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March 25, 1977 - Image 53

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1977-03-25

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Friday, March 25, 1977 53

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Israel Economy Threatened
by New Wave of Labor Strife

TEL AVIV (JTA) - Oil com-
pany workers and govern-
ment-employed accountants
and cashiers at the Bank
Leumi went on strike last
week in a new wave of
labor strife that threatens
to cripple Israel's economy
and transportation.
As long queues formed at
gasoline stations all over
the country and Israel's
largest bank was unable to
deliver services, former
Premier Golda Meir lashed
out angrily at the labor
force, white collar and blue
collar alike, who demand
higher wages regardless of
the consequences.
Only a small portion of
the employees of the Delek
Oil Co. were on the job in
compliance with back-to-
work orders. But they en-
gaged in a slowdown, tak-
ing hours to load tank
trucks that normally take
minutes to fill. The result
was that few deliveries
were made to gasoline sta-
tions and drivers had to

wait hours to fill their
tanks.
The Bank Leumi workers
called a two-day strike leav-
ing thousands of merchants
without cash to conduct
their daily business. They,
too, were under back-to-
work orders, but those on
duty worked at a slowed-
down pace. Finance Min-
ister Yehoshua Rabinowitz
said there would be abso-
lutely no concessions to the
cashiers and accountants.
He also warned industrial
workers, who received sub-
stantial wage hikes in re-
cent months, that they will
get no more. He urged His-
tadrut not to support new
wage demands. Meanwhile,
a slowdown by customs offi-
cials has delayed the move-
ment of raw materials and
a number of factories have
had to suspend operations.
A total of 4,500 workers
struck Israel's three major
seaports Tuesday, paralyz-
ing all operations.

Community

Center Heads
Will Convene Parley in Israel

Centers, and Fritz Hollan-
NEW YORK—Leaders of
the developing Jewish com-
der, president, European
munity center movements
Council of Jewish Commu-
in Israel, Europe and Latin
nal Services, will give a pic-
America will join with lead-
ture of the center move-
ers of North American
ment in Europe.
JCCs affiliated with the
Along with President Kat-
Jewish Welfare Board in
zir, other key Israeli lead-_
the first world conference
ers will take part in various
of Jewish Community Cen-
aspects of the program.
ters, to be held in Israel
The dates of the World
May 3-8.
Conference coincide with
The World Federation of
Lag b'Omer, the "Scholar's
Jewish Community Centers
Festival," and the dele-
will sponsor the conference.
gates to the World Confer-
JWB is the North American
ence will take part in a Lag
affiliate of the World Feder-
b'Omer celebration at Ofa-
ation, representing its con-
stituency of JeWish commu- kim May 5. This will in-
clude a dinner hosted by
nity centers and YM and
YWHAs in the U.S. and Can- the Tunisian community, a
bonfire, dancing, and a pro-
ada.
gram of folklore.
President Ephraim -Katzir
of Israel will greet the par-
The participants will
ticipants at the opening ses-
make trips to centers in de-
sion on May 3. The theme velopment towns and visits
will be "The Jewish Com- to such places as the Inter-
munity Center Worldwide national Cultural Center for
and Its Role in Jewish Youth, Hebrew University,
Life." an ulpan at an absorption
Alfred Weichselbaum,
center, Kiryat Moria, the
chairman, European Associ-
Center for Jewish Heritage
ation of Jewish Community -- and others.

NY Jewish Education Board
Prepares Special Pesah Aid

NEW YORK—The Board
of Jewish Education of
Greater New York has pro-
duced special materials for
Passover, designed to en-
hance home celebration and
encourage total family par-
ticipation in the holiday.
BJE's Seder Melodies Cas-
sette is an ideal and effec-
tive way to learn the Seder
songs quickly and accu-
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classroom. An accom-
panying songbook gives the
words for all of the songs.
The guide contains all of
the songs recorded on the
cassette, complete with full
Hebrew text and English
transliteration, as well as
music notations, chords for
the guitar and information
on the origin and meaning
, behind each selection.
The filmstrip consists of
30 full-color frames with

real-life scenes of simulated
situations illustrating the
difference between the
Seder nights and all other
nights of the year. As chil-
dren see the filmstrip. they
will hear the Four Ques-
tions on the accompanying
cassette.
The Four Questions are

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of Jewish Education.

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