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Sign: Jerusalem - "Haviva Netiva and Aviva" route - Mechalkei HaMayim

HaPalmach St 52, Jerusalem, Israel
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On the sign:
סמל מסלול חביבה נתיבה ואביבה - גיבורות על הפלמ"ח
Symbol of the Haviva Netiva and Aviva track - heroines of the Palmach

מחלקי המים
גדוד מחלקי המים של ארגון "משמר העם" פעל לחלוקה מסודרת של המים בימי המצור על ירושלים במלחמת העצמאות בשנת 1948. בימים שבהם כל טיפת מים הייתה חשובה, מחלקי המים היו חשובים כמו אוויר לנשימה. עבודתם לא הסתיימה רק בחלוקה עצמה, אלא המשיכה גם בייעוץ לייעול דרכי השימוש והשימור של קצבת המים של כל משפחה ומשפחה.
מחלקי המים ייזכרו כמחלקי החיים.

[תמונה של כרזה על הוראות לשמוש יעיל במנות מים]

[צד 2]
[Side 2]

Mechalkei HaMayim
The "Water Distributors Brigade" of the Mishmar Ha’Am organization was formed to distribute water during the siege of Jerusalem during the War of Independence in 1948. In those days, every drop of water was as important as a breath of air. Not only did they distribute water, but also advised each and every family on how to use, recycle and ration water supplies.

[Image: of a water distribution queue]

[צד 3]
[Side 3]

موزعو الماء عملت
فرقة توزيع الماء " التابعة لمنظمة مشمار هعام حرس الشعب من أجل التوزيع المنظم للمياه أثناء حصار القدس خلال حرب الاستقلال عام 1948. وكانوا يتنقلون يوميا من حي إلى آخر في القدس على عربات كبيرة محملة بالبراميل وفي وسط كل كانوا يتوقفون لتوزيع المياه على كل عائلة حسب احتياجاتها .
في الوقت نفسه تم توزيع رسم تخطيطي على سكان المدينة لشرح كيفية توفير المياه واستخدامها بنجاعة عن طريق إعادة الاستخدام .

[الصورة: محطة توزيع المياه]
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"Haviva Netiva and Aviva" route - a route located on Palmach Street in Jerusalem and commemorates the Palmach and especially the heroines of the Palmach.

There are several types of signs on the track, the current sign is a sign as part of "Historic signs".

The sign is wrapped around the lighting pole, here are the other parts of the sign:
Side 2 Click for a larger image
Side 3 Click for a larger image

The poster that appears on the sign in the Hebrew language, appears here in magnification. The poster, which provides instructions for the efficient use of water rationing packages, includes a diagram explaining how a quantity of 10 liters of water can be utilized for reuse, for example washing water, which can be used for washing floors and for flushing toilets.

The poster also contains tips for using water, for example: Dishwashing: Before rinsing, clean the pots and plates from the food scraps. Prepare two bowls, in one concentrated solution of soapy water and soda, in the other - clean water for final rinsing. Rinse the dishes once a day ... Use the final rinse water the next day (after filtering) to prepare a new solution of soap and soda. Use the used solution water to flush the toilet.
Washing: Wash over the bowl in a slow stream of water. Prepare a bowl with a thin solution of soap and lisol. Take it in your hands after visiting the toilet.
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