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October 09, 1970 - Image 35

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1970-10-09

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Mame
THE DETROIT MEN NM
Friday, October 9, 19711-15
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music, sports and theaters and
other places of this kind which a
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units, was built in Dimon* with the aid of Israel
Bond funds, which have been instrumental in con-
struction of 650,000 homes, mostly for immigrants.

The expansion of Haifa Harbor financed by Israel
Bond allocations has greatly increased the capacity
to handle exports, which rose from $70,800,000 in
1051 to $1,256,010,000 last year.

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Some 100,000 additional acres in the Negev have
been brought under irrigation as a result of the
huge National Water Project completed with Israel
Bond funds to carry water south from the Sea of
Galilee.

Oil pipelines for Israel's growing fuel needs have
been built with Israel Bond funds. A new 163-mile
pipeline, costing $136,000,000, carries over 20,000,.
000 tons of oil annually from Eilat to Ashkelon.

Technion-MIT Profs Devise Desalination Method

HAIFA—A major improvement
in the process of sea-water desali-
nation has been developed jointly
by a scientist from the Massachu-
setts Institute of Technology and
a scientist from Technion, Israel
Institute of Technology.
The two are Prof. Ronald F.
Probstein of MIT's mechanical
engineering department, and Dr.
Josef Shwartz of the Technion's
aeronautical engineering depart-
ment.
They have developed a new sep-
arator—a device with a key role
in desalination methods using the
freezing process. Its- function is to
separate and wash the pure-water
crystals that are formed in sea
water during the freezing stage.
The separation is a critical
step in the process. The new
device is from 10 to 100 times
faster and more efficient than
any type previously used in de-
salination plants. The- increase
in efficiency will contribute sub-
stantially to reduction in costs.
Cost considerations are crucial
for desalination efforts, since the
conversion of sea water must
be economically feasible before
it can be -undertaken on a wide
scale.
The AVCO Corporation in the
United States has recently ac-
quired the rights for the produc-
tion of the separator on an indus-
trial scale, and the AVCO Systems
Division of Wilmington, Mass., has
undertaken a program aimed at
the production of water desalina-
tion and purification plants utiliz-
ing the new separator.
Prof. Probstein, in the U.S., and
Dr. Shwartz, in Israel, plan to
continue their joint efforts to make
further improvements in crystalli-
zation and related processes of
water desalination. The develop-
ment and construction of a labora-
tory-scale model of the separator
were done at MIT, where Dr.
Shwartz was studying in 1967-68
under Prof. Probstein on a fellow-

Prof: Probstein serves as an ad-
ship from the American TeChnion
Society.
visor to the Technion and, in addi-
Dr. Shwartz is presently a senior tion to his desalination work, is
lecturer at Technion, where he also internationally recognized as a
studied as an undergraduate. He leading authority in hypersonic mis-
also taught two years in Ethiopia. sile aerodynamics.

Israel No Longer the Monopoly
of,the Zionist Movement — Goldstein

NEW YORK (JTA) — The ex-
pansion of the Jewish Agency to
include 50 per cent representation
by non-Zionists represents "a great
challenge to Zionists to work for
aliya as an ideology, not merely
as a philanthropy."
Zionism needs "more than ever
before to demonstrate its rationale,
its reason for existence." Dr. Israel
Goldstein, a Zionist member of the
Jewish Agency and world chairman
of the Keren Hayesod United Israel
Appeal, made those observations
in an exclusive interview with the
Jewish Telegraphic Agency in his
study at Cong. Bnai Jeshurun, of
which he is rabbi emeritus. "Is -
rael is no longer the monopoly of
the Zionist movement," Dr. Gold-
stein said.
"The expansion of the Jewish
Agency puts the Zionist on the
spot more than ever before to
justify his existence as a Zionist."
Dr. Goldstein, who was here to
preach at his congregation's High
Holy Day services, noted that the
Zionist half of the agency will be
responsible for aliya "propagan-
da," Zionist education and the
"counteracting" of New Left in-
roads among the youth. The non-
Zionist half will be responsible for
the health and welfare of Israeli
immigrants.
The reorganization was agreed
upon in August, and took effect
then. A similar 50.50 plan was
launched In 1929, but, in the
words of Dr. Goldstein, "it
petered out after live years."
Dr. Goldstein accorded Dr. Louis

A. Pincus, chairman of the Jewish
Agency Executive, most of the
credit for the evolution of the new
plan.
-
The chairmanship and treas-
urership of the reorganized Jew-
ish Agency are reserved for the
soon.to-be-elected chairman and
treasurer of the Zionist faction.
Dr. Goldstein said it was likely
that the non-Zionist group would
be headed by Max M. Fisher,
the Detroit-based inchistrialist,
Jewish leader and presidential
confidant.
Dr. Goldstein emphasized that
the Jewish Agency would continue
to forego positions on Middle East
and other political and military
issues. Under the new alignment,
30 per cent of the Zionist half of
the administration will be allotted
to Americans, and 20 per cent to
the rest of the world, based on
the size of each country's Jewish
community.

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