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August 23, 1974 - Image 15

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1974-08-23

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Klarsfeld Confidentof Campaign Result

JERUSALEM (JTA) —
Beate Klarsfeld told Hadas-
sah volunteers and wounded
soldiers at the Hadassah Hos-
pital here that she is confi-
dent of winning her cam-
paign to have former Nazis
presently immune in Ger-
many despite crimes against
French Jewry, brought to
justice.
She said she found support
particularly among German
youth for what is °ailed the

"Klarsfeld Bill"—legislation
that will enable the French
government to prosecute the
criminals.
"I believe that women
must take more vigorous di-
rect political action for the
causes in which they belive,"
Mrs. Klarsfeld later told
members of the Hadassah
Council in Israel.

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Shaare Zedek Medical Center
Growing Despite War-Delay

JERUSALEM — Some 10
months after the start of the
Yom Kippur War, work at
the building site of the new
Shaare Zedek Medical Center
is proceeding at a record
pace. Barring unforseen dif-
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Arabs and Israelis
Get Equal Benefits
as Paid Workers

TEL AVIV (JTA) — The
Central Committee of His-
tadrut has unanimously de-
cided that Arab workers in
the administered areas have
the same rights as Israeli
workers, including social
benefits, insurance and the
right to organize in their
place of work.
Acting at the suggestion of
its secretary general, Yeru-
ham Meshel, the Histadrut
plans to establish a special
committee to implement the
central committee's decision
and to seek ways of granting
social and professional serv-
ices to the workers where
they live.
The Histadrut's decision
takes on special significance
following an incident at the
Dimona fibers plant where
145 Arab workers from the
Gaza Strip were dismissed
under pressure from Jewish
workers, of whom 345 had
been laid off.
The , Jewish workers had
been given notice after the
plant, which employs almost
1,000 workers, decided to
close down two of its plants.
Jewish workers demanded
that the workers laid off be
employed in place of the 145
Arabs. Management yielded
to the ultimatum by the Jew-
ish workers.

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lost due to the war should be
made up by the end of the
year.
Though brought to a stand-
still during the first few
weeks of the war, work was
resumed even as the fighting
continued, and the new medi-
cal center was the first
major building site in Israel
to return to normal opera-
tions.
In its centennial year of
its founding, Shaare Zedek
Hospital is constructing a
new 500 bed medical center
as a matter of urgent neces-
sity for its people. Jerusalem,
whose population has had a
300 per cent growth in the
past 10 years, is Israel's
fastest growing city. A con-
servative estimate of the
next five years will add an.
additional 50 per cent to the
population figure.
A major factor in this ac-
complishment was a six
month's supply of iron and
other basic building materials
was stored at the site. This
reserve, which- had been ac-
quired to overcome the ef-
fects of Israel's inflationary
economy, proved to be of
crucial importance during
the first few months after
the war, when almost all of
Israel's trucks and transport
equipment were being used
by the army.
More than two thirds of
the main superstructure has
been completed and in No-
vember a toppirw-off cere-
mony will mark the pouring
of all nine floors.
The structure of the south-
ern wing — which will house
the research laboratories,
auditorium, mechanical facili-
ties, .- storerooms, services,
kitchen and dining room also
is nearing completion. Exca-
vation for the northern wing,
containing the seven story
school of nursing, dormi-
tories and outpatient clinics.
began in April, a month
'ahead of schedule.

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Israel Ups Lottery Prize

TEL AVIV (JTA) — The

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national lottery has raised the hope of stimulating lag-
the weekly first prize from ging sales.
Lottery purchases have de-
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recently, a develop-
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be deteriorating economy.
NEW YORK — The first 11 Proceeds of the lottery,
graduates of the new federa- known as the "0-66" go to
tion executive recruitment the construction of hospitals,
and education program of the schools and other municipal
Council of Jewish Federa- services in education and
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