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December 03, 1982 - Image 39

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1982-12-03

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

A man that should call
everything by its right
name, would hardly pass

the streets without being
knocked down as a common
enemy.

FOR THE CONVENIENCE OF OUR CUSTOMERS

WE ARE ALWAYS OPEN
7 DAYS A WEEK

— Also —

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Mon.-Fri. 11:30 a.m. to 1 a.m.
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Sun. 2 p.m. to 1 a.m.

DETR0

Italian-American Dining At Its Finest

Valet
Parking

4222 Second Blvd.
Bet. Willis & Canfield

833-9425

WE'RE CELEBRATING
OUR 1st ANNIVERSARY

SPECIAL

For Month Of
December

OUR FAMOUS CORNED BEEF
SANDWICH ON RYE

AT OUR ORIGINAL OPENING DAY
PRICE OF ONLY

$2.95

(REGULARLY SELLING FOR $3.25)

FREE ... A WEIGHT WATCHER/CUSTARD

WITH ANY MEAL

THE

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Phone

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JERUSALEM (JTA) —
El Al workers have appar-
ently lost their court battle
to prevent the shareholders
from going ahead with
plans to liquidate the na-
tional airline and place it in
receivership.
They also lost battles
with local police. A Knesset
motion charging police
brutality in scuffles with El
Al employees Tuesday
night and Wednesday
morning was stricken from
the agenda.
The angry demonstra-
tions by airline workers fol-
lowed the Tel Aviv Labor
Court's rejection Tuesday of
an appeal by Histadrut for a
permanent restraining or-
der. The National Labor
Court in Jerusalem refused
Wednesday to overturn the
lower court's decision and
ruled that a temporary in-
junction issued last week
pending the labor appeal
will expire today. The El Al
shareholders will then be
free to petition in District
Court for a liquidation order
and the appointment of a re-
ceiver.
Two El Al workers and
two policemen were hurt
in Tuesday night demon-
strations outside the
Herzliya home of El Al
Board Chairman.
Nahman Perl. Police and
workers skirmished out-
side the Abu Kebir Jail
south of Tel Aviv Wed-
nesday morning where 10
airline employees were

being detained. There
were no injuries. The
workers called the police
"Nazis" and chanted
"Police State."
In the Knesset, Labor MK
Shoshana Arbeli-Almoslino
charged that the police used
excessive force to disperse
the demonstrators. She
blamed certain elements in
the government for
encouraging them to take a
hard hand against El Al
workers. Police conduct was
also attacked by Laborite
Jacque Amir and Com-
munist MK Toufik Toubi. -
The -fate of El Al was
sealed last week when the
shareholders, mainly gov-
ernment proxies, voted to
close the money-losing car-
rier._ Histadrut and the
workers accused them of
bad faith on grounds that all
of the airline workers, ex-
cept the pilots, had agreed
to stuff management terms
in keep El Al flying. The
pilots balked at demands
that they work 16-hour
shifts which they said would
jeopardize aircraft safety.
But some El Al pilots
were back at work Wednes-
day. The airline, which
management grounded
after a wildcat strike two
months ago, resumed cargo
flights to Europe, carrying
fresh-cut flowers to West
Germany.
The cargo flights were not
affected by the original
grounding order because of
the urgent need to fly
perishables to West Euro-

Orthodox: Reduce Nukes

851-9390

BUSINESS HOURS:

Labor Court Seals El Al's Fate

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VERNON VALLEY, N.J.
(JTA) — A resolution prop-
osing action for the im-
mediate reduction in- the
size and deployment of the
nuclear weapons arsenals of
both the Unied States and
the Soviet Union was
adopted by the 1,200 dele-
gates and guests attending
the 84th anniversary na-
tional convention of the
Union of Orthodox Jewish
Congregations of America
(UOJCA) at the Atherican
Great Gorge Hotel.
Ambassador Moshe
Arens of Israel told the con-
vention that President
Reagan's Sept. .1 peace in-
itiative, which calls for a
federation of the West Bank
with Jordan, resulted from
a "difference in Perception"
between the U.S. and Israel.

Declaring that Israel will
not yield to pressure to give
up Judea and Samaria,
Arens said the Reagan Ad-
ministration "does not
understand the degree of
risk that Israel is being
asked to take" under the
Reagan proposal.
Julius Berman of Forest
Hills, N.Y., was elected to a
third term as president of
the UOJCA. Berman also
serves as president of the
Conference of Presidents of
Major American Jewish
Organizations.

pean markets. They were
suspended earlier this
month when the pilots and
other workers walked but.
About 40 workers returned
to their jobs Wednesday
under court urders.

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70th Celebration

NEW YORK — The Na-
tional Federation of Temple
Sisterhoods have an-
nounced a year-long cele-
bration of their 70th an-
niversary. Highlighting the
event will be a special wor-
ship service Jan. 21.

Restaurant

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25900 GREENFIELD AT LINCOLN
968-1150

ANY
DINNER
FREE
FROM OUR SPECIAL MENU

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WHEN YOU ORDER A SECOND DINNER OF EQUAL
OR GREATER VALUE FROM OUR SPECIAL MENU

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$3.95
EXTRA SPECIAL WEEKEND BREAKFAST

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• 2 EGGS (any style)
• TOAST
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(No discounts or carry-NO

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FRIED CHICKEN
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Includes: 'Choice of potato, cole slaw
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Israeli Soldier
Dies of Wounds

TEL AVIV (JTA) — Cpl.
Amnon Dehan, who was in-
jured in the explosion at the
Israeli Army headquarters
in Tyre Nov. 11, died of his
wounds Monday the army
announced.
His death brought to 76
the number of Israeli
fatalities in the explosion
which caused the seven-
story building to collapse.
The dead were Israeli mili-
tary and civilian personnel.
In addition, 14 Arabs,
Palestinians and Lebanese
under detention, were also
killed. Military- inves-
tigators said the explosion
was caused by a gas leak.

Friday, December 3, 1982 39

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