 12, 2004, REUBEN C. KINSLEY, JR., age 87, of Lutherville. Beloved husband of "Betsy" Hillen (nee Dorsey) Kinsley; devoted father of Marshall C. Kinsley, John E. Kinsley, Deborah K. Pickett and her husband James, Edith L. Kinsley, Elizabeth "Bee" K. Munk and her husband Gilbert and Thomas C. Kinsley; grandfather of Jennifer, Darcy, James, and Sam; great-grandfather of Julia and Katelyn. Friends may call at the family owned Peaceful Alternatives Funeral and Cremation Center, P.A., 2325 York Road, Timonium, on Tuesday from 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 P.M., where a Funeral Service will be held on Wednesday, September 15 at 11 A.M. Interment private.
NEWS
By Cal Thomas | May 7, 2003
ARLINGTON, Va. - If I were a betting man, I would wager the demons in hell are rejoicing over the news that William Bennett has been ousted as a gambler. His critics, who never liked imposing a moral code on themselves and so rejected the idea that such a code was good for anyone else, are celebrating what they perceive to be a vindication of their position. That attitude was expressed in a column by Michael Kinsley in Monday's Washington Post: "Sinners have long cherished the fantasy that William Bennett, the virtue magnate, might be among our number."
NEWS
April 1, 2003
On March 31, 2003, JAMES L., beloved husband of Frances (nee Natale) Ross; loving father of Jim Ross, and wife Peggy; dear grandfather of Ryan and Kinsley Ross; and devoted brother of Genevieve Schgydt. Also survived by a host of loving nieces and nephews. A Catholic prayer service will be held at the JOSEPH N. ZANNINO, JR. FUNERAL HOME, 263 South Conkling Street (at Gough), on Wednesday at 10 A.M. Interment Oak Lawn Cemetery. Friends may call on Tuesday from 3 to 5 and 7 to 9.
NEWS
By Cheryl Lu-Lien Tan and Cheryl Lu-Lien Tan,SUN STAFF | July 2, 1999
Amanda Kinsley and Daniel Singer woke up yesterday morning regular teen-agers, 18-year-olds with untucked shirts, rambunctious personalities and, well, hair.But while their friends set off on vacation fun, high school graduation fresh on their minds, these two Howard County teens stepped wide-eyed, silent and a little pale into the crowded lobby of the Naval Academy's Alumni Hall, into a strange new world.From 6 a.m., Kinsley and Singer, with 1,224 peers in the Naval Academy's incoming class, went through a six-hour metamorphosis that is the institution's legendary induction procedure.
ENTERTAINMENT
By Jim Fisher, and Jim Fisher,,kansas city star | March 14, 1999
KINSLEY, Kan. -- For years, about the only thing that's ever stirred folks to pause here on a seemingly endless trip across the high plains is the big sign at the junction of U.S. 50, 56 and 183.One arrow points west, reading, "San Francisco, 1561 miles." Another points east, advising, "New York, 1561 miles." As the sign says, Kinsley is "Midway U.S.A," where travelers, relieved to be this far, pose for a snapshot before moving along.But within a couple of years, folks here predict, tour buses will be pulling into town with regularity and swarms will fill Main Street.
NEWS
By Andrew Ratner | March 16, 2008
Shortly after the allegations surfaced about Bill Clinton's affair with Monica Lewinsky, CNN wrote on its Web site: "Welcome to journalism in the Internet Age: an age when a 30-year-old former CBS gift-shop clerk like [Matt] Drudge, armed with a computer and a modem, can wield nearly as much power as a network executive producer or the editor of The New York Times." Fast-forward to last week and arguably the biggest political sex scandal since then (though there have been plenty of lesser ones)
NEWS
By Mona Charen | October 18, 1993
MICHAEL Kinsley, editor of the New Republic and jouster-in-chief with Patrick Buchanan on CNN's "Crossfire," /^ ought, when the time comes, to donate his brain to science -- because in those cells histologists will find the purest distilled liberalism.Take this example. On one broadcast, Pat Buchanan had just finished asking why the "homeless" didn't resort to private charity instead of demanding still more government largess. "There are hundreds of church groups and other private charities offering aid," said Buchanan.
NEWS
By Don Aucoin and Don Aucoin,BOSTON GLOBE | March 2, 1997
Technically, John Wayne was a terrible actor, with all the emotional range of a telephone pole. Yet he continues to have a strong hold on the American imagination. In the New York Review of Books, Garry Wills explains why.Wills draws a connection between our love for Wayne and our hatred of cities. In America, unlike ancient civilizations, there is no "sacred city" that is central to the nation's identity. In fact, in our art, our cinema and our literature, cities are unholy places, snares for the innocent and unwary.
NEWS
September 4, 1996
Bessie C. Goldmann, 98, homemaker, charity workerBessie C. Goldmann, a homemaker who was active in several charitable organizations, died yesterday of congestive heart failure at Sinai Hospital. She was 98.The Park Heights Avenue resident was active in the National Council for Jewish Women, helped immigrants get a foothold in the United States and was a former board member of the Sinai Hospital Auxiliary.The former Bessie Cohen was born in Baltimore, the daughter of Isaac and Rosa Cohen, and raised in Fells Point, where her father was the proprietor of the Waterfront Hotel.
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