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January 14, 1972 - Image 34

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1972-01-14

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Truman-Brenner Zionists
Map Saturday Meeting - I

.ired To

Hebrew University Scientist Team Obtains
World's
Clearest Spectrum of Ionized Atoms
-

Thunail-Brenner Branch Labor
Zionist Alliance, will meet 8:30
Scientists at the Racah Insti-
According to Prof. Fraenkel, temperatures at which nuclear
PARK pm. Saturday at the Labor Zionist
Physics at the Hebrew this achievement opens up a new fusion may take place, is an im-
Institute. Mrs. Adeline Salinger, University have succeeded in ob- field- in hot plasma research and
13725 W . 9 mile
president, will- present a report on taming the world's most exact gives immediate answers to many portant result of the research
work.
the recent -New York convention, x-ray spectrum of highly stripped problems of spectroscopy and as-
(1 W. of c...0iidige)
and the latest movie on Israel will (or ionized) atoms.
trophysics.
The
possibility
of
un.
398,2727
be shown.
To Yetta:
As a byproduct of the research, derstanding • what happens when
398=2728
guests are invited- they have created what is one of gases are heated to tremendous
HAPPY
ANNIVERSARY
the highest temperatures ever
Heaven for climate, hell for so- measured on earth: some 200,000,
January 10
OPEN - SiINDAYS
-eiety.--dfark Twain_
love
000 degrees centigrade.
Danny
ewry
Prof_ Benjamin Fraenkel, head
of the institute's laboratory for
X-rays and for ultra-violet (UV)
HAIR,STYLISTS
the Ar
spectroscopy, who conducts the re-
Formerly of
search project, explains that a
This Weary! Radio and
BIRMINGHAM
decisive step to the new technique
Television Programs
was taken by a former PhD ate-
dent of the laboratory, Dr. Uri
REFLECTIONS IN SOUND
Feldman, at Goddard Space Re.
Time: 9:30 a.m. Sunday.
GREEN-8 SUBURBAN
search Center in Washington, D.C.
Station WCAR.
& BLOOMFIELD COMMONS!
Feature: Rabbi Harold S. Loss
The
technique
has
been
further
Now is a good _time
developed through the recent addi- of Temple Israel will explore some
SHOP GREEN-8
tion to Prof. Fraenkel's staff of a fundamental Jewish themes pres-
9:30 A.M. NI 9 P.M.
guest scientist from France, Dr. ent in today's music.
SATURDAY!
Jean-Louis Schwob, 34, a senior
SHOP BLOOMFIELD
HIGHLIGHTS
scientist at the Centre Nationale
9:30 A.M. till 6 P.M.
Time: 9:45 a.m. Sunday.
de la Recherche Scientifique in
For - banquets
SATURDAY!
Station: Channel 2.
Paris.
Feature:
"Life Under Fire." The
Luncheon Fashion
Their research work is due to
SATURDAY
story of the border kibutzim in the
be published in an international
Shows arranged.
Beit Shean Valley. The story was
SAVE 20% to 75%
scientific journal in early 1972 written by Carole Chase of the
ON
and has recently been reported at Jewish Welfare Federation.
LONG DRESS
an international conference i n
• 4,
woonwAnn AT LONL LAKE RD.
IN
STOCK!
Utrecht, where physicists from
-
BLOOMFIELI) HILLS
I
ETERNAL LIGHT
France, England, the United
Time: 10:30 p.m. Sunday.
Call 644-4800
States, the Soviet Union and Ger-

Station. WWJ.
- many hailed the Israeli achieve-
Feature: "The Mark of Cain,"
ment.
written by Morton Wishengrad,
The high temperatures ob-
tells the story of Sophie Irene
tained in the laboratory are sim- Loeb, who pioneered in the efforts
ilar to those existing In solar to secure rights for women and
flares,
where quantities of hot children.
HAS CHOIC-E 7 DATES AVAILABI.E FOR
gas In the solar corona suddenly
• WEDDINGS. BAR MITZVAHS • PARTIES
shoot up to very high tempera-
COMMUNITY CURRENTS
tures.
Time: 7 a.m. Sunday.
• BANQUETS- • .SHOWEITS,• AU OCCASIONS
Station: WDEE.
After several efforts in the U.S.
and
to obtain sharp spectra, scientists
Time: Noon Tuesday.
at the -Hebrew University labora-
IN THE BEAUTIFUL NEW -
Station: WQRS-FM (105.1).
tory succeeded in creating an ex-
METH ABRAHANI-HILLEL SYNAGOGUE
Feature: Dr. Frederick R. Lach-
tremely clear spectrum of iron
5071N Maple Rd.
-
atoms in nearly every stage of man, executive editor of the En-
- 626-0242
_
fiehveitn !Maier & Aliddlobek. W, Il000rfield Ursa ip
cyclopedia Judaica-American Of-
atomic undress.
The instrument used in the He- fice, is interviewed by Eileen
OR THE HOME, HALL OR SYNAGOGUE
brew University experiment is a Berris.
* •
OF -YOUR CHOICE.
very simple one, built in the uni-
IN CONTACT
Under Upends:on Of lite Counc$ al OrthosiCsx Rabbis
versity's scientific workshop at a
Time:
10:30
p.m.
Sunday.
low cost.
Station: WJR.
Feature: Religion and man is
placed in contact, featuring Hal
Youngblood.
*
BNAI SHOLOM
Time: 10 a.m. Sunday.
Station: WBRB-FM (102.7).
Feature: Phil Blazer provides a
contemporary potpourri of Jewish
culture, humor, music and litera-
-- Forme?
Northland Drugs
ture.
* * C
JEWISH WORLD
Time: 7 p.m. Sunday.
Station: WMZE-PM (98).
Feature: Jack Roberts presents
Israeli
folk music, community
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notes and news from Israel.

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Sidney Spitz Named
to Zoning Appeals Board

Sidney Spitz, a- business execu-
tive, financial consultant and real
estate broker, has been named to
the Detroit Board
of Zoning Ap
peals by the De-
troit Common
Council.
Spitz, 56, is a
former member
of the Wayne
County Board of
Supervisors. He -
heads William
Spitz and Sons, '
Spitz Furniture,
Allied Wholesale
Distributors,ft.
Baldwin Furni- Spitz
tore, Rogers Furniture and Regis
Land Development. He has served
in many civic capacities.
He will serve a three-year term
on the board through December
1974

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