The New York Times
By JACOB BERNSTEIN
One of the first times Cindy Adams went to a board meeting of the American Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals, tempers flared.
The problem wasn’t the long-debated horse carriage issue. Nor was it how to prevent animals from being euthanized; the planning of the annual Bergh Ball, the organization’s biggest fund-raiser; or how to spend the war chest.