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November 27, 1981 - Image 31

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1981-11-27

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Optimism Told on Future Settlement of Who Is a Jew'

NEW YORK (JTA) — • tic about the outcome of a
The president of the Ameri- second attempt promised by
can Reform rabbinate said Premier Menahem Begin to
he was a little more optimis- try to bring together Or-
-
thodox, Conservative and
Reform rabbis to seek a set-
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American Rabbis (CCAR),
expressed that restrained
optimism in a telephone
interview with the Jewish
Telegraphic Agency.
His comment was an
elaboration of his
president's column in the
October issue of the CCAR
news letter in which he de-
scribed a meeting in New
York City Sept. 13 at the
hotel- Begin was staying at
during his most recent visit
to the United States.
Attending that meeting
were Donald Day, board
chairman of the (Reform)
Union of American He-
brew Congregations
(UAHC); Rabbi Alexan-
der Schindler, UAHC
president; Rabbi Joseph
Glaser, CCAR executive
vice president;
and
Schaalman.
Schaalman wrote that the
Reform leaders had asked
Begin for the. Sept. 13 meet-
ing "to put before him our
urgent feelings concerning
the proposed amendment to
the Law of Return, the te-
nure of religious pluralism _
in the state of Israel" and
the issue of governmental
funding of American Re-
form Judaism's planned
second kibutz.
The proposed amendment
to the Law of Return would
add the phrase "al pi
Halakha" — according to
Halakha — which non-
Orthodox rabbis have

Eygptian Official
Thanks Israelis

JERUSALEM (JTA) —
Egypt's Ambassador to Is-
rael, Saad Mortada, has is-
sued a statement officially
thanking all Israelis who
expressed their condolences
over the death of President
Anwar Sadat last month.
The Egyptian leader was
gunned down by assassins
Oct. 6.
The statement added,
"The embassy stresses that
the Arab Republic of Egypt,
under the leadership of
President Mohammed
Hosni Mubarak, continues
the process of peace which
was begun by the late
president. It is determined
to continue the efforts to ful-
fill the wishes of the region's
peoples for an overall and
just peace."

Normalization?

CAIRO (ZINS) — Sedmar
Perry, Cairo correspondent
for the Israeli newspaper Al
Hamishmar, recently wrote
that it may be a long time
before there is a true nor-
malization of relations be-
tween Egypt and Israel.
He said the Egyptian
businessmen remain reluc-
tant to deal with Israel be-
fore the final Israeli pull-
out from Sinai in April and
as long as the Palestinian
problem is not settled.
He wrote that Israeli vis-
itors to Egypt can still see
expressions of anti-
Semitism and bitterness
and that Egyptian trade
unions actively pressure
their members to have no
contacts with Israel.

argued would be applied by
the dominant Orthodox
rabbinate to reject conver-
sions of would-be immig-
rants to Israel who had been
converted by a Reform or
Conservative rabbi. The
American Reform and Con-
servative rabbis have
strongly opposed the pro-
posed amendment.
Schaalman wrote that
Begin left no doubt that he
was "personally committed
to the amendment," and
that he had entered agree-
ments with Orthodox ele-
ments in the formation of
his second government
"which obliges him to work
for the introduction of the
amendment" in the Knes-
set.
"Mr. Begin made it very
clear that he would not do so
unless he was assured of a
Majority" in the Knesset
"and expressed the opinion
that at this time he did not
see such a majority in the
offing," Schaalman wrote.

Friday, November 21, 1981 31

3 New Technion Projects
Improve Production Process

HAIFA — Three research
projects, by faculty mem-
bers and doctoral students
at the Technion's Faculty of
Mechanical Engineering,
offer ways of improving var-
ious machining and produc-
tion processes.
One of these, the work of
Prof. S. Malkin and Dr. Y.
Koren, is an off-line system
for the optimization of
grinding processes. It is
based on a strategy that
aims for maximum metal
removal rates, subject to
constraints of surface finish
and burning.
A software package de-
veloped by Dr. Oren Masory
will work in conjunction
with existing CNC systems,
to enhance work rates. In
the normal CNC program,
feed-rates and cutting
speeds are pre-determined
by the programmer, on the
basis of his own experience
and expertise.
Dr. Moshe Shpitalni has

developed a new system for
the determination of crucial
parameters in electrochem-
ical grinding methods. This
technique combines the
mechanical action of a
grinding wheel with an
electrochemical reaction,
which also removes mate-
rial from the workpiece.

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