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October 28, 1977 - Image 13

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1977-10-28

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Zionist Organization of America Issues Energy Brochure

New Israel Stamp Issues

Shown, from left to right, are two new stamps in Israel's
landscape series and commemoratives honoring the Nahal
military youth groups and the new Koffler Accelerator at
the Weizmann Institute.

Friday, October 28, 1977 13

NEW YORK—A 20-page
brochure entitled "Foreign
Energy Supply...America's
Achilles' Heel, And What
You Can Do About It, - has
been issued by the Zionist
Organization of America
and is the basis of a nation-
wide informational cam-
paign being conducted by

the ZOA.
The brochure, which
defines the problem under
the topics -The Energy
Crisis and Imported Oil''
and "Energy and National
Security," offers an in-depth
analysis of available energy
alternatives. such as prac-
ticing conservation and the

use of coal, nuclear power
and new technologies. It
also suggests specific solu-
tions in a detailed energy
action program.

E. 34th St., New York, N.Y.
10016.

Copies of the brochure are
for sale by the Publications
Dept., Zionist Organization
of America, ZOA House, 4

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study of the nucleus of the
NEW YORK—The Israel
atom.
Philatelic Agency in New
Rehovot's new "space
York has announced the
release of four new stamps age" accelerator towers
from Israel: two new com- were designed by the Israeli
memoratives hail "Nahal" architect Moshe Harel,
and the new Koffler Accel- whose many commissions
erator at the Weizmann include several other build-
Institute, and two attractive ings on the Weizmann
definitives inaugurate the Institute campus.
The Koffler Accelerator is
sixth series featuring land-
• operated jointly by the
scapes of Israel.
Weizmann Institute, the
On Nov. 24, 1949, the
Hebrew University and Ben-
Israel Army High Com-
Gurion University of the
mand issued an order estab-
Negev.
lishing the "Nahal" -"Fight-
Definitive
Sixth
The
ing Pioneer Youth." And in
Series
begins
with
two
spite of changes in, its inter-
attractive new issues fea-
nal structure, Nahal's
turing landscapes of Israel
essential aims and tasks
on values of Il 0.10 and 1.00.
have remained constant
Pictured are views of Cae-
from the very beginning: to
sarea and Arava.
absorb volunteers for settle-
Caesarea, on the shore of
ment in such a way as to
the Mediterranean midway
meet the combined needs of
between Tel Aviv and Dor-
settlement and defense; to
Tantura, combines history
train the pioneer groups to
with interest and beauty.
function • as active settlers
New visitors from Israel
during their period of serv-
and abroad stream in to
ice, and to adopt agricul-
play
golf or enjoy the sandy
tural settlements as their
beaches or to wander
way of life upon completion
through the Crusader town
of their service.
and along the Byzantine
From the time of its for-
market-place with its Greek
mation until today, the
inscription and porphyry
Nahal has established 100
statues.
settlements.
The Arava is a long, deso-
The new stamp depicts late strip of land linking
the dual role of the Nahal Sedom on the southern edge
soldier : an army helmet is of the Dead Sea to Eilat on
crowned with a miniature the Red Sea. Human habit-
"farm." ation is a rarity in this hot,
dry, dusty region of curious
With the recent inaugura-
rock formations.
tion of the Koffler Accelera-
But with the help of gov-
for at the Weizmann
ernment agencies and the
Institute of Science, Israel's
Jewish National Fund, who
nuclear physicists acquired
laid the foundation for roads
one of the most advanced
and buildings and financed
tools for probing the secrets
soil reclamation projects,
of the universe. The futuris-
the Arava Valley is fulfilling
tic twin-tower accelerator,
Isaiah's prophesy that "The
rising over the Rehovot
desert shall rejoice and
campus, houses a 14 U.D.
blossom as the rose. s ,
Pelletron, a sophisticated
(Isaiah 35:1).
research instrument for the

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As well as Brandeis stu-
WALTHAM, Mass. — As
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its 30th academic year this from other colleges and uni-
fall, attention has been versities. Based in Jerusa-
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tional programs, including in a program that mixes
the university's Hiatt traditional classroom stud-
ies, volunteer work and
Institute in Israel.
Begun 17 years ago study tours which take them
through the efforts of Jacob around the country.
Hiatt, a Worcester,, Mass.
To date, the institute has
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dents the opportunity to women of diverse races and
its
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