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April 22, 1988 - Image 24

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1988-04-22

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LOCAL NEWS

FOR DIAMONDS, ESTATES
AND PRECIOUS GEMS...

Send it for Less
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: Sidney Krandall &Sons is internationally known
and respected throughout the estate and jewelry
industries for conducting transactions in an equit-
able and discreet manner. Immediate cash for all
diamonds and precious gems. Appraisers available
by appointment for estates of all sizes. Inquiries from
individuals and estate attorneys welcome.

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Sidney Krandall & Sons

433-3070

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Trade Week Features
Israeli Product Exhibits

More than 25 companies
from Israel, from around the
U.S., and the Michigan area
will exhibit their products at
the Tel-12 Mall May 1-5, as a
part of Israel Trade Week.
Special program events will
also be featured during the
week.
The Israeli products, which
will be for both exhibit and
display, include industrial
products, innovative con-
sumer products, and creative
products from the art world.
Travel to Israel will be a
major focus presented by the
Government of Israel Tourist
Office of the Midwest region
and will include a variety of
new videos on Israel, posters
and special travel oppor-

tunities. El Al Israel Airlines
and the Israel Aliyah Center
will offer a variety of travel
programs.

The Israeli universities and
research institutes will pre-
sent an inside view of their
educational facilities and
study programs and will
highlight the research in
which each institution is
involved.

Cooking demonstrations,
an Israeli cosmetics demon-
stration, an Israeli toys and
games demonstration, and
two Israeli films and lectures
will be presented as a part of
the special program events
taking place concurrently
with the exhibition.

Fashions Highlighted

An Israeli Fashion show
will be one of the events of the
opening of "Michigan Salutes
Israel Trade Week" May 1 at
7 p.m. at the Tel-12 Mall.
The opening will also be the
occasion to inaugurate the
Sister State agreement bet-
ween the State of Michigan
and Israel to promote and en-
courage two-way trade and
investment.
Doug Ross, director,
Michigan Department of
Commerce, on behalf of Gov.
James J. Blanchard, and
Gabriel Levy, Israel Economic
Minister to the U.S., will par-
ticipate in the ceremonies.
The Israeli fashion show is
being produced by Leah
Marks.
The Israeli fashions, which
can be purchased that even-
ing following the fashion
show, were assembled by
Nava Raeside, owner of Or-
Lee-Or Inc. in New York City.
Women from the communi-
ty who will model the Israeli
fashions in addition to several

A leather dress by Sik Sak.
celebrity models and profes-
sional models include:
Marilyn Barnett, Susan
Sosnick, Florine Mark Ross,
Diane Lutz, Linda Goldman,
Shelly Tauber, Linda Lutz,
Sheila Sloan, Reva Kogan,
Sheri Brown and Marilyn
Rubin.
For information on the
opening, contact Ms. Jackier,
661-1948.

Neighborhood Project
Food, Craft Fair Sunday

Meet the caterers,
merchants and restaurants
in the neighborhood.

ALL rood Produc-k under rabbinical_ supervision„

Brought to you by the Jewish Welfare Federation Neighborhood Project

The Neighborhood Project's
Kosher Food and Judaica
Craft Fair will be held on
Sunday at the Jimmy Prentis
Morris Building of the Jewish
Community Center in Oak
Park.
The event begins at 1:30
p.m. with entertainment,
refreshments, pony rides and
an exhibition of Judaic crafts
and art. Many of the crafts
will be available for purchase.
A variety of food samples,

all under rabbinical supervi-
sion, will be provided by local
merchants, caterers and food
distributors.

Correction

The man lighting a can-
dle at the Holocaust
memorial pictured on Page
5 last week was Nate Har-
ris, president of Einstein
Lodge of B'nai B'rith.

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