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May 29, 1987 - Image 70

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1987-05-29

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Lowenthal

Mr. and Mrs. Robert Low-
enthal of Southfield are
proud to announce the
engagement of their daugh-
ter, Alisa Beth, to Marc
William Carlson, son of Mr.
and Mrs. Richard Carlson of
Jamestown, N.Y.
Ms. Lowenthal received her
Bachelor of Science degree in
training and development
from Oakland University and

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is currently employed at
Electronic Data Systems as a
training specialist.
Her fiance earned a
Bachelor of Science degree in
mechanical engineering at
Purdue University. He is cur-
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of market planning for GMF
Robotics in Troy.
An August wedding is
planned.

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Israel Bond Telethon
Aimed At Reinvestment

Members of the Metro De-
troit Israel Bonds Women's
Division and New Leadership
Division will hold an ad-
vanced reinvestment telethon
from 7 to 9:30 p.m., June 25
at the main United Hebrew
Schools building.
The local telethon volun-
teers, led by Dottie Wagner,
reinvestment chairman, will
join thousands of other lay
volunteers nationwide in
reaching the holders of Israel
Bonds purchased during the
Yom Kippur War year of
1973.
A record-setting one mil-
lion U.S. families purchased
Israel Bonds that year to help
Israel reconstruct its
economy. Emergency appeals
were held in virtually every
synagogue throughout the
country; more than $400 mil-
lion in Bonds were sold.
In addition to the forthcom-
ing telethon, information re-
garding the early reinvest-
ment opportunity is being
distributed through letters,
flyers, brochures and lay-

patron-sponsored newspaper
advertisements.
To join the telethon volun-
teers, call Gerry Berkal at
State of Israel Bonds, 557-
2900.

Host Families
Sought For Visitors

The Nacel Cultural Ex-
changes are seeking host
families for French and
Spanish exchange students
who will be in Michigan July
1-29.
The visiting students speak
English and are supplied
with pocket money and
transportation fees and in-
surance by their families.
The program matches host
families with students accord-
ing to general interest and
specific activities they would
like to share with their
guests, such as sports, water
activities, computers and
music.
For details, call Julian and
Evelyn Prince, 626-6641.

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