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February 25, 1994 - Image 38

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1994-02-25

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invite you to
speak to
business experts
in Israel
via satellite

HIGAN / ISRAEL

Employment and
Business Opportunities
in Israel Today

Sunday
February 27
2 p.m.

Agency for Jewish Education Building
21550 W. 12 Mile, Southfield

For reservations call the
Michigan/Israel Connection,
(810) 645-7878

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Moderated by CNN
Correspondent Mike
Greenspan, our panel
will include Israel
Minister of Finance
Avraham Schochat
and Uri Gordon, head
of the Aliyah Depart-
ment of the Jewish
Agency.
This broadcast is
co-sponsored by
Bank Hapoalim and
the Israel Ministry of
Tourism.

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• Jumbo mortgages (loan amounts above $203,150)
• Conventional fixed rate mortgage 10,15, 20,
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CAPITAL MORTGAGE FUNDING IS A FANNIE-MAE APPROVED LENDER

Co-owners NEAL LEVY and
JACKIE ZBIKOWSKI of West
Bloomfield's Salon Bellissima
made Valentine's Day extra spe-
cial for six teen-age girls from
one of the Orchards Children's
Service group homes.
Each girl was given a new
hairstyle and a make-up appli-
cation. Snacks were provided by
the Simsbury Plaza's Kroger
store, and the Macaroni Grille
donated complimentary lunch-
es. Bellissima staffers HOLLY
LUKASON, LISA PILNICK
and CINDY HARRIS took part
in the event.
Orchards Children's Service Murray C. Slomovitz
is a non-profit, non-sectarian,
community-based child welfare — MURRAY J. SLOMOVITZ
has joined the Southfield-based
agency.
Sommers, Schwartz, Silver &
— WENDY ROBINS has Schwartz law firm.
Mr. Slomovitz, a Southfield
joined MDI Creative, Inc., in De-
resident,
has devoted his prac-
troit as a writer. Ms. Robins,
who spent the last 11 years as tice to municipal law. He retired
an independent consultant in 1993 after 32 years with the
through her RB Productions Wayne County Prosecutor's of-
writing and video production fice, where he served as a prin-
business, will work on video cipal attorney, trial division. He
scripts, speeches, proposals and also has acted as prosecutor for
the city of Taylor and Van Bu-
other assignments for MDI.
ren Township.
— STUART EPSTEIN of Ban-
ner Lumber was elected to the — MITCHELL J. WOLFF of
board of directors of the Michi- Cranbrook Associates, Inc., in
gan Lumber & Building Mate- Franklin has been named one
rials Association. His term will of the top real-estate profes-
sionals in the country by Unique
nin through January 1996.
Homes, the national magazine
— MARK R. FILIPP and of luxury real estate.
JOEL W. JONAS have joined
the Kemp, Klein, Umphrey & — KEITH B. BRAUN of West
Bloomfield, an attorney who
Endelman law firm in Troy.
Mr. Filipp practices civil lit- specializes in nonprofit corpo-
igation with concentration in la- ration law and probate and es-
tate planning at Honigman,
bor and employment.
Mr. Jones concentrates his Miller, Schwartz & Cohn, has
practice on workers compensa- been admitted to the Florida
Bar.
tion and appeals.

Israel Economy
Up 3.5 Percent

Israel's economy rose 3.5 per-
cent in 1993, a growth rate
higher than all but one of the 24
industrialized nations that
make up the Organization for
Economic Cooperation and De-
velopment (OECD), the Central
Bureau of Statistics has re-
ported.
The country's Gross Domes-
tic Product (GDP) was between
6 percent and 7 percent during
the past three years. According
to revised second quarter fig-
ures, the GDP fell 0.8 percent.
However, the trend was re-
versed and in the third quarter
the GDP jumped 3 percent

The country's unemployment
rate of 10.4 percent ranked it
13th among OECD countries.
Spain had the highest unem-
ployment rate while Luxem-
bourg had the lowest at 1.9
percent.
The trade deficit, excluding
defense imports, reached ap-
proximately $5.9 billion com-
pared to $5.4 billion last year.

The first woman rabbi in the
United States was ordained
by the Hebrew Union Col-
lege-Jewish Institute of Re-
ligion in 1972. She was Sally
Priesand.

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