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July 26, 1974 - Image 21

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1974-07-26

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

U.S. Involvement in Israeli Solar Energy Project Urged

WASHINGTON (JTA) —
Sen. Ala n Cranston (D.
Calif.) has urged the Senate
Interior and Insular Affairs
Committee headed by Sen.
Henry M. Jackson (D. Wash.)
to amend the pending Solar
Energy Research Act to en-
able the U.S. to participate
in a project now going on in
Israel.
The project is under the
direction of Dr. Harry Tabor,
director of the Hebrew Uni-
versity National Physical

Laboratory in Jerusalem.
In his letter to Jackson,
Cranston recommended that
language be put into the
solar energy bill, introduced
by Sen. Hubert H. Humphrey
(D. Minn.), calling upon the
U.S. to "cooperate and par-
ticipate jointly with other
nations, especially those with
agreements for scientific
cooperation with the U.S. in
international, bilateral or
multilateral research proj.
ects in the field of solar en-

ergy."
This language, Cranston
said, "would make clear to
the fullest extent possible the
accumulated.. expertise.. of
scientists in other nations in
the field of solar energy
would be utilized rather than
needlessly duplicated by U.S.
scientists."
Dr. Tabor, who testified
before the Senate committee
last month, was described
by Cranston as a pioneer in
advanced research on solar

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energy development.
"Dr. Tabor's experience in
developing and testing the
concept of a non-convecting
solar pond in Israel," Cran-
ston stated in his letter,
"could well be applied to
meet the energy needs of the
U.S. Without the help of
other nations, however, Is-
rael will not be able to de-
velop further its solar energy
programs."

Friday, July 26, 1974-21

Cleveland to House Ex-Mental Patients

CLEVELAND (JTA) — A
program to place in private
homes Jews discharged from
mental hospitals has been
developed by the Jewish
Family Service Association.
The goal is to help such
Jews to avoid early entry
into homes for the aged and
to help alleviate their after-
discharge isolation.
The project will require
Classifieds Get Quick Results extension of casework serv-

ices to such Jews, establish-
ment of up to eight family
care homes and development
of a program of volunteer
, companions as a link _to the
Jewish community.

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