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June 16, 1967 - Image 20

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1967-06-16

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Brandeis Women Install Officers Tuesday

Installation of officers for the home of Mrs. Harold Marlpa, 530
1367-1968 term of the Greater De- E. Long Lake Road, Bloomfield
troit Chapter of Brandeis Univer- Hills.
sity National Women's Committee
Mrs. Harold A. Robinson, suc-
will he held noon Tuesday at the ceeding Mrs. Herbert Burdick, will
be installed as president with the
following officers and board of
n directors.
They are mesdames:
Vice presidents Jay Allen, Ber-
nard Farber, Max Warren, and
harry Singer; treasurer, Mrs. Alan
Colman; financial secretaries,
Roger Ettlinger and Charles Acker-
man; corresponding secretary, Mil-
ton Zussman; recording secretary,
Aubrey Goldman; board of direc-
tors, three - year term, Stanley
Burkoff, Joseph Cabot, Abraham
Cohen, Donald Grass, Norman
Gordon, Robert Halperin, Miss
Ruth Lewinson, Stuart Mittenthal,
Jerry Morse, Ben Weintraub, Mar-
vin Zeskind; two-year term, Her-
bert Aaronsson, Gerald Aptekar,
Murray Bergman, Alex Etkin,
Oscar Ganser, Karl Girshman,
Samuel Glogower, Mandell Lansky,
William Mazer, Jack Milan, Victor
Shiffman; one-year term, William
Deutsch, Robert Drews, Maxwell
Jospey, Jack Litwin, Harold Marko,
MRS. DAVID BRAVERMAN
Ivan Scholnick, Gerald Sucher,
Gail Diane DeRoven and David Rolfe Weil, Dennis Rands, Sam
Elliott Braverman were married Nagel, Herbert Kaufman.
recently in a candlelight ceremony
The nominating committee con-
at Temple Israel. She is the daugh- sisted of Theodore Birnkrant, Her-
ter of Dr. and Mrs. Marvin J. De- man August, Alvin Barnett, Samuel
Roven of Parkside Rd. The bride- Caplan, Milton J. Doner, Maurice
groom's parents are Mr. and Mrs. Klein, Bert Smokier.
Sam Braverman of W. Outer Dr.
Preceding the installation, which
The bride wore a gown of point
will be conducted by Mrs. Samuel
d'espirt and carried a mixed bou-
quet of white spring flowers.
The bride's sister, Nancy De-
Roven, was the maid of honor;
Barbara Larky, the bridegroom's
sister, was matron of honor; and
the bridesmaids were Amy De-
Roven, the sister of the bride,
Carol Nelson of Kalamazoo and
Ruth Seligman.
Sheldon Larky, brother-in-law
of the bridegroom, was best man.
The ushers were S. Gregory

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A. ROBINSON

Aaron, a petite luncheon will be
served under the direction of Mrs.
Jack Litwin.
All members and friends are in-
vited to attend.
Several Brandeis students will
relate their experiences in rela-
tion to social, scholastic and extra-
curricular activities at Brandeis
University. Mrs. Walter Field is
program advisor.

ZAN GILBERT
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and His ORCHESTRA

"Distinctive Styling in Music
to your Individual Taste"

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Miss Linden Named
Theater Director

The board of directors o
Theater Workshop, Boston, Inc.
announced the appointment
Miss Barbara Linden as educa
tional director for experimentatiol
in the arts to run from July 30 t i
Sept. 1.
Miss Linden, a native Detroiter
is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs
J. Stewart Linden of 16367 West
land, Southfield, and has her B.A .
in speech and theater, a teachin i
certificate in speech and Englis t L ,
and an M.A. from the Universit
of Michigan. She also did graduat e
work in Shakespeare and Eliza
bethan drama in Stratford, Eng
land. She served as apprentice di
rector last year of Theater on th
Wharf, Boston's only professiona i
Summer theater.

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Lipton of New York, Kenneth
Meskin, Kenneth Stuart of Kala-
mazoo and Howard Garrison.
After a Puerto Rico and Virgin

FRANK PAUL

The Michigan Twins Association
will hold its annual convention
June 23-25 at the Pantland Hotel,
Grand Rapids.
Featured will be a tour of the
Grand Rapids Public. Museum and I
Gaslight Village, the planitarium
and hall of astronomy, and the un-
derground gypsum mine. A picnic
lunch will be held 1 p.m. June 24
at John Ball Park.
For information, call Joyce
Hodess, 356-6353.

A 1 r. David B ra verma
Gail Dc Roven

Ava Lepofsky Engaged
to Ronald J. Wagner

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