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i i Page 2. HERITAGE, Florida Jewish News. January 4. 1980 ,Sag 7 Saw It in HERITAGE' IIIII NEED A JEWISH FAMILY ENVIRONMENT? One lovely corner room for retired "person or couple. Three delicious Kosher meals a day, plus personal service and tender loving care. On busline. Phone St. Petersburg (813) 345-8133 2000 in Zimbabwe Down from 7000 Rhodesian Jews Hopeful after 7-year JOHANNESBURG (JTA) --The Jews of Zimbabwe Rhodesia have gained new hope from the recent cease- fire ending the seven-year civil war in that country. They per- ceive a return to normalcy and "some Jews are very optimistic about the future," M. Hatchuel, president oPthe Central Afncan Zionist Organ- ization, was quoted as saying "We hope the cease-fire will be adhered to and that we will see an end to this terrible slaughter. In the meantime, things are continuing as normal,'* Hatchuel said. "Communal life and organizations are still in full swing and our enthusiasm hasn't been dampened in this respect. Nobody is panicking According to the Zionist in Record and South African facilities of Jewish Chronicle, there are munitydespitei some 2000Jews in Zimbabwe turnover in Rhodesia, down from a peak officials, the of more than 7000 in 1968. reported. Since then, Jews emigrated Rhodesian along with a large part of the munit general white population, has been able' because of the fighting and internal uncertain political future of the having to i MONEY SAVING COUPON I Call NOW for your own coupon book or I Bring this coupon to any Diet Workshop class for one. n GOOD FOR ONE I GREAT WEIGHT REBATE COUPON BOOK i (for current, new or returning members) i SAVE UP TO $20.00 _11 Only 1 per person i NCamh__ Reaideii pi t ioia  Vm I.ue=aliimd=n tnl 2im/2/JO0. mDJ in a recent issue of the Zionist at the moment or looking to central African nation, communal ....... Record and South African run away. We are carrying on Nevertheless, there has needs - ORLANDO -- 66"9-80  -- Jewish Chronicle. as we used to do." been a significant expansion the ne EIAI.Averts Shutdown g ]]y i i As Pilots Take Pay Cut Con r. Ke GIRF--,A-'Tk |   n.-"1"'",) byY'd:zhakShargil by Hurwitz and his "economic From Israel worx-xl I I. J'/X" i TEL AVIV JTA) The cabinet" Hurwitz said Israeli ( - threatened shutdown of El A1 taxpayers could no longer pay Congressman Richard Kelly No.v,*o ,"p.-2f  Y was averted last week when for the airline's losses, esti- (R., 5th Distr.) is due back ;m-m,mm, mm,nmmimimu,mmmnmm, the flight officers agreed to mated at O million this year. froma9-clayfact-findingtripto Israel be embarked on just 'SPECIAL TO READERS OF HERITAGE Israel at Thirty "1948.1978. ence, immigration, war, and the struggle for peace. Yours rice with every new subscripUon to "][]z Jerusalem Poet -- the only Israeli newspaper written m English. 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The El AI board of directors had announced that it would halt operations unless the pilots agreed to its terms. That decision was firmly endorsed El AI pilots had been earning as much as $12,000 per month before taxes, part of it in foreign currency. In addition, the company paid the income tax on the foreign currency portion. Under the new agreement, El AI expects to save $]0 million a year on the wages of cockpit crews alone. It also anticipates savings of $10 million on overseas opera- tions and $30 million by reducing the salaries of the rest of its employees and insti- tuting an early retirement plan. The company hopes to generate an additional $10 million next year by increased sales. Demands Retraction Over Reform Wedding by David Landau JERUSALEA4 (JTA)--The Movement for Progres- sive Judaism said that it will take legal action for slander against Ashkenazic Chief Rabbi Shlomo Goren unless he retracts a disparaging remark he allegedly made about a wed- ding ceremony Performed by a Reform rabbi. "Legal staps will be taken," said Rabbi Adi Assabi, director of the Reform movement in Israel, who offici- ated at the wedding of Karen Dickenstein, 21, and Howard Levin, at Kibbutz Yahel. Dickenstein, of Michigan, is a new immigrant to Israel. Levin, a recent immigrant to Israel, is now doing his army service in the Israel Defense Force. The congregation at the wedding included the I c s, __z, I I M to: G ,:  Yes. Send The Jeruem Post to those lr1  po on he attached lit ($30. each). And send a beautiful, ve speda] I I 110 East 591h Street 91(t card in my name, gg, J I N,, Vo, mY ]001 L.__ .... . .................. _,u young members of the kib- butz, Israel's sole Reform kibbutz, and invited guests. Goren was quoted as saying that the wedding "never hap- pened" and also of asserting that the Reform rabbi "partici- pated only in the folldoristic parts, not in the halachic parts" of the ceremony. The Reform group demanded the retraction in a letter to Goren. A similar demand was made in a letter to the Sephardic Chief Rabbi of Eilat, Moshe Hedaya, who was a witness at the wedding and signed the formal marriage documents required by the Ministry of Interior. Hedaya was quoted in the press as declaring that he alone had officiated but had allowed Assabi to read the "ketuba" (marriage contract). The camp YOU always wanted to go to. after the Christmas holiday. "israel has the importance of a strong ally in an unstable area from the standpoints of military intelligence and military effectiveness," he said before leaving. "At no time since the formation of israel have the interests of the United States and Israel been so inter- twined as they are now." Travelling at personal expense, according to the congressman, he will meet with highest ranking govern- ment and Knesset officials and view are of military Rabbi Flies to Serve 'Jewish by David Landau rabbi Montreal, in CI JERUSALEM (JTA)-- Rabbi Abraham Hirshberg of had Mexico has flown to Teheran welcome" and hopes to be allowed to conduct services for the Jews who are among the American had met hostages held in the U.S. Ral: Embassy. trip Hirshberg told Kol Yisrael Iranian radio in a telephone intewiew ington. from meheran last wiek that he was in touch with }.he Iran- ian authorities who "invited" Haifa him to Teheran and who Has would determine precisely when he would go to the Special to Embassy. He said he did not know The how many of the hostages Haifa were Jewish. Four Christian clergymen were allowed to under the conduct lengthy services for the hostages on Christmas at 420 Eve. 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