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February 15, 1980

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Buying of topic of next Feb. addresses the Forum. Com- :Nst and current the Orlando ment Pro- meets ! bring commun- Lp together to of special cur- the Anti- ue's nation- is an :h special science. Foxman and Russian in Hebrew and is scheduled to on the 2 | st of Dr. an Mrs. Further be obtained Rejected II I I I I HERITAGE, Florida Jewish News. February 15, 1980, Pap3 State Library to Receive Peace Treaty Book DURING OPENING CEREMONIES of a photographic exhibit entitled "Jerusalem: Keeping the Past Alive," held recently in TaUahassee, Israeli Consul Yuoal Metser (r) presented Florida Secretary of State George Firestone (1) with a commemorative book of Israel's historic peace treaty signing with-Egypt. The exhibit, which depicts the (JTA) -- A historical significance of one of the world's oldest cities, will visit Tallahassee, Gainesviile, Orlando and Miami as the salaries part of a national tour sponsored by the Israeli Consulate General. Firestone said the book would be donated to was the State Library of Florida. specl HERITAGE photo )EPT. (Continued from Page 1) people--in the Sinai, all of Pointed out that which Israel has agreed to citizens enjoy withdraw by April 1982 as part within of the Egyptian-Israeli peace lrd are free to rate." It treaty." Organized labor Allegations About Torture without Referring to allegations and "most about the use of torture and b as well as instances of brutality bylsraeli of the officials during interrogation general con- of Arab security suspects, the report noted that "Israeli auth- report added, orities have repeatedly i Jew- stressed that such practices State and are forbidden by Israeli law" of Israel from and that "official reaction to the allegations of torture and tends to feel mistreatment have been and largely vigorous and prompt. ' some gov- The report observed that private efforts "generally, the International Committee for the Red Cross interaction may at any time visit prisoners Arabs and not under interrogation. In minority has addition, ICRC delegates visit the law, al- convicted Arab security pris- forms of dis- oners in Israel and the OCcur in such occupied territories. When- and ever the ICRC feels it's neces- government sary, an ICRC physician may conduct medical examina- "occupied tions without witnesses; the includes, ICRC may submit inquiries report, East about specific cases to the Israeli authorities." approximately The report said that, as of 1 | | non-mill- November 1979, there were in the occu- about 2661 non-Israeli Arabs I East in prison for security offenses are in Israel proper or in the terri- 4000 todes. f x Israel Trip For Women Announced Women from across the United States are expected to parUcipate in the United Jewish Appeal Business and Career Women's Mission to Israel, March 9-19, according to an announcement by Marcia Kerstein, president of Orlando's Jewish Federation. In her announcement, Kerstein stated that "this mission, specifically geared to the interests of the business and career woman, will help participants understand the leading role that they can play in helping fellow Jews meet the challenges of the 1980's." Highlights will include a visit to a women's army base, meetings with women in the Israeli Knesset, evening semi- nars with Israeli business and career women, in-depth brief- ings with officials and experts, home hospitality, special tours and activities. The mission is available to women of all ages who are presently working, and are pie. pared to make an inde- pendent monetary commit- ment to LUA based on their own incomes. Business or career women who are interested in this mission, should call Kerstein (834-8576) or Susan Bierman (831-3847), members of CLIA Young Women's Leadership or the Federation office (645- 5433). SHOP AT HOME ORLANDO 896-5321 OR 896-5323 ALTAMONTE 830-2275 Monday to Saturday 9 to 5:30 and Sunday 12:30 to 5:30 Call us for an appointment. I SAVE $10.00 hour ON I MASSAGE By A Registered Massage Tl'rapist Regular $25.00 hour I With Coupon Only I ' s1500 .o., I I0UPON EXPIRESFE_B. 29t_h, 10...i Look! Call Today! 830-9578 or 830-9548 SUMMIT PLAZA 1033 E. Semoran Blvd. Casselberry 'W; Total color coordination with custom made draperies, slipcovers, bedspreads and morel That's the decorator touch. That's Burdinesl Let us plan an impressive custom look for your homej tailored specifically to your taste and needs. Think about draperies color coordinated to slipcovers, bedspreads and table cloths. Even cushions and pillows! We'll bring our beautiful selection of designer fabrics right to your home. You'll see Jay Yang polyester/cotton multipurpose prints, antique satins, sheers, crisp chintz, solid boucle& cotton/rayon moire and more. And sheers in every weave, texture and color. Phone for a free appointmen no charge or obligation. This week scnre 20% on our collection of color-coordinated designer fabrics form famous Carolo Fabrics. Kirsch rods, labor and-installation extra.