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April 05, 1974 - Image 22

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1974-04-05

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issino.er Jackson May Meet in April to Discuss Soviet Jews

Israel Laser Use
Brings Discovery in
Uranium Research

,

HAIFA — The mystery of
whether or not Israel is a
nuclear power was com-
pounded recently as two Is-
raeli researchers have been
rumored to • have succeeded
in 'enriching uranium with a
cheap but sophisticated new
laser process.
The researchers, Isaiah
Nebenzahl, a physicist with
Israel's ministry of defense,
and Menahem Levin, a Tel
Aviv University physicist,
tended to discount their ef-
fort even though U. S.
authorities impart signifi-
cance to the discovery.
Nebenzahl and Levin's dis-
covery suggests that Israeli
researchers are not far be-
hind their American counter-
parts in technical sophistica-
tion.
Robert Gillette, Science
Magazine correspondent, re-
ports that there is specula-
tion that Israeli technicians
could assemble a fission
bomb if the necessary
uranium or plutonium were
available.
Uranium enrichment is a
process by which a uranium
isotope is concentrated to be
used for nuclear fuel and
weapons. However, the cost'
and difficulty of the enrich-
ment process has for 30
years restrained the avail-
ability of these items. The
breakthrough is seen to re-
duce the cost of the process
and increase the availability
of these items.

And those who remain in
Zion and are left in Jeru-
salem -will be called holy—
even everyone who is en-
rolled among those destined
for life in Jerusalem.
—Isaiah 4:3.

22 Friday, April 5, 1974



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WASHINGTON (J T A) —
Secretary of State Henry A.
Kissinger may meet with
Sen. Henry M. Jackson (D.,
Wash.) on the issue of Soviet
emigration policy after Kis-
singer returns Wednesday
from his vacation in Mexico,
the State Department indi-
cated.
It is also likely that Kis-
singer will discuss with other
members of Congress or with
the press the substance of
his discussions with Soviet
leaders in Moscow for three
days Mast week after he re-
turns in mid-April.
A senior State Department
official said that while in
Moscow Kissinger olStained
some "clarifications" from
Soviet officials on the emigra-
tion issue that he would pass
on to the senators sponsoring
the Jackson Amendment.
It was also reported that
dancer Valery Panov tried to
contact Kissinger in 'Moscow
last Week but his effort re-
portedly was rejected by Kis-

"Every place on which the
sole of your foot treads I
capital in protest against the visa in May 1973 and since have given to you, as I
singer's aides.
then, after he was made to
Meanwhile, a young Mos- denial of his visa.
The student, Via cheslav leave school, has been work- promised Moses."
cow Jewish student is holding
—Joshua 1:3.
a hunger strike in the Soviet Fishkin, applied for an exit ing as a porter.

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