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September 05, 1975 - Image 49

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1975-09-05

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Friday, September 5, 1975 49

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

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Happy Healthy & Prosperous

NEW YEAR

To All Our

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Coolidge at 9 Mile—Oak Park
Open Daily 9:30-5 Sat. til 6 Sun. 12-4

Premiere This Wednesday

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THE NEW WEEKLY FASHION SHOW
SERIES EVERY WEDNESDAY IN ALL THREE
FINE RESTAURANTS OF THE

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Fall Fashion Preview By

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LUNCH WITH US IN THE DISTINCTIVE
BENCHMARK, ATMOSPHERIC DEWEY'S,
COLORFUL COFFEE GARDEN AND SEE
DESIGNER CLOTHES AND SPORTS WEAR
BY MANY OF THE MOST FAMOUS
NAMES IN FASHION. LIMITED
NUMBERS BY JERRY GUTTENBF_RG, DIANE
VAN FURSTENBERG, JAMES DAUGHERTY,
JERRY SILVERMAN, KASPF_R FOR J.L.
SPORT, JOAN LESLIE, GIVENCHY AND
DI PALMA.
12:30 - 2P.M.
RESERVATIONS REQUIRED, 559-6500

The Levant Fair

Yarid is a large commercial exhibition, where new products are exhibited at which the mei•
chants can also purchase from the factory. The first Tel Aviv fair was held in 1927.
This fair is called the Levant Fair because dozens ( Heb. "Tens") of merchants from Middle
Eastern countries took part. The fair/ also had its own emblem, a winged camel—"the flying camel."
Since then the flying camel has become the emblem for all subsequent fairs.
At the Levant
Fair which was
held in Tel Aviv
several months
ago, 40 countries
took part from all
parts of the
war/d. They in-
cluded a number
of countries from
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East Europe
which are exhibit-
ing in our coun-
try for the first
time.
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The total num-
ber of merchants
and producers
that exhibited at
the fair comes to
about
1,200
in-
cluding some 850
Israelis.
Whoever visited
the fair found it
of great interest;
farmers found
there an abund-
ance of machin-
ery, irrigation ap-
paratus, seeds etc.
could
Engineers
spend hours upon
hours near the
latest electronic
machinery in the
American
pavil-
ion. Women could
in
see
the fair
650 - p
1200"? everything that
could possibly in-
terest the house-
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w i f e. Exporters
could make con-
tacts with their
colleagues abroad,
and industrialists
were enabled to
purchase various
raw materials ac-
cording to the
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samples exhibited
at the fair.
Very interesting
indeed were the
awakening
Afri-
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can countries
whom Israeli ex-
perts have helped
to develop. The
visitors saw the
exotic products of
Africa: types of
interesting
min-
r a 1 s, different
kinds of the rar-
est woods, and
statuettes, finely
wrought work
made of the skins
of wild animals,
reptiles and croc-
odiles.
One of the at-
tractions of the
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fair was a life-
size model of the
Mercury space
cabinet. In this
space cabinet the
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astronauts were
sent to outer
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was
also a
th
model of Telstar,
t h e conamunica-
tions rocket which.
transmits televi-
sion broadcasts
from all over the

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•Jerusalem will have a new
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Bnai Brith Hillel House on
the Hebrew University's
Mount Scopus campus.
The handsome, three-
story building, whose main
,conVibutor is Joseph 7Mey-
eTheir Of ".1tirnore; re-
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in 1948.
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