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Seeks American Market for Palestine Silk

September 17, 1926
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(Jewish Telegraphic Agency)

Max Delphiner, owner of the Tel Aviv silk factory which was recently reopened, left for New York for the purpose of inquiring into the possibilities of finding an American market for Palestinian silks. He is expected to arrive in New York on September 24th.

It was stated that the plan of Mr. Delphiner is to manufacture silk Taleisim. If he finds good prospects for export to the United States, the Tel Aviv factory will be considerably extended.

Campaign headquarters were opened by the Max S. Levine Campaign Committee for re-election as Judge of General Sessions. Several hundred persons attended the opening among them a delegation from the Grand Street Boys, of which Judge Levine has been President for several years.

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