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April 21, 1989 - Image 87

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1989-04-21

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ENGAGEMENTS

Nissenbaum-Colman

Albert and Harriet Colman,
of West Bloomfield, are hap-
py to announce the engage-
ment of their son, Jeffrey
Alan to Ellen Nissenbaum,
daughter of Herman and
Claire Nissenbaum, of
Rockville, Md.
Ellen is the legislative
director of the Center on
Budget and Policy Priorities.
Jeffrey is senior analyst for
budget priorities on the
United States Senate Budget
Committee.
A September wedding is
planned.

PESACH 1989: Let One Who is Hungry Enter and Eat
In different times and in different places we have always
read the words with which our seder meal opens-"Let all
who are hungry enter and eat"-In those times and
places we have always been called upon to reach out
to those who are the most deprived among us-those
who are hungry.
MAZON, A Jewish Response to Hunger, is a way
in our time to respond to the scandal of hunger
in our own country and around the world.

What we ask of you is quite simple and in keeping with our
Jewish tradition. It is that you join with us by adding one
more guest to your seder table. Through a gift of $18 -Chai
Mazon, the ancient words will take on real meaning
and will provide for those who suffer outside our doors.
Please join in this effort; let all who are compassionate
join and redeem our invitation.
MAZON A JEWISH RESPONSE TO HUNGER
2940 Westwood Blvd., Suite 7, Los Angeles,
CA 90064, (213) 470-7769.

Pencil in your contribution
that will invite one hungry
person to your seder table

Mueller Hartman
Jean and Louis Mueller of
Walled Lake announce the
engagement of their
daughter, Tammy Hill, to
John Hartman, son of Mr. and
Mrs. Edgar Hartman of West
Bloomfield.
Hill owns Hartman Travel,
Inc. Her fiance is president of
Post Wallcovering Distrib-
utors, Inc.
A June wedding is planned.

-

I LOCAL NEWS I

Syme To Be
Guest Speaker

Temple Israel Sisterhood
will have a dinner followed by
a book review by Rabbi M.
Robert Syme at 6:30 p.m. May
11 at the temple. Husbands
and friends are welcome.
Rabbi Syme will review
Jephte's Daughter by Naomi
Ragen.

Theodore R. Mann, Chairman • Irving Cramer, Executive Director

AUTUMN HILLS ORT

Carol Mann, M.S.W, C.S.W.

presents

proudly announces that her
Contemporary Counseling Center
is now known as

ROAD RALLY '89

,

Exciting • Fun • Challenging
Saturday, May 6, 1989 7:30 p.m. SHARP

with her new offices
now open at the

$18.00 per couple

Knollwood Office Park

For information or to
register call by April 26.

6443 Inkster .Road

Sandy 626-4234
Andi
626-1006

Rabbi M. Robert Syme

The program and dinner
are under the direction of
Janie Roth, program vice
president, and her committee
members, Karen Erlich and
Marlene Swarin.
There is a charge. Reserva-
tions are required with pay-
ment by mail no later than
May 5. Call the temple office
for information, 661-5700.

Progressive Counseling

Suite 170-C
Birmingham, MI 48010
855-5444

"sour progress is our #1 priority"

Fine Catering
Flowers, Decor
Table Settings
Complete Planning

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

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