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May 27, 1988 - Image 84

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1988-05-27

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Lawrence Holzman and Pamela Schane

Schane-Holzman
Lawrence Roger Holzman
economics at Michigan State
and Pamela S. Schane of East
University.
Lansing, are elated to an-
Parents of the bride and Mr.
nounce their engagement.
and Mrs. Mandell Schane of
Pamela earned her degree in
Southfield. Parents of the
computer science at Wayne
bridegroom are Mr. and Mrs.
State University and is work-
Howard (Buz) Holzman of
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RABBI YITSCHAK
M. KAGAN

Rabbi Kagan, a native of London,
England, has been associated with the
Lubavitch Foundation of Michigan
since 1966, and currently serves as
Associate Director. He is the author
of the twelve-volume "A Thought for
the Week," publication which has
been translated into six languages.
Rabbi Kagan moderates the "Jewish
Sound" weekly radio program on
WNIC-AM, and is a speaker and lec-
turer of renown.

"Love and Marriage:
A Torah View"

"How Many Is
Too Many?"

Judaism neither ignores nor negates
the biological realities of life; it speaks
on the topic frankly and unabashedly.

A modern Jewish mother takes a
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and related topics.

CHANA S. SIDELSKY, M.S.
DR. HARRIS SIDELSKY
London, England

The Sidelsky's have been invited to
speak in Europe and U.S.A. as eloquent
proponents of an "old-new" look into
preserving and enhancing contem-
porary marriage. Presently they are
residing in Ann Arbor where Dr.
Sidelsky is advancing his career as a
specialist in prosthodontics.

DATE: Sunday, June 5, 1988 7:30 p.m.
PLACE: Lubavitch Education Center

28555 Middlebelt Rd., Farmington Hills

Donation: $2.00
Refreshments will be served

FRIDAY, MAY 27, 1988

CHAYA SARA -
SILBERBERG

A former National Merit Scholar,
with a B.S. in Mathematics, Chaya
Sara has chosen to devote her energies
in the field of Jewish education.
Presently she is teaching teenagers at
Yeshivat Akiva. She has appeared on
radio and television and lectures
throughout the country.

Minde Gordon and Robert Korman

Sponsored by the Jewish
Marriage Institute, a project
of Lubavitch Women's
Organization.
Co-sponsor: P.T.A. of
Yeshivat Akiva

Gordon-Korman
She is employed as a real
estate property manager in
Chicago.
Her fiance, a technical sales
representative, earned a
Bachelor of Science degree in
chemistry at the University
of Illinois.
An early July wedding is
planned.

Mr. and Mrs. Frederick Gor-
don of Southfield announce
the engagement of their
daughter, Minde, to Robert
Korman, son of Mr. and Mrs.
Raymond Korman of Phoenix,
Ariz.
Miss Gordon earned a
bachelor of science degree at
Michigan State University.

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