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The Detroit Jewish News, 1985-07-26

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LOOKING FOR A HOME?

Broker-Attorney Specializes
in Finding the Home Your Want
Free Legal Help at Closing

Albert Best 353-8473

Solar •Loans'

BY YITZCHAK DINUR

Jerusalem — "Solar Energy for
Rent" is the motto of Luz Indus-
tries (Israel) Ltd. which is now
building its second solar energy
generating station in California.
The company's first station was
inaugurated there in December
1984 and is the first such station
in the world to be economically
profitable.
The Luz Company uses sunny
desert sites to generate solar
power in the same way that
hydro-electric plants utilize suit-
able water sites.
Luz does not sell its equipment
but places it.where the customer
wants it and then rents it to him.
The company has signed just such
a contract with Southern Califor-
nia Edison Company for the first
station located in Dagget in the
Mojave Desert between Los
Angeles and Las Vegas.
Luz was created by Arnold
Goldman, an electronics engineer
who earlier pioneered video-
display word processors in
California. He immigrated to Is-
rael seven years ago and began to
put into effect his practical ideas
for harnessing solar energy. Her
built his company at the Hebrdw
University's Science Based Indus-
tries •Campus at Mount Scopus in
Jerusalem and assembled an
enthusiastic staff of capable
engineers, physicists, electronics
experts and technicians.
The station which was inaugu-
rated last December serves some
10,000 Southern Californian
homes through Southern Califor-
nia Edison's electricity distribut-
ing lines. The second project is al-
ready being built adjacent to the
first, and it should be completed
by the end of 1985. This will con-
tain 165,000 square meters of col-
lecting surface and will generate
30 megawatts of electricity,
enough for 25,000 homes. Further
projects will be built for Southern
California Edison over the next
four years.
Luz Industries builds all its
equipment in Jerusalem and ex-
ports it. It is setting up projects in
other countries as well, both for
industrial and process heat, and
Luz is presently negotiating the
construction of such a solar-
powered station in Israel.

On Your 50th Anniversary •

Love,
Barbara & Martin Newman
Cheryl, Mark & Marcie,
Sheldon & Kathy Chace

YOU'VE TOURED
EUROPE, GREECE, THE CARIBBEAN

Now,

take your mind on a
Guilded Tour of the Siddur!

Explore all areas of interest with special stops at
prayers of major importance. An experienced
guide will familiarize you with the historical,
'philosophical and kabbalistic significance of
each port.

Port of Departure:

BAIS CHABAD TORAH CENTER

5595 W. Maple Rd.
W. Bloomfield, MI

Time: Mondays 8:00-9:15 P.M.
Tour Guide: Rabbi Elimelech Silberberg
For Further Information Call 626-1807

Denver — Vandals hit the
childhood home of Golda Meir ear-
lier this month, leaving a dozen
black swastikas spraypainted on

the house, which was recently
moved to a permanent restoration
site in west Denver.
In 1981, the run-down, one-
story stucco duplex was saved
from the wrecking ball when it
was discovered that Meir lived .
there with her sister from 1913 to
1915: The Denver-based Golds
Meir Memorial Foundation has
announced plans to turn the home
into *,nnusuem and 4enter ,for
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JNF

• Round trip fare from Detroit-Tel Aviv-Detroit • Ac-
commodations for 13 Nights at 5-star deluxe hotels
• Full Israeli breakfast daily • Visit to an Israel Mili-
tary base Meet settlers at newly created Kibbut-
zim in the Gall' and Negev • Special JNF forest
dedication • Private escorted tour of the Dia s pora
Museum • Reception with Israel leaders at the
Knesset in Jerusalem • Dinner Cruise on Make
Tiberias • Two complimentary Lunches • Visits to
the JNF projects in the Galil and Negev • Gala
farewell dinner hosted by K.K.I.• All transfers, por-
tage, entrance fees included • Stopovers in Paris,
Rome or London at no extra cost • Ideal for repeat
or first-time visitors • Much, much more .

for appt. information & transportation, please call:

968-5550..


Price From Detroit

$1,725

This promises to be the most unique and
exciting trip yet led by JNF to Israel.

Limited Space Available. Make your in-
quiries and reservations now!

The Jewish National Fund
Of Detroit

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Southfield. Ml 48075

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CONGRATULATIONS!

HENRY AND RAE CHACE

bruce m. weiss

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