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February 01, 1985 - Image 63

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1985-02-01

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Friday, February 1, 1985

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

ONE LADY
BAND

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piano or portable
organ with
rhythm box

Susan Rott, sister of the brideg-
room, Shelley Lefkowitz, and Lisa
Jacobson of Columbus, Ohio.
Starkman's best man was
Avery Katz of Somerville, Mass.
Ushers were Neal Rott, Mark
Teicher, Barry Fagan and Cliff
Dovitz. The bridegroom's
grandparents, Jack and Rose Pro-
vizer, also participated in the
ceremony.
Ms. Brody, a graduate of Oak-

land University and the North-
western University School of
Law, is an attorney in Detroit.
Starkman was graduated from
Michigan State University and
the University of Detroit' Law
School and has law offices in Pon-
tiac.

Adele Miller

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Following a‘San Francisco hon-
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Southfield.

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Judith Chicorel and Marc
David Herstand were married by
Rabbi Ronald M. Shapiro, Dec. 29,
at Cong. Shalom, Milwaukee,
Wis.
The bride is the daughter of
David Chicorel of Southfield and
the late Mrs. Sedel Chicorel._Par-
ents of the bridegroom are Arnold
Herstand of New York City and
Olive Herstand of Minneapolis,
Minn.
Maid of honor was Lisa As-
kenazy. Bridesmaids were
Michelle Askenazy of Huntington
Woods, Adrea Megdell of Flint,
and Robin Herstand, twin sister of
the bridegroom of New York City.

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Best man was Nate Jacobson of
Cleveland, Ohio. ushers were
Bruce Lehman of San Francisco,
Calif., Gershon Askenazy and
Josh Megdell.

Judith received her B.A. and
master's degrees from Oakland
University and is presently work-
ing as counselor for the Jewish
Vocational Services in Mil-
waukee. Marc received his B.A.
degree at Tufts University, Bos-
ton, and his master's degree at the
University of California, Ber-
keley.
The couple is residing in Mil-
waukee.

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Karen Lehman and Dennis
Boren were married recently at
Excalibur Restaurant. Rabbi Al-
bert Lewis of Grand Rapids, a
cousin of the bridegroom, of-
ficiated.
The bride is the daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. Manfred Lehman of Oak
Park and the late Rose Lehman.
Parents of the bridegroom are Mr.
and Mrs. Bernard Boren of Oak
Park.
Matron of honor was Linda Co-
hen, sister of the bride. Stuart Bo-
ren, brother of the bridegroom,

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was best man.
The bride was graduated from
Wayne State University with a
B.S. degree in physical therapy.
She is currently in private prac-
tice in Farmington Hills. Her
husband earned a B.A. degree at
WSU and a J.D. degree at its law
school. He is currently employed
as an attorrey with the National
Labor Relations Board.
Following a honeymoon in
Puerto Vallarta, Mexico, the
couple is residing in Farmington
Hills.

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LOCAL NEWS

AT

SPACE Has Support Groups

SPACE, a non-sectarian com-
munity service of the National
Council of Jewish Women Greater
Detroit Section, will present sup-
port groups for men and women
who are separated, divorced or
widowed.
Support groups which will run
on Monday, and Feb. 11, 18 and 25
are: divorce support group for
separated and divorced men and
women, 8 p.m.; widowed support
group for men and women, 8 p.m.;
and teen support group for chil-
dren ages 13-17 whose parents are
going through a divorce or are di-
vorced, 7:30 p.m.
Every Wednesday at 8 p.m.
there is a drop-in discussion group
for men and women who are sepa-
rated, divorced or widowed.
On Wednesday, there will be a
special drop-in discussion group
for single parents of terminally ill
or emotionally ill children at 8
p.m.
On Feb. 13, there will be a

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women only at 8 p.m.
A drop-in for separated, di-
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women will be held at 3 p.m. Feb.
10 and 24.
All meetings are held at the
SPACE offices, Cranbrook Centre
North, 30233 Southfield, Suite
100, Southfield. For details, call
SPACE, 258-6606.

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Health Classes Open

Providence Hospital's commu-
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in Southfield will offer a series of
classes this winter in various
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Basic cardiac life support,
Heartsaver CPR and weight con-
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April.
For information, call the com-
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