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February 17, 1995 - Image 102

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1995-02-17

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LUNCH HOUR page 29

get my hair cut, pick up my dog month I give a lecture during
from the doggie parlor, and do my lunch."
banking: Fortunately, the dry
cleaners picks up and delivers at Gary Trock
my place of business."
pediatric neurologist
Beaumont Hospital (Royal Oak)
Ilene Adler
and St. John Hospital and Med-
sales coordinator
ical Center (Detroit)
Bob Saks Toyota
Farmington Hills
"DUE TO the rigors of program-
ming in an urban high school, my
`lunch hour' is at 9:45 in the morn-
"I SEE patients from 8 o'clock ing. I eat a regular lunch at that
in the morning until 6 o'clock in time — I didn't want to wait to
the evening. Between seeing - eat until 2:20 in the afternoon, my
them, I grab a sandwich from other 'choice. During the 'normal'
the deli or health food store lunch hour at noon, I'm in a study
along with a V-8 juice and a hall with 35-40 adolescents."
PowerBar. I eat while I'm dic-
tating— letters to other doctors Joel Hearshen
about patients I'm seeing or the teacher
results of EEGs and EMGs I've Henry Ford High School
ordered. Two or three times a Detroit

Projects, Study
Get $7.1 Million


wo joint projects and a fea-
sibility study won the first
U.S.-Israel Science and
Technology Commission
matching awards of $7.1 million,
U.S. Commerce Secretary Ronald
Brown and Israel Industry and
Trade Minister Micha Harish an-
The commission will fund half
the projects' cost, with the com-
panies contributing the remain-
der of the expenses.
The commission selected a
$9.25 million project to develop a
new generation of compact, high-
performance imaging cameras to
record nuclear tracers, creating
images that can help determine
the health of organs such as the
heart, lungs and brains and iden-
tify cancer.
GE Medical Systems and eV
Products of the United States, to-
gether with Isorad of Israel, will
carry out the project.
The second project, which will
cost $6 million, will develop new
products and technologies for ef-
ficient year-round production of
farmed seafood.
AquaPharm Technologies
Corp. and AquaFuture Inc. from
the United States have teamed
up with Israel's Ma'agan. Michael
Fish Breeding Center and Ardag.
In addition, McDonnell Douglas
Aerospace of the United States and
Israel's Ormat, Elop, Rotem and
the Weizmann Institute/Yeda will
receive $100,000 for a feasibility
study to develop a high-efficiency,
modular, solar, central-receiver
power-generation system that can
compete with conventional power-
generation sources.
Should the study be success-
ful, the $8 million project will be
entitled to a grant.
Both Mr. Harish and Mr.
Brown marked the fact that the

U.S.-Israel Free Trade Area agree-
ment had reached its 10th an-
niversary. Mr. Harish expressed
concern about changes the Amer-
icans are making to the rules of
origin requirements in the deal.
The rules of origin set mini-
mum local content ratios on ex-
ports to qualify them as Israeli or
U.S. products.
Mr. Brown said the changes
are of an administrative nature,
and they would not be changed
until the matter is cleared with

Steel Magnate
Eyes Ram Inds.

Italian steel magnate Andrea Pit-
tini has submitted a request to
the Tel Aviv District Court to
purchase Israel's Ram Industries
for $54 million in partnership
with the Intradev-Aranya group.
Mr. Pittini plans to acquire 51
percent of Ram, while Professor
Nissim Aranya and Intradev, an
investment company from
Switzerland, will buy the re-
maining shares. Professor
Aranya refused to specify his
share in the consortium.
Industrial sources said Rubi
Asa, Ram Industries' former own-
er, organized the consortium and
plans to invest in the firm, al-
though the request does not say
he is part of the consortium.
Mr. Asa owned Ram until
1992, when it went into re-
Professor Aranya said the en-
trance of a large European in-
dustrialist like Mr. Pittini, whose
turnover is more than $500 mil-
lion annually, is expected to en-
courage more investment in


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