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October 27, 1989 - Image 110

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1989-10-27

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I WEDDINGS I

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APPRECIATION FOR
BOTH THE UNINITIATED
AND SOPHISTICATED
LISTENER

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West Bloomfield

Six Consecutive Tuesdays, Nov. 7-Dec. 12

9:45-11:45 A.M.

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No Prior Musical Knowledge Is Required
To reserve your space call 737 5543

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*late registrants at opening session November 7 — series of six $90

Dr. Alan and Tamara Gilman

Gilman-Haines
Tamara Louise Haines and
Croci-Smith, of Laingsburg,
Dr. Alan Keith Gilman were
Mich., and Caryn Gallitto,
recently married at the Tree
sister of the groom, of Merick,
of Life Synagogue in Morgan-
N.Y.
town; West Virginia. Rabbi
Best man was Richard L.
Gershon Winkler officiated.
The bride is the daughter of Gilman, brother of the groom,
of Rockville, Md. Groomsmen
Mr. and Mrs. John R. Walker
Sr., formerly of Detroit, of were Dr. Thomas James Can-
ciolo III of Morgantown, and
Fort Lauderdale, Fla. Her
Joseph Gallitto, brother-in-
father is the late Roy Haines.
law of the groom, of Merick,
The groom is the son of Mr.
and Mrs. Mel. J. Gilman of N.Y.
Bellmore, N.Y.
Following a honeymoon in
Maid of honor was Michele
Cancun, Mexico, Dr. and Mrs.
Barnson, of Morgantown.
Gilman will reside in
Matrons of honor were Karen
Morgantown.

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L. David and Cheryl Katzman

Katzman-Brown

Cheryl Ann Brown,
daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
Stanley R. Brown of Roseville,
and I. David Katzman, son of
Mr. and Mrs. Aaron Katzman
of Southfield, were recently
married at Congregation
B'nai David in Southfield. Of-
ficiating at the ceremony

were Rabbi Morton Yolkut
and Cantor Stuart Friedman.
Karen McConnellee was
the maid of honor. Attendants
were Michelle Alder and
Sheryl Katzman. Barry
Beltzman was the best man.
Attendants were Perry
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