The Palm Beach Post from West Palm Beach, Florida on November 24, 1968 · Page 15
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The Palm Beach Post from West Palm Beach, Florida · Page 15

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Palm Beach Post-Times, Sunday, Nov. 24, 1968-BI Scandinavian Nations Eye Joint Commercial Atomic Energy Industry tion has been expressed by Scandinavian industry, but it requires the backing of the-governments before anything more can happen. Cooperation may indeed not only be possible but essential to the development of a competitive atomic energy Iwidm Financial Vmn UPI COPENHAGEN, Denmark An imaginative scheme to set up a Scandinavian corporation to develop a joint atomic energy industry on a commercial basis may turn out to be one of the most important aspects of future Norse cooperation. By pooling their resources. the three small Scandinavian countries, Denmark (population 48 million), Norway population 3.7 million), and Sweden (population 7.7 million), would not only be able to develop domestic nuclear power programs mot e easily, but they would stand a good chance of becoming competitive suppliers on the interna tional market for atomic energy and its by-products. Meeting in Copenhagen in April this year the Scandinavian prime ministers commissioned officials to prepare plans for the establishment of a Norse economic union. The officials are now completing their reports, and in the course of the first months of 1969 the politicians wfll have to decide what proposals they can agree on. Plans for cooperation in the nuclear energy field will be among these proposals. Cooperation, of course, could take many forms stopping short of a joint corporation, but some influential voices have suggested just Bus. Axel Iveroth, for example, chairman of the Swedish Federation of Industries, has proposed expanding the Swedish corporation for the development of the atomic energy industry into a Norse concern, "a kind of S.A.S. of nuclear energy." S.A.S. (Scandinavian Airlines Systems) is an exciting it holds many advantages, especially since a report this summer from the official Nordic Contact Group on Atomic Energy. The group reported that there was in Scandinavia the economic and the scientific-technical basis for a competitive Scandinavian nuclear energy industry. Strong interest for coopera parallel. It was formed in 1950 by the merger of the Danish, Norwegian and Swedish national airline companies, and ii has proved to be one of the most successful ventures in Norse economic cooperation to date. On the idea of Scandinavian nuclear cooperation in general there is wide agreement that Wim MWk Si f ii if ifi''-f 'M''" K' i'-'v V II iff ' ii : f.- firm; - A " . ViVbf'- II .i-' ; V. silky Crepeset for the late late sho- i''K i l ii Vu-1-. ' ' --w , l : i ' Home is where the glamour is ... from 5 S: , ' 1 ji ' champagne sipping a deux to dawn! Settle I s? back in billowings of platinum or white Enka CrepcscP nylon X - ! " I -i ' ... the luxurious pebble crepe that's wrinkle-free. "t&fil k lptisammssf 8$ tnat spells supreme flattery f: $-r L f. to yottr femininity! By FLA IR in p,s,m mini ensemble; bared back -J;r ' Grecian gown with sheer pegnoir, $3Z "r Long version of ensemble, S 10. Plunging culotte jumpsuit with the flarest legs of all, SI 1). CrptMt it fg. TM ! Amvrfesn, Irtfca Cff , SLPH'4R, SECOND FLOOR j DOWNTOWN WEST PA LM BE A CH u r d i nsr . Ei 'S AICIIT 'TfL 9:30, PARK FIVE AFTER 6 F Jf . IV THE SEtF-IMftKIVC LOT, iVOitTJI OF BL KDIAE'S OA UIXIE SHOP IOM)

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