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78 Friday, June 22, 1984

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

ON THE AIR



■ *,

RELIGIOUS SCOPE:
8:50 p.m. Sunday, Channel
9, Rabbi Jonathan V. Plaut
will moderate a program of
Jewish interest.

COFFEE WITH HY: 8
p.m. Monday, WCAR
(1090), a program of com-
munity interest, moderated
by Hy Shenkman.

YIDDISH IS HEIMISH:
8:30 p.m. Monday, WCAR

(1090), an all-Yiddish pro-
gram of music, news, inter-
views and other features
with Hy Shenkman.


CAFE SHALOM: 9 p.m.
Monday, WCAR (1090),
music, news and features
from Israel plus community
announcements; with Bella
Greenbaum, Fay Knoll,
Masha Silver and Marilyn
Smith.

Einstein lunch forum set

Ezekiel Leikin, executive
vice president of Metro De-
troit District-Zionist
Organization of America,
will discuss "Dissent or De-
featism: American Jewish
Critics of Israel" at the
Einstein Luncheon Forum
at noon Tuesday at Hamil-
ton Place, it was announced
by Judges Ira G. Kaufman
and Norman W. Feder, co-
chairmen of the forum.
A writer and lecturer on
Zionism and the Middle
East, Leikin has been a

Willens to head Adcraft

Michigan. He is a former
chairman of the Arts and
Crafts Division of the Allied
Jewish Campaign, past
president of Temple Beth El
and current chairman of its
worship and ritual commit-
tee, past president of
Franklin Hills Country
Club and is a Sinai Hospital
trustee and current chair-
man of its chaplaincy com-
mittee.
In the general commu-
nity, Willens has held the
presidency of the Probus
Club of Detroit, the
presidency of the Printing
Harvey Willens
Industries of Michigan on
Harvey
Willens, whose board he currently
president of Willens- serves, the presidency of the
Michigan Corp., has been Advertising Typographers
elected president of the Ad- Association and is an hon-
craft Club.
orary life member of its
A native Detroiter, board. He also is a trustee of
Willens earned a bachelor's the Boys and Girls Clubs of
degree at the University of Metropolitan Detroit.

Helen Rowin will direct
Music Study Club of Detroit

Helen Rowin was in-
stalled as president of the
Music Study Club of Met-
ropolitan Detroit at its an-
nual installation luncheon.
Installed with her were:
Claire Brown and Miriam
Meckler, vice presidents;
Sonia ,Lipenholtz, corre-
spondi,g secretary; Joan
Rose, recording secretary;
Ruth Widrich, treasurer;
and Cyrille Friedman, fi-
nancial secretary.
Elected to the board for
one year were: Bertha Weil, Helen Rowin
Joan Linden and Vera Rol- rjian Abramsohn, Kim
lin. Named for a two-year Rosner-Doelker and Sylvia
..tgrP1 the, board. were: * t

FREDDY SHEYER. One man
orchestras. Senior parties.
Jewish - Modern. 661-2357.

SEYMOUR
ABRAMSON

rt

THE JEWISH SOUND:
6:15 a.m. Sunday, WMJC-
FM (95) and 8 a.m. Sunday,
WNIC-AM (1310). Rabbi
Yitzchak Kagan is the mod-
erator.

RELIGION IN THE
NEWS: 9:05 a.m. Sunday,
CKWW (580), Rabbi
Jonathan V. Plaut is the
moderator.

NATIONAL JEWISH
TELEVISION: 1-4 p.m.
Sunday, Cable Channel 26,
features of interest to the
Jewish community. (Pro-
gram time is subject to
change without notice.)

HELLO JERUSALEM:
5 p.m. Sunday, Cable
Channel 43 (SPN), features
from Israel. (Program time
is subject to change without
notice.)

DIRECTIONS: 12:30
p.m. Sunday, Channel 7,
"The Bible, the Ballot and
Basic Beliefs," an analysis
of religion and politics in
America, hosted by Hugh
Downs.

53—ENTERTAINMENT

The Family
of the Late

member of ZOA's executive
staff for many years and a
member of ZOA's National
Ideological Commission. He
received ZOA's Louis D.
Brandeis award for
"exemplary service to
Zionism and Israel" and in
1982 served as consultant to
the information department
of the Israel Foreign Service
in Jerusalem.
As a youth, he was a dis-
ciple of Ze'ev Jabotinsky
and served on the governing
bodies of Brith Trumpeldor
(Betar) youth organization
and the Zionists-
Revisionists of America.
From 1936 to 1943 Leikin
lived in pre-state Israel,
where he was a member of
the Haganah and the Tel
Aviv Special Constabulary,
a voluntary police unit
sponsored by the Haganah
to protect the all-Jewish
city against Arab maraud-
ers.
In 1943, he enlisted the
U.S. Army and served with
U.S. military intelligence in
the Middle East and
Europe.
For luncheon reserva-
tions, call the ZOA, 569-
1515.

The Families
of the Late

SAMUEL
KANER
MORRIS H.
KANER
JEANETTE
WEISS
BERTHA
SHIPP

Announce the unveil-
ing of monuments in
their memory at 10:30
a.m. Sunday, June 24, at
Beth Yehudah Cemet-
ery. Rabbi Milton Arm,
Rabbi Shaiall Zachari-
ash and Cantor Max
Shimansky will of-
ficiate. Relatives and
friends are asked to
attend.

Clark Family Players

BIRTHDAY
PARTIES
and other special oc-
casions
Clowns,
juggling,
magic, music, dance,
puppets, balloon
sculpture
Call Mary Ellen
273-6716

The Family
of the Late

CATHERINE
DIRENFELD

Announces the un-
veiling of a monument
in her memory 10:45
a.m. Sunday, June 24 at
Oakview Cemetery.
Rabbi Stanley Rosen-
baum will officiate.
Relatives and friends
are asked to attend.

N

The Family
of the Late

YETTA
FELDMAN

Announces the un-
veiling of a monument
in her memory at 11 a.m.
Sunday, July 1, at He-
brew Memorial Park.
Rabbi Sperka will of-
ficiate. Relatives and
friends are asked to
attend.

The Family
of the Late

DORIS J.
KLIMAN

Announces the un-
veiling of a monument
in her memory at 1 p.m.
Sunday, July 1, at He-
brew Memorial Park.
Rabbi Benjamin Gor-
relick will officiate.
Relatives and friends
are asked to attend.

The Family
of the Late

UNVEILINGS

PIANO-FLUTE. DUO. Music for
all social occasions. Call 661-
4648.
CARICATURES for parties,
Bat-Mitzvas, any occasion. By
Julius, 293-1723.

Announces the un-
veiling of a monument
in his memory at 12:45
p.m. Sunday, June 24, at
Clover Hill Park
Cemetery. Rabbi Milton
Arm will officiate. Rela-
tives and friends are
asked to attend.

BENJAMIN
TEREBELO

Announces the un-
veiling of a monument
in his memory at 10 a.m.
Sunday, June 24, at
Workmen's Circle
Cemetery, Stoliner Sec-
tion. Rabbi Herman
Deutsch will officiate.
Relatives and friends
are asked to attend.

IN MEMORIAM

In loving
memory of

BEVERLY
MELLIN

Who passed away
June 22, 1982. Sadly
missed by her husband
Samuel, and daughters
Gail and Andrea.

VERSATILE sophisticated party
music. All occasions. Call 326-
6995, after 9 p.m.

SPACE AGE

COMPUTER PICTURES

Taken of your guests
at Bar Mitzvas, wed-
dings, promotional
parties, etc.

Call 863-7736
for info

54—CEMETERY LOTS

TWO PLOTS in B'nai Moshe sec-
tion, Oakview. Sacrifice $500.

524-1831.

The Family of the Late

HERBERT MARGOLIS

Wishes to extend our heartfelt thanks to
all of our dear friends and relatives for their
kind thoughts, efforts, assistance and sup-
port during our time of bereavement.

OBITUARIES

Aimee Fox

Dr. M. Maskin

Aimee B. Fox, a book-
keeper, died June 19 at age
81.
Born in Mancelona,
Mich., Mrs. Fox was a
member of Temple Beth El
and its sisterhood, the tem-
ple Braille bindery, a
member of the Beth Elders,
National Council of Jewish
Women, Hannah Schloss
Old Timers, National
Asthma Center / National
Jewish Hospital (formerly
CARIH) and a former
member of Montefiore
Lodge.
She leaves four sisters-
in-law, Mrs. Helen Barnett
of California, Mrs. Ida Arfa,
Mrs. Celia. Homburger of
Bay City and Mrs. Frances
Ehrlich of Palm Springs,
Calif.; nieces and nephews.

Dr. Meyer H. Maskin, a
psychiatrist on the faculty
of the University of Florida
at Gainesville, died June 18
at age 73.
Born in New York, Dr.
Maskin lived in Detroit
many years prior to moving
to Florida 10 years ago. He
was graduated from Wayne
State University's medical
school. He was on the staff of
the Veterans Administra-
tion hospital in Gainesville.
During World War II he
was a psychiatrist attached
to the Army's Fourth Di-
vision and landed on Utah
Beach on D-Day. He was the
author of many psychiatric
books and pamphlets.
He leaves his wife, Ber-
nice; two sons, Dr. Eric of
Boston, Mass., and Terry of
Richmond, Va.; his mother,
Mrs. Louis (Jennie) Maskin
of Oak Park; a brother,
George of West Bloomfield;
and a sister, Mrs. Benjamin
(Rosalyn) Reder of South-
field. Interment Detroit.

Sidney Sherman

Sidney G. Sherman, a re-
tired manufacturer's repre-
sentative, died June 17 at
age 78.
Born in Bay City, Mr.
Sherman resided for many
years in Detroit prir to retir-
ing to Bay Harbor Island,
Fla., where he resided at the
time of his death. He repre-
sented a household products
firm.
Mr. Sherman was a
member of KnollwoOd
Country Club,, Sinai Hospi-
tal Guild, B'nai B'rith and
Jewish Welfare Federation.
He leaves his wife, Ethel;
a son, James H. (Sam) of
Franklin; a daughter, Mrs.
James (Ellen) Labes of
Southfield; a sister, Mrs.
Herbert (Florence) Karol of
Bay Harbor Island; and five
grandchildren. Interment
Detroit. -

G. Kratchman

George Kratchman, an
attorney, died June 16 at
age 69.
A native Detroiter, Mr.
Kratchman was a member
of the Masons, Barristers
Unit of B'nai B'rith, Men's
ORT, a life member of the
Zionist Organization of
America, Anti-Defamation
League and Oakland
County and Michigan Bar
Associations.
He leaves his wife, Selma;
a son, Michael; a sist ,-. qrs.
Robert (Pauline) Rosy• ; -1,111
three grandsons.

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