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October 11, 1991 - Image 56

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1991-10-11

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LILLIAN JAFFE OAKS,
county commissioner,
Oakland County, has been
named a member of the Na-
tional Association of Coun-
ties' Health Steering
Committee.

Harold Linton

HAROLD LINTON of
Southfield has been named to
the newlycreated position of
assistant dean of the College
of Architecture and Design at
Lawrence Technological Uni-
versity. Mr. Linton will con-
centrate on continuing efforts
in freshman studies and in
managing the pre-college pro-
gram in architecture and
design which he founded in
1976. Mr. Linton, a professor
of architecture, has served on
the Lawrence Tech faculty
since 1974. In addition to his
teaching responsibilities, Mr.
Linton is a practicing artist
and his paintings appear in
numerous galleries, museums
and private collections.

BETTY KOWALSKY STAS-
SON, West Bloomfield piano
teacher, has been invited to
present two lectures and
workshops on the subject
"Criteria for Judging" at the
Ann Arbor Piano Teachers
Guild and the Flint Music
Teachers Association.

Ely Katz

ELY KATZ was chosen to
receive the Michigan Veteran
of the Year Award for his out-
standing work throughout
the state as Commander of
the Jewish War Veterans of
Michigan. In addition, Mr.
Katz received a plaque, a
wristwatch and a citation for
his work with the Jewish War
Veterans in cooperation with
the many other veteran
organizations in Michigan
during his two years as state
commander.

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FRIDAY, OCTOBER 11, 1991

Robert Luby

ROBERT LUBY, a Detroit
native who is an associate of
the Interlochen Center for the
Arts Institutional Advance-
ment Office, received the
Bravo Award from the In-
terlochen Alumni Organiza-
tion. The award recognizes
Mr. Luby for over 30 years of
outstanding service and
dedication to the arts center.
Mr. Luby served for six years
on the Interlochen Alumni
Board and is a past member

Beth El Marrieds
Plan Evening

Whirlyball will be played by
the Beth El Married Group 9
p.m. Oct. 19 at Whirlyball
West, 5700 Drake Road, West
Bloomfield.
Snacks throughout the
evening as well as dessert will
be provided. One hour of com-
plimentary babysitting also is
available. There is a charge.
For information, call Sara
Tatchio, 390-1715 or
588-2016.

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