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January 21, 1983 - Image 40

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1983-01-21

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40 Friday, January 21, 1983

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Next to knowning when
to seize an opportunity, the
most important thing in life

is to know when to forego an
advantage.
—Disraeli

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13400 W. 9 MILE & COOLIDGE

Arloe

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Thru Sat. 7 a.m. to 11 p.6'.
OPEN 7 DAYS Mon.
- Sun. 9 a.m. to 9 p.m.

DAILY LUNCH &
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FROM

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TOAST &
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V EXTRA INCLUDES:
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WAFFLE
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ALL DRINKS 2 FOR 1 MON. THRU FRI.

NOW TAKING RESERVATIONS FOR ALL OCCASIONS

FRI., JAN. 21 THRU SUN., JAN. 23

BOB SAGET

El Al Resumes Operations
With Unexpected Pilot Pact

TEL AVIV (JTA) — After
a faltering start last week,
El Al appears to be back in
business following an unex-
pected agreement between
the pilots and management.
A scheduled flight took off
Monday morning for Zurich
and Rome. The airline
management expressed
hope that schedules would
be "completely back to nor-
mal" by Passover.
El Al, grounded for the
last four months and facing
liquidation, resumed serv-
ice last week with a return
flight to Nairobi and
Johannesburg on Wednes-
day. But 73 passengers
booked on Friday's flight to
Istanbul had to be placed on
a chartered aircraft because
El Al pilots refused to fly
under the new contract re-
cently concluded between
the company and Histadrut.
The pilots announced
Monday that they ended
their strike at the urging
of Finance Minister
Yoram Aridor. They said
they were promised spe-
cial tax rebates on sever-
ance pay to pilots who
are dismissed. They
agreed that six pilots
would be dismissed and
15 others would take
early retirement.
El Al is reducing its per-
sonnel in all categories by
about 10 percent as an
economy measure under a
reorganization scheme ap-
proved by the government.
The pilots have other dis-
putes with management
which they say are safety
related. But they promised
Monday to pursue them
without interrupting
flights.

Meanwhile, the Knesset
Finance Committee agreed
to give the new El Al man-
agement another $15 mil-
lion to allow for payment of

A grain of evil seed was
sown in the heart of Adam
from the beginning, and

the increased separation
compensation for El Al
workers to be dismissed
under the reorganization
plan.

how much fruit of ungodli-
ness has it produced!
—Apocrypha

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