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The Detroit Jewish News, 1981-04-10

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Friday, April 10, 1981

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

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Zionism" will be offered at
the Zionist Cultural Center
under the auspices of the
Zionist Organization of
America — Detroit District,
it was announced by Sidney
Silverman, president.
The 10-lecture series will
be inaugurated 8 p.m. Wed-
nesday. Subsequent ses-
sions are set for April 29,
May 13, June 3 and 24, July
8 and 22, Aug. 5 and 19 and
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Seminar leader and lec-
turer will be Ezekiel Leikin,
who was recently retired
from his executive position
with the ZOA in Philadel-
phia. Capping 34 years of
continuous service with the
ZOA including an eight-
year stint as director of the
Michigan and Ohio Valley
regions, Leikin was the re-
cipient of ZOA's highest ci-
tation, the Louis D. Bran-
deis Award presented to
him at ZOA's 82nd national
convention in Washington,
D.C.
Leikin is a graduate of_
a Hebrew "Tarbut" High
School in Mariampole,
Lithuania, and the Col-
lege of the City of New
York. As a youth, he was
a disciple of the Zionist
leader, Ze'ev Jabotinsky
and held leadership posi-
tions in the Zionist Re-
visionist movement and
the Betar youth organiza-
tion.
In 1936, he left the U.S.
for pre-state Israel where he
served in Britain's Civil
Service as an inspector in
the department of agricul-
ture. He was active in the
Hagana and the Tel Aviv
Special Constabulary, .a
voluntary police force
formed to protect the all-
Jewish city against Arab
marauders.
In 1943, he enlisted in the
U.S. Army and served with
military intelligence units
in the Near East and
Europe. While stationed in
Egypt, he collaborated with
Hagana emissaries in pro-
curing arms for the Jewish
underground.

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Zionism, Israel and
American-Israel rela-
tions have appeared in
newspapers and journals
in the U.S. and Israel. He
has been a frequent con-
tributor to Philadelphia's
Jewish Exponent and
has lectured extensively
on behalf of ZOA and
other major organiza-
tions.
To participate in the
Zionist seminar, call ZOA
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The Senior Men's Club of
Southfield will meet 1 p.m.
Wednesday in the South-
field Senior Adult Center,
24400 Civic Center Dr.
Gary Goodfriend will
speak on "Wills, Trusts and
Estates." Admission is free.
Friends are invited. For de-
tails, call Judy Samson,
354-9362.

Former Detroiters Paul
and Beatrice Masserman
marked their 55th wedding
anniversary March 28.
Residents of Laguna
Hills, Calif., the Masser-
mans were honored by
Temple Judea_ there on the
occasion.
Masserman preached the_
sermon and the couple
hosted a kidush following
the service. Their three-
year-old grandson Mikey
gave the blessing over the
wine. Their son, Dr. Jay
chanted the Haftorah. Mrs.
Masserman received an
aliya.
Masserman, a former
Detroit Times state and
telegraph editor, is the
brotherhood editor of the
temple bulletin and
handles publicity. He

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the Michigan Club, the
University of Michigan
Alumni group and var-
ious causes including
Technion and Magen
David Adorn.
Mrs. Masserman is a
member of the temple sis-
terhood, Hadassah, Pioneer
Women and Women's
American ORT.
Their children are Mr.
and Mrs. Robert (Esther)
Broner, Mr. and Mrs. Monte
(Marcia) Masserman and
Dr. and Mrs. Jay (Aliza)
Masserman. They have
nine grandchildren.

The Michigan Associa-
tion for Children and Adults
With Learning Disabilities
will present its first confer-
ence for young adults and
adults with learning dis-
abilities to be held on May 2
at the Southfield Campus of
Oakland Community Col-
lege.
For registration informa-
tion, write to: MACLD Con-
ference, 19938 Renfrew, De-
troit, 48221, 342-6399 or
544-4561.

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Only paid-up members are
eligible to vote.
In preparation for
Passover, Hillel is seeking
volunteers to help clean the
lounge and kitchen. Persons
interested in having
Passover lunches' at Hillel
should call the Hillel office,
during business hours,
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