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November 04, 1988 - Image 44

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1988-11-04

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aul Borman, William
Davidson, Charles
Gelman and Murray
Snyder became the first reci-
pients of the Israel Trade
Awards last week at the
American/Israel Chamber of
Commerce of Michigan an-
nual meeting.
The four award winners,
who have been doing business
with Israel, were recognized
by the American/Israel
Chamber of Commerce for
their efforts.
Paul Borman, president of
Borman Inc., which operates
the Farmer Jack grocery store
chain, has been importing
plastics, nylons, olives, meats,
flowers, cookies, crackers, can-
dy, frozen vegetables, soups
and juices for 10 years. Bor-
man's Inc. does nearly $3
million in business annually
with Israel.
Davidson, president of
Guardian Industries and
owner of the Detroit Pistons,
has made several investments
in Israeli firms. In addition,
Guardian Europe of Luxem-
bourg sells float glass to
Israel.
Davidson's investments in-
clude two businesses in
Yavneh, Detroit's Project
Renewal city. Orbot Systems
Ltd. manufactures automated

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Trade Awards Given
At Chamber Meeting

MEDICAL
Farmington Hills

398-3605

printed circuit board inspec-
tion equipment and Ormat
Turbines Ltd. deals with the
generation of remote elec-
trical power. Davidson also
has helped fund equipment
for the Weizmann Institute of
Science in Rehovot, which is
developing a capability to
chemically transfer heat
energy from a central solar
receiver to the end user.
Gelman and his company
began doing business in
Israel in the late 1970s. At
the time, Membrane Filtra-
tion, an Israeli company,
operated under contract to
Gelman Sciences.
The company in 1982
became Gelman Sciences
Technology, which does scien-
tific research and sells pro-
ducts such as medical devices.
Snyder is chairman of
Brass-Craft Manufacturing
Co., a subsidiary of Masco
Corp., which imports a line of
shower head products from
Israel. It operates under a
joint venture with the Israeli
company, Amcor. Brass-Craft
also exports a faucet line to
Israel.
At the meeting, Israel
Trade Commissioner David
Litvak spoke about the latest
developments in high
technology and discussed tax
and financial incentives for
conducting business with
Israel.

ISRAEL

Philistine Palace
Now Under Excavation

Jerusalem (JTA) — A
building of monumental
stature, possibly a Philistine
palace, is being excavated in
one of the largest biblical-
period archaeological sites
uncovered in Israel.
The site, known as Miq-
ne, is located on the sight of
the former city of Ekron, one
of the five city-states of the
Philistines.
The Philistines controlled
the south-central coastal area
of Israel from about the 12th
century BCE until their cities
were destroyed some 6000
years later by the
Babylonians.
Archaeologists from the
Hebrew University of
Jerusalem and the W.F.
Albright Institute of Ar-
chaeological Research located
Tel Micine working in the
fields of Kibbutz Revadim,
which is near Ashdod.
The Philistine building,

with some 300 square yards
in size uncovered so far, lies in
what is believed to have been
the city-center, spanning
some 25 acres.
Inside the building, diggers
found an intact iron knife
with bronze rivets and an
ivory handle. Archaeologists
believe the knife, not an or-
dinary utensil, may have
been in the possession of an
important person or perhaps
was used in cult practices.
During this year's excava-
tions, the 103rd olive oil pro-
duction building was un-
covered in the former city of
Ekron, making it, according
to archaeologists, the largest
food industrial processing
operation in the ancient
world.
This number of installa-
tions would have been able to
produce over 1,000 tons of
olive oil per year, it is
estimated.

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