Dr. K. Malinow
Dr. Kenneth Malinow, who practiced internal medicine and psychiatry in Baltimore since 1980, died Saturday at Sinai Hospital of heart disease.
Dr. Malinow, who was 42 and lived on Midfield Road in Pikesville, maintained an office in the Village of Cross Keys.
He was a member of the staffs of Sinai Hospital, the Homewood Hospital Center South, Good Samaritan Hospital and Church Hospital.
Born in Baltimore, he was a graduate of Milford Mill High School, the University of Maryland at College Park and the university's medical school.
He studied on a fellowship at the Max Planck Institute in Germany. He was a resident in internal medicine at Sinai Hospital and in psychiatry at University Hospital.
Specializing in matters on the borderline between physical medicine and psychiatry, Dr. Malinow was a member of several professional groups, including the Society for Clinical and Experimental Hypnosis, the Academy of Psychosomatic Medicine, the American Society of Internal Medicine, the New York Academy of Science, the Maryland Psychiatric Society, the American Psychiatric Association, the Baltimore City Medical Society and the Medical and Chirurgical Faculty of Maryland.
He is survived by his wife, the former Elaine Hurwitz; two sons, Joshua and Daniel Malinow, both of Pikesville; his mother, Helene Malinow of Randallstown; and two brothers, Dr. Andrew Malinow of Crownsville and Martin Malinow of Los Angeles.
Services were held Sunday at the Beth Jacob Congregation, where Dr. Malinow was a board member. He also was a member of the Beth Tfiloh Congregation.
June T. Amlie
Navy contract manager
A memorial service is being planned for June T. Amlie, a contract manager for the Navy Department and a resident of Bethesda, who was one of 23 people killed Friday in the crash of a commuter plane near Brunswick, Ga.
Former Sen. John G. Tower and astronaut Manley Lanier "Sonny" Carter were among the victims.
Though arrangements were incomplete yesterday, the service is tentatively planned for May 18.
Dr. Amlie, who was 64, began working for the Navy in 1951 at its weapons center in China Lake, Calif., as an expert on vulnerability of ships and aircraft. She moved to the Washington area in 1971.
She was born June Townsend in Atlantic City, N.J., and graduated from Maryville College in Maryville, Tenn. By the age of 24, she had earned a master's degree in chemistry from Princeton University and a doctorate in analytic chemistry from Rutgers University.
She supported women's groups in the Washington area, including the National Organization for Women.
Her marriage to Kirk Odencrantz ended in divorce.
She is survived by her husband of 35 years, Thomas S. Amlie; two daughters, Laura Amlie of Baltimore and Marcella Amlie of New York City; and a son, Thomas T. Amlie of Lanham.
The family suggested contributions to the D.C. Rape Crisis Center.
Services for George Athas, a retired restaurant owner who was day manager of nightclubs or supper clubs where his son was managing partner, will be held at 11 a.m. tomorrow at St. Demetrios Greek Orthodox Church, 2504 Cub Hill Road.
Mr. Athas, who was 100, lived on Galewood Road in Timonium. He died Sunday at St. Joseph Hospital after a stroke during midnight Easter services.
Known as Pop, he had helped his son at the Rhapsody Club on Old Annapolis Road in the 1950s and more recently at the Parkville club that is now the Club Martinique. It earlier was Maxwell's and the Club Venus.
He retired in the late 1940s after owning the Capitol Grill next to the Capitol Theater on West Baltimore Street.
Born George Athanasakos in Tarapsa, Greece, he came to this country in 1909 and lived in New York, New Jersey and in Pennsylvania. He owned small restaurants at various times in different Pennsylvania communities before coming to Baltimore during the 1930s.
His wife, the former Arhontoula Stratigakos, died in 1985.
He is survived by his son, Michael G. Athas of Timonium; 88TC daughter, Cleopatra Stamidis of Timonium; a sister, Panagiota Vamvakiti of Rochester, N.Y.; and four grandchildren.
In Knights of Columbus
A Mass of Christian burial for Manuel V. Gonsalves, who was active in the Knights of Columbus in Anne Arundel County, will be offered at 9 a.m. tomorrow at St. Francis Xavier Roman Catholic Church in East Providence, R.I.
Mr. Gonsalves, who was 88, died Saturday of heart failure after being ill with cancer at the Severna Park home of his son. He moved to Severna Park from East Providence in 1990.
He retired in 1962 as a foreman in a Goodyear Tire and Rubber Co. footwear plant where he had worked for 40 years.
In the Knights of Columbus, he was a member of the Holy Trinity Council in Severna Park and the Admiral William S. Benson Assembly of the Fourth Degree in Annapolis.
His wife, the former Theresa Murray, died in 1966.