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April 21, 1978 - Image 38

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1978-04-21

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38 Friday, April 21, 1918,

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

LOOK FOR YOUR NAME YOU MAY BE A WINNER

FIND YOUR NAME IN THE CLASSIFIED SECTION OF
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This book contains hundreds of coupons for dinners,theatres,

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Histadrut Suspects Likud Government
of Union-Busting Drive Against Workers

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and it's entire staff

Extend Best Wishes
For A Joyous And
Healthy

Passover

Sincerest Wishes For A

JOYOUS PASSOUER

Filled With Much
Health . . . and The
Goodness of Life

To The Many People host
Friendship We Cherish Dearly

From The Entire Staff Of

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TEL AVIV (JTA) — His-
tadrut appeared to be pre-
paring for a showdown with
the Likud government
which it suspects is em-
barked on a union-busting
campaign aimed at forcing
Israeli workers to accept
terms detrimental to their
interests.
The labor federation is
expected to make a test case
of El Al, which suspended
service over a week ago by
menagement decision.
That action, supported by
the government despite se-
vere losses to the state-
owned airline at the peak of
the pre-Passover tourist
season, coupled with the
settlement of the 80-day
seamen's strike on terms
favorable to the shipping
companies, has aroused fear
in trade union circles that
the Likud government is de-
termined to use muscle
against workers.
Histadrut asked a Tel
Aviv Labor Court for an
injunction ordering the
El Al management to re-
sume service. Judge
Nehemia Guttman
suggested that the par-
ties try to reach a com-
promise but a meeting for
that purpose this evening
was a failure.
Meanwhile, a strike that
shut down radio and televi-
sion newscasts for 12 days
has ended.

College Student
Tours of Israel

The United Jewish Ap-
peal is sponsoring several
travel programs to Israel
this summer for college stu-
dents.
Both programs, Opera-
tion Joshua and the Univer-
sity Student Summer Mis-
sion, are for approximately
one month and leave the
U.S. for Israel in late June.
Operation Joshua in-
cludes a three-week study
tour of Israel and a one-
week • Judaica survey in
London.
The study mission in-
cludes six days at -War-
saw, Cracow, Auschwitz
and Bucharest followed
by three weeks in Israel.
For information, call Lil-
lian Bernstein at the Jewish
Welfare Federation, 965-
3939.

More than 2,000 editions
of the Passover Haggada
have been printed through
the centuries. The word
"haggada" means "narra-
tion."

In Washington, Ameri-
can airline pilots have ex-
pressed shock over El Al
management's treatment of
its employes who claim they
have been locked out of
their jobs. The U.S. Air Line
Pilots Association (ALPA)
has requested the U.S. gov-

••■

ernment to protest this ac-
tion.
ALPA president John J.
O'Donnell, in a statement
issued here, termed the air-
line's actions a violation of
workers' rights, bordering
on an encroachment of basic
human rights.

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PASSOVER IS A TIME OF NEW
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