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December 09, 1977 - Image 23

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1977-12-09

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS Friday, December 9, 1977 23

Israel-Egypt Nuclear Reactor Proposed to Desalinate Water

TEL AVIV (JTA)—A
member of Israel's Atomic
Energy Commission has
proposed the construction of
a joint Israeli-Egyptian nu-
clear reactor in Sinai that
would be linked to a desali-
nation plant roducing

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arid region.
Prof. Shimon Yiftah, ad-
dressing the National Com-
mittee on Atomic Energy at
the Technion, also discussed
other measures he said Is-
rael should take to place
itself in the ranks of coun-
tries utilizing nuclear
energy for peaceful pur-
poses.
Disappointment was ex-
pressed at the meeting over
the U.S. delay in supplying
Israel with the nuclear reac-
tor promised by former
President Nixon when he
visited the Middle East in

Kol Ami Plans
Hanuka Service

Temple Kol Ami will hold
a family Hanuka service
7:45 p.m. -today in the
temple. Rabbi Ernst J. Con-
rad will be assisted in con-
ducting the service by mem-
bers of the eighth grade
religious school class. The
temple choir will sing under
the direction of Nathalie M.
Conrad. An oneg Shabat will
follow.
Children are requested to
bring a wrapped can of food
as a gift for the needy.

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the spring of 1974. Nixon
made the same promise to
Egypt. The assembled nu-
clear scientists noted that 42
countries already have nu-
clear energy facilities.
Yiftah proposed a five-
point program. He said that
Israel had to find out first if
the U.S. intended to supply
a reactor. If not, Israel
should try to obtain one
from other sources such as
West Germany, Italy or. Ja-
pan.
Israel should also study
the possibility of building its
own reactor. It should start
to accumulate uranium and

Mail
Warning

The post office has
warned that mail deliv-
ery can be delayed by
the heavy volume at
this time of year. Local
publicity that is mailed
to The Jewish News
should be mailed early
to insure delivery by
the noon Monday dead-
line.

possibly produce it from
phosphates which are plenti-
ful in the Dead Sea.
Yiftah said Israel should
study the possibility of
building an Israeli-Egyptian
nuclear center in Sinai. Ac-
cording to him, such a proj-
ect would become a model
in the cultivation of desert
flora, would set an example
of regional cooperation and
would ease the hesitation
over supplying nuclear re-
actors to single countries.

Yadin Takes Over

JERUSALEM (JTA)—
Deputy Premier Yigael Ya-
din chaired his first Cabinet
meeting last Sunday in the
absence of Premier Men-
ahem Begin who is in Lon-
don.
An avid pipe smoker, Ya-
din, unlike Begin, permitted
smoking during the two-
hour session. Officials said
Yadin has moved into Be-
gin's office for the duration
of his absence.

Beth Shalom Units (rr R
to Hear Herman

Cong. Beth Shalom Sister-
hood and Men's Club will
hold a combined meeting 8
p.m. Wednesday in the
synagogue.
Guest speaker will be Vic-
tor Herman, who will speak
on his life in the Soviet
Union. Refreshments will be
served, and the public is
invited at no charge.
For information, call
Tibie Rudofsky, 557-2603, or
Herman Ozrovitz, 545-6163.

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Kagan to Address
Hanuka Festival

Rabbi Yitschak M. Kagan
will deliver the keynote ad-
dress at Hanuka '77, spon-
sored by Cong. Mishkan Is-
rael Nushach H'Ari-
Lubavitcher Center, 7:30
p.m. Sunday in the syna-
gogue.
Other highlights include a
musical program by the
Polter Brothers, a candle-
lighting ceremony and a
traditional holiday meal.
The movie "Lubavitch Hasi-
dim" also will be shown.
There is a charge. The pub-
lic is invited.
For reservations, call the
Lubavitcher Center, 548-
2666.
A 20-foot menora which
has been lit each night in
front of Cong. Mishkan Is-
rael Nusach H'Ari this
week, will be moved to the
Oak Park City Hall Satur-
day evening and lit in a
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