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March 15, 1974 - Image 18

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1974-03-15

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18—Friday, March 15, 1974

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Golda Heckled Kahane Appeals to High Court
Kahane's followers have wants to call Abba Eban to
JERUSALEM—JDL leader
Israel Mobile Department Store at Histadrnt
Rabbi Meir Kahane, on trial hinted he has evidence that testify on this matter,
in the Jerusalem District the Israel government worked
Supplies Soldiers at the Fronts Convention
Court for attempting to incite privately to keep aliya
JERUSALEM (JTA) —

All Rooms

JERUSALEM — Shekem,
Israel's military department
store of sorts, delivered 12,-
000,000 bottles of pop, 6,000,
000 waffles, 570,000 transistor
radios and 11 tons of steak
to Israeli soldiers stationed
at the fronts during the Yom
Kippur War.
Managed by Col. Hanan
Gior, the Shekem stores also
provided a special calling
card service to families of
soldiers at the front, telling
them when to expect a call:
The 34 Shekem stores are
located throughout Israel and
are intended to serve defense
personnel and their families.
Only holders of special cou-
pon books are allowed inside.
One of the most efficiently
run operations in Israel, ac-

cording to the Israel Digest,
Shekem owns plants for meat
processing and for manufac-
turing confectionery items
and furniture. It even has
schools for training newcom-
ers to work in the stores.
The- Shekem chain employs
3,000 and is fully mechanized
and computerized.
During the Yom Kippur
War, Shekem mobile stores
advanced with every unit,
even under fire and some-
times arriving at the pisi-
tion ahead of the fighting
unit. Five times as many
mobile stores were sent out
with provisions than in the
Six-Day War.
At the fronts the stores
were unloaded quickly by
volunteers including lawyers,
psychiatrists and i m m
grants. Military police direc_
...,
ted traffic.
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The stores offered reduced
prices to the soldiers, and
soft drinks which constituted
MIZRACHI
most of the provisions, were
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sold at even lower prices. As
a result the Sinai Desert is
75.R EL
strewn with Coca-Col a
bottles. However, a call was
made to the army to collect
the bottles and return them
to the Shekem bases.
Among the other prOvisions
brought to the fronts were 40
tons of cakes, 13 tons of
shish-kabab, 5,000;000 boxes
Limited Number— of
of matches, 13,000 tooth
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2 weeks April 1-15
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ing American newcomers at
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President Ephraim Katzir
and Premier Golda Meir
addressed the opening of
Histadrut's 12th national con-
vention here Tuesday at-
tended by cabinet ministers,
diplomatt, representatives of
American labor and the in-
ternational trade union move-
ment.
Katzir, who recalled his
own youth as an ardent His-
tradrut supporter called on
educators and intellectuals
to propogate the tenets of
Histadrut which, he said,
were equality, mutual aid
farming and social security.
The convention, which will
elect a new secretary-gen-
eral, moved to Tel Aviv Wed-
nesday to continue its ses-
sions.
In his keynote speech, His-
tadrut's acting Secretary-
General, Yehuram Meshel,
urged Israeli workers to
demonstrate the same unity
and maturity in the future
that they displayed in the
Yom Kippur War emergency.
All did not run smoothly
Tuesday night: The festive
opening session was plagued
by constant heckling from
Black Panther and Moked
delegates. They chanted
"Golda resign" when Mrs.
Meir stepped to the podium
wearing a sad smile. _
Meshel was unable to
finish his speech, nor did the
hecklers spare an Amdfican
visitor, AFL-CIO representa-
tive Michael Mann, who drew
catcalls and shouts of
"Watergate" when he spoke
in support of Israel's de-
mands for -secure borders.
Mann brought greetings from
AFL-CIO President George
Meany.
Meshel said that while His-
tadrut was waiting for the
new government to decide its
own wage policieS, it would
certainly demand a higher
minimum wage retention of
automatic cost-of-living allow_
antes and a fairer distribu-
tion of the tax burden.
Meshel called for higher
taxes on industries which
recently received massive
new orders from the defense
establishment.
Meshel said Histadrut
_ would- continue to fight for
higher wages for manual
workers in order to encour-
age people to take manual
jobs. He also pledged to
fight for equal wages for
women and special benefits
for working wives.
He urged free education
"from age 3.18 instead of 5-
15 as at present, and said
the school curriculum should
include the history of Israel's
labor movement.

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