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June 7, 2006
On Sunday, June 4, 2006, HENRYKLEINMAN; beloved husband of Shirley Kleinman; (nee Krulevitz); loving father of Ilene Lockman, Howard Kleinman and Robert Kleinman, all of Baltimore, MD; devoted father in-law of Deborah Agus and the late Steve Lockman and Carol Kleinman; beloved brother of Martin Kleinman of Owings Mills, MD and the late Alfred Kleinman and Gertrude Goldman; loving grandfather of Peter Dopkin, Andrew and Michael Lockman, Rebecca and Joseph...
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June 7, 2006
On Sunday, June 4, 2006, HENRYKLEINMAN; beloved husband of Shirley Kleinman; (nee Krulevitz); loving father of Ilene Lockman, Howard Kleinman and Robert Kleinman, all of Baltimore, MD; devoted father in-law of Deborah Agus and the late Steve Lockman and Carol Kleinman; beloved brother of Martin Kleinman of Owings Mills, MD and the late Alfred Kleinman and Gertrude Goldman; loving grandfather of Peter Dopkin, Andrew and Michael Lockman, Rebecca and Joseph...
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SPORTS
April 17, 1992
Leonard Kleinman's lawyers denied yesterday that that he had settled his dispute with George Steinbrenner and said he was still pursuing his lawsuit against commissioner Fay Vincent.The Yankees fired Kleinman as chief operating officer on Feb. 21 because he refused to withdraw the lawsuit against Vincent. Kleinman claimed Vincent unfairly prevented him from succeeding Steinbrenner as managing general partner.Kleinman also says the Yankees owe him $1 million plus interest from the remainder of his contract, and has sought a hearing under the auspices of the American Arbitration Association.
NEWS
March 16, 2006
On Tuesday, March 14, 2006, PHYLLIS A. BOND (nee Kleinman), beloved wife of the late Malcohlm Joseph Bond, mother of Stephanee Gross Wallace of Baltimore, MD and Robyn Gross Lemieux of California, loving mother-in-law of David Lemieux, devoted sister of Linda Sutton of Colorado and David Kleinman of Virginia, loving sister-in-law Maureen Stevens and Sandi Kleinman. Loving daughter of Betty Davison (nee Sutton) and the late Morris Kleinman and Martin Davison. loving aunt of Kevin Kleinman, Jason Kleinman and Misty Eichengreen.
NEWS
March 16, 2006
On Tuesday, March 14, 2006, PHYLLIS A. BOND (nee Kleinman), beloved wife of the late Malcohlm Joseph Bond, mother of Stephanee Gross Wallace of Baltimore, MD and Robyn Gross Lemieux of California, loving mother-in-law of David Lemieux, devoted sister of Linda Sutton of Colorado and David Kleinman of Virginia, loving sister-in-law Maureen Stevens and Sandi Kleinman. Loving daughter of Betty Davison (nee Sutton) and the late Morris Kleinman and Martin Davison. loving aunt of Kevin Kleinman, Jason Kleinman and Misty Eichengreen.
SPORTS
April 21, 1992
Baseball commissioner Fay Vincent said he expects Leonard Kleinman's lawsuit against him to be dropped today, a key step in George Steinbrenner's campaign to regain control of the New York Yankees.Kleinman, former chief operating officer of the Yankees, sued Vincent for $22 million after the commissioner blocked him from succeeding Steinbrenner as managing general partner in August 1990. Steinbrenner paid for the suit at first, then asked Kleinman to drop it when it became an obstacle to Steinbrenner's discussing a return to the Yankees.
NEWS
By Newsday | January 31, 1995
NEW YORK -- Cal Kleinman arrived at Kennedy Airport clutching what he called a gift of God. Next month, he will give a gift of life.It is a straight swap for Mr. Kleinman, president of Bennett X-Ray Technologies in Copiague, N.Y.: an $85,000 mammography machine for a priceless, 300-year-old Torah that for 50 years had been in the basement of a drugstore in a small town less than a mile from the Auschwitz concentration camp. The town desperately needed the medical equipment, but had no way to pay for it. The only thing it had to offer were 18 Torah scrolls that had lain unnoticed since the defeat of Nazi Germany at the end of World War II.Through a complex network of deals and negotiations , the first Torah scroll arrived in New York yesterday.
NEWS
BY A SUN STAFF WRITER | October 17, 1997
A furniture renovator was sentenced to a week in jail, one year of probation and fined $10,000 after he was convicted of criminal air pollution violations, the Maryland attorney general's office reported.Joseph Kleinman, 64, of Derwood was sentenced Wednesday by Montgomery County Circuit Judge Michael D. Mason after he was convicted of operating a spray-paint booth without a permit at a shop he operated on Wilkens Avenue in Rockville.Kleinman operated a cabinet-renovation business called Kitchen Care, where his spray painting sent odors into nearby homes and made residents dizzy, the attorney general's office said.
SPORTS
April 16, 1992
First baseman Hal Morris broke a bone behind the knuckle of his right index finger when he was hit by a pitch and will be lost to the Cincinnati Reds for four to six weeks.Morris finished second to Terry Pendleton for the National League batting title last year.Reds All-Star shortstop Barry Larkin twisted his right knee and bruised his left arm while chasing a pop fly. It isn't known whether he will miss any games.* YANKEES: Partners are scheduled to meet today amid reports that George Steinbrenner and Leonard Kleinman have reached a settlement of their dispute over Kleinman's lawsuit against commissioner Fay Vincent and over the $1 million Kleinman contends the club owes him.* BRAVES: Outfielder Deion Sanders, batting .447 and with a league-high 17 hits, including one home run and five triples, said that, despite another year on his contract with the NFL's Falcons, he wants to remain with the baseball team until the end of season.
BUSINESS
By Michael Dresser and Michael Dresser,Staff Writer | January 14, 1993
The Society Hill Hotel on West Biddle Street has filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection, citing the city's stalled revitalization of midtown as one of the reasons for its financial problems.The 15-room hotel, the first of several small bed-and-breakfast inns that opened in renovated Baltimore buildings during the 1980s, remains open while it attempts to reach an agreement with its creditors to restructure its debt, said Society Hill's owner, Thomas J. Kleinman of Philadelphia.Mr. Kleinman said yesterday that there would be no layoffs or cut backs in operations.
ENTERTAINMENT
By Victoria A. Brownworth and Victoria A. Brownworth,SPECIAL TO THE SUN | May 6, 2001
Some writers - like Melinda Haynes - possess an almost instinctual sense of place. Her second novel, "Chalktown" (Theia, 317 pages, $23.95), revisits both the era (1960s) and site (rural Mississippi) of her immensely successful first novel, "Mother of Pearl." Sixteen-year-old Hezekiah Sheeland suffers from more than the usual adolescent angst, constricted as he is by a casually cruel mother, Susan-Blair; obsessive absentee father, Fairy; tragic sister, Arena; and mentally disabled toddler brother, Yellababy.
NEWS
August 28, 2000
Elmer Walter Doss, 90, factory foreman Elmer Walter Doss, a retired foreman and World War II veteran, died Tuesday at St. Agnes HealthCare in Baltimore from complications of a urinary tract infection and pneumonia. He was 90. Born in Evansville, Ind., Mr. Doss served two years during World War II as an Army medic in New Guinea and the Philippines. He returned to Evansville and married Frances Cordelia Stewart, who grew up in the house next to his. Mrs. Doss died in 1990, after nearly 38 years of marriage.
ENTERTAINMENT
By Frank D. Roylance and Frank D. Roylance,Sun Staff | July 23, 2000
BETHESDA -- You snap on a pair of latex gloves and stand there uneasily while Cyndi Weikert, a brain researcher at the National Institute of Mental Health, reaches into a wide-mouth plastic tub and lifts out a human brain. In your hands, it is cool to the touch, pliant and slippery like a big, wrinkly, hard-boiled egg. It has the heft of a small melon. You hold it carefully, and turn it. Gently, as you would a tiny newborn. For not so long ago this was someone -- or at least someone's mind, the seat of all their memories, their dreams, their hopes and fears.
NEWS
BY A SUN STAFF WRITER | October 17, 1997
A furniture renovator was sentenced to a week in jail, one year of probation and fined $10,000 after he was convicted of criminal air pollution violations, the Maryland attorney general's office reported.Joseph Kleinman, 64, of Derwood was sentenced Wednesday by Montgomery County Circuit Judge Michael D. Mason after he was convicted of operating a spray-paint booth without a permit at a shop he operated on Wilkens Avenue in Rockville.Kleinman operated a cabinet-renovation business called Kitchen Care, where his spray painting sent odors into nearby homes and made residents dizzy, the attorney general's office said.
NEWS
By Newsday | January 31, 1995
NEW YORK -- Cal Kleinman arrived at Kennedy Airport clutching what he called a gift of God. Next month, he will give a gift of life.It is a straight swap for Mr. Kleinman, president of Bennett X-Ray Technologies in Copiague, N.Y.: an $85,000 mammography machine for a priceless, 300-year-old Torah that for 50 years had been in the basement of a drugstore in a small town less than a mile from the Auschwitz concentration camp. The town desperately needed the medical equipment, but had no way to pay for it. The only thing it had to offer were 18 Torah scrolls that had lain unnoticed since the defeat of Nazi Germany at the end of World War II.Through a complex network of deals and negotiations , the first Torah scroll arrived in New York yesterday.
BUSINESS
By Michael Dresser and Michael Dresser,Staff Writer | January 14, 1993
The Society Hill Hotel on West Biddle Street has filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection, citing the city's stalled revitalization of midtown as one of the reasons for its financial problems.The 15-room hotel, the first of several small bed-and-breakfast inns that opened in renovated Baltimore buildings during the 1980s, remains open while it attempts to reach an agreement with its creditors to restructure its debt, said Society Hill's owner, Thomas J. Kleinman of Philadelphia.Mr. Kleinman said yesterday that there would be no layoffs or cut backs in operations.
SPORTS
April 25, 1992
Twenty-one months of litigation caused by George Steinbrenner's removal from control of the New York Yankees came to an end yesterday when the third and final lawsuit was dropped.Leonard Kleinman, the team's former chief operating officer, dropped the suit in U.S. District Court after receiving a $1.05 million payment from Steinbrenner. Commissioner Fay Vincent had said he would not entertain a request for Steinbrenner's instatement until the lawsuits disappeared.Vincent was prepared to suspend Steinbrenner for two years on July 30, 1990, after the owner's association with and $40,000 payment to gambler Howard Spira, who had provided information about former Yankees outfielder Dave Winfield.
ENTERTAINMENT
By Frank D. Roylance and Frank D. Roylance,Sun Staff | July 23, 2000
BETHESDA -- You snap on a pair of latex gloves and stand there uneasily while Cyndi Weikert, a brain researcher at the National Institute of Mental Health, reaches into a wide-mouth plastic tub and lifts out a human brain. In your hands, it is cool to the touch, pliant and slippery like a big, wrinkly, hard-boiled egg. It has the heft of a small melon. You hold it carefully, and turn it. Gently, as you would a tiny newborn. For not so long ago this was someone -- or at least someone's mind, the seat of all their memories, their dreams, their hopes and fears.
ENTERTAINMENT
By SCOTT HETTRICK and SCOTT HETTRICK,Los Angeles Times Syndicate | October 23, 1992
SHADOWS AND FOG(Orion, 1992) Woody Allen. He cranks out films at about the same clip as Stephen King publishes horror novels. But unlike Mr. King, one never knows what to expect from Mr. Allen. Comedy? Stark drama? Black-and-white or color? Will Mr. Allen be on screen or not?In fact, the most constant element of his 25 films has been the female lead, which one can almost always assume will be whomever Mr. Allen is dating or married to at the time. His former wife, Louise Lasser, co-starred in a couple of his earliest comedies, followed by Diane Keaton in a half-dozen of his finest efforts from 1972 to 1979, and lastly Mia Farrow, who has helped him churn out a new film each year for the past decade.
SPORTS
April 25, 1992
Twenty-one months of litigation caused by George Steinbrenner's removal from control of the New York Yankees came to an end yesterday when the third and final lawsuit was dropped.Leonard Kleinman, the team's former chief operating officer, dropped the suit in U.S. District Court after receiving a $1.05 million payment from Steinbrenner. Commissioner Fay Vincent had said he would not entertain a request for Steinbrenner's instatement until the lawsuits disappeared.Vincent was prepared to suspend Steinbrenner for two years on July 30, 1990, after the owner's association with and $40,000 payment to gambler Howard Spira, who had provided information about former Yankees outfielder Dave Winfield.
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