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August 14, 1981 - Image 51

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1981-08-14

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Friday, August 14, 1981 51

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Mames at. ARMDI Meeting

Business Briefs

Berlin's, 6385 Orchard
Lake Rd. in the Orchard
Mall, is now serving the
third generation of chil-
dren. Offering personalized
attention for the last 35
years, Leo Berlin carries
apparel for infants,
toddlers, boys through size
16 and girls through size 14.
A pre-season outerwear sale
is now in progress offering
20 percent off on jackets,
snowmobile suits, snow
suits and coats. Back to
school fashions are arriving
daily.
* * *
Neal Levey and An-
tonio Barone announce
the grand opening of Bellis-
sima Hair Design, 7 p.m.
Aug. 22. Everyone is invited
to meet the staff and have
refreshments. The salon is
open Tuesday through
Saturday, and offers mani-
cures by Paula and Hilda,
and cosmetic service and
makeup by Helena. The
salon is located at North-
western and 12 Mile, in the
Franklin Plaza, Southfield.
For an appointment, call
the salon, 357-4771.

*32

Dr. John J. Mames, right, president of the Michi-
gan Region of American Red Magen David for Israel,
shown at the recent ARMDI board meeting in New
r---- is York
discussing the proposed Magen David Adorn
Blood center in Tel Aviv. With Dr. Mames are, from
left, ARMDI National President Louis Rosenberg,
MDA Director General Amizur Kfir, and Joseph
Handleman of Detroit and Miami, ARMDI past
president.

Output, Wages
Up in Israel

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and ASSOCIATES

JERUSALEM (JNI) —
Industrial output and real
industrial wages both rose
during the first four months
of 1981, compared to the end
of 1980, according to figures
released by the Central
Bureau of Statistics.
Output increased by 1.5
percent and wages by 8.4
percent.

* * *

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Bruce R. Koch has been
appointed vice president of
marketing for the Herman
Frankel Organization,
building-development firm.
* * *
A.R.J. Interior Con-
cepts and Custom Mon-
gramming has opened its
second location at 29211
Southfield Rd. in the Farrell
Shopping Plaza, Southfield.
Alice R. Jasper, owner
and drapery designer, is a
graduate of the Fairbanks
School of Dressmaking, De-

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AUXILIARY will meet
8:30 p.m. Tuesday in the
Jewish War Veterans
Memorial Home. Frances
Cohen, auxiliary hospital
chairman, has arranged a
party at the Allen Park
Veterans Hospital. Games
and refreshments will high-
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unteer, call Ms. Cohen,
255-3444. President Sarah
• Kaminsky and Child Wel-
• fare Chairman Dorothy
Schwartzman have ar-
ranged a visit to the Oak-
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• Home in September. To vol-
unteer, call Mrs. Kaminsky
968-1781; or Mrs.
Schwartzman, 398-4063.



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LINCOLN TOWERS, SUITE 111

15075 W.
W Lincoln (10 1 '2 Mile)

One Block East of Greenfield

Mon. thro Sat. 10-4

Israel Air Traffic Controllers
Keeping U.S. Flights Moving







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Albert Einstein didn't
like to wear a hat. But once
when it was raining, his
wife insisted he do so. Eins-
tein, a gentle sort, wore the
thing halfway to his Prince-
ton office and carried it the
rest of the way. He then
carefully noted exactly how
long it took for both his hat
and his hair to dry. That
evening he reported the •e-
sults to his wife. His hair
had dried faster than the
hat, which he left on the
rack thereafter.

troit; and The New York
School of Interior Design.
Many grand opening values
are being offered this week,
including the boutique gift
section where free mon-
gramming is available on
any towel purchase. The
original location is at 13504
W. McNichols near
Schaefer, Detroit. Ms.
Jasper can be consulted on
any interior designing by
calling 552-9507 to arrange
an appointment.

* * *

West Bloomfield Lanes,
6800 Orchard Lake Rd., will
register youth bowlers
Saturday and Aug. 22, from
10 a.m. to 2 p.m., for Satur-
day, Monday and Tuesday
youth leagues. A parent-
youth league will start Sept.
20 at noon. All youth bow-
lers are entitled to two free
games when registering
and presenting the ad in
this week's issue of The
Jewish News. For informa-
tion, call West Bloomfield
Lanes, 855-9555.

* * *

TEL AVIV (JTA) — Is-
rael's air traffic controllers
have decided not to with-
hold services from El Al and
other airliners leaving for
the United States.
American air traffic con-
trollers now on strike have
appealed to their colleagues
throughout the world not to
handle any aircraft bound
for the U.S.
But the Israelis decided
Sunday to await the out-
come of a meeting of in-
ternational air traffic
controllers called to dis-
cuss a united stand on the
American controllers'
appeal.

El Al pilots are, however,
being warned to pay special
attention to any security
problems which might arise
in view of the staffing of
American control towers by
military personnel instead
of the usual civilian control-
lers.

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activities: a marathon
softball game, canisters,
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