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Hebrew University Scientist Team Obtains
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
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.
As a byproduct of the research, derstanding • what happens when
guests are invited- they have created what is one of gases are heated to tremendous
the highest temperatures ever
Heaven for climate, hell for so- measured on earth: some 200,000,
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000 degrees centigrade.
Prof_ Benjamin Fraenkel, head
of the institute's laboratory for
X-rays and for ultra-violet (UV)
spectroscopy, who conducts the re-
search project, explains that a
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decisive step to the new technique
was taken by a former PhD ate-
dent of the laboratory, Dr. Uri
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Feldman, at Goddard Space Re.
Time: 9:30 a.m. Sunday.
search Center in Washington, D.C.
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Feature: Rabbi Harold S. Loss
Now is a good _time
developed through the recent addi- of Temple Israel will explore some
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.
Jean-Louis Schwob, 34, a senior
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
Station: Channel 2.
"Life Under Fire." The
Their research work is due to
story of the border kibutzim in the
be published in an international
Beit Shean Valley. The story was
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scientific journal in early 1972 written by Carole Chase of the
and has recently been reported at Jewish Welfare Federation.
an international conference i n
woonwAnn AT LONL LAKE RD.
Utrecht, where physicists from
France, England, the United
Time: 10:30 p.m. Sunday.
States, the Soviet Union and Ger-
- many hailed the Israeli achieve-
Feature: "The Mark of Cain,"
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
where quantities of hot children.
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gas In the solar corona suddenly
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shoot up to very high tempera-
Time: 7 a.m. Sunday.
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After several efforts in the U.S.
to obtain sharp spectra, scientists
Time: Noon Tuesday.
at the -Hebrew University labora-
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Station: WQRS-FM (105.1).
tory succeeded in creating an ex-
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Feature: Dr. Frederick R. Lach-
tremely clear spectrum of iron
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atoms in nearly every stage of man, executive editor of the En-
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cyclopedia Judaica-American Of-
The instrument used in the He- fice, is interviewed by Eileen
OR THE HOME, HALL OR SYNAGOGUE
brew University experiment is a Berris.
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very simple one, built in the uni-
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versity's scientific workshop at a
Feature: Religion and man is
placed in contact, featuring Hal
Time: 10 a.m. Sunday.
Station: WBRB-FM (102.7).
Feature: Phil Blazer provides a
contemporary potpourri of Jewish
culture, humor, music and litera-
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Time: 7 p.m. Sunday.
Station: WMZE-PM (98).
Feature: Jack Roberts presents
folk music, community
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-
Spitz, 56, is a
of the Wayne
County Board of
Supervisors. He -
Spitz and Sons, '
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