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to &apos;Walk as One' 200 Other Communities Community Walk-a-thon, "Now More Than between Israel and Egypt. The be among two Ever We Walk As One." afternoon will include free live ! from 200 corn- emphasizes the importance of entertainment, Israeli hout the Jewish unity at a time of products and foods for sale, and Canada Israel's growing isolation in the awards for winners of a poster miles international community of contest on the theme "Peace 4, to express escalating human needs, aris- Forever" and attendance by Jews, their ing from increased Jewish important dignitaries as Peopleoflsrael migration, and of soaring honored quests. ment to costs for all programs funded The Walk-a-thon and Lxpo need of by UJA-federation campaigns will be sponsored by the because of inflation here and Women's Division Cabinet of in Israel, according to Field. the nation- . the Jewish Federation of annual United He said that reports from all Greater Orlando. All proceeds Walk-a-thon. over the country indicate a tre- will go to the 1980 CJA Irwin Field said mendous groundswell of campaign. we walk, we support for the May 4 Walk-a- Walk-a-thon chairmen are our oneness thon, accelerated by the latest to take up UN vote rebuking Israel. Patty and Bernie Kahn and Pearl Lefkowitz. history has The Orlando Walk-a-thon world will begin at 8 a.m. at the JCC For further information, call sound and will end at Rollins College 645-5933. Let all Jews in for the beginning of the corn- that our lifeline munity-wide Israel Inde- aid will reach pendence Day Expo to be held ill sustain and from noon-5 p.m. The Expo will be in celebra- this year's tion of the peace treaty signed JUngreis to Speak Night -0nly charismatic oday" , will lecture at the second Jewish Corn- Enrichment 23, 8 p.m., at Judaism. 5 for adults, $4 full-time stu- 2C. ESTHER JUNGREIS Fisher to Address Forum on 'Cults' Rabbi Frank the home of Dick and Dottle r of the Florida Appelbaum beginning at 7:30 will be in p.m. All former and current ;., Mar. 27, for a Leadership Development Leadership participants are invited to attend. Ls 97 museums which attract 5 percent of the people enjoy COncert at least once a month. For ALL your travel needs, come to ... TRAVEL AGENCY (305) 831-6650 b'L-TAMONTE DRIVE (Hwy. 436) -" SPRINGS, FLORIDA qJ O0 ,eqDe, o w O0 O e, OO0OO0 d, QeIIoQ 0  o o J etll 0 $o eolleooo o o- o o o  o e o o o,eoo oeo 41dk EO CASSFTTF "'" cell :::.'| MOVIES .... "' ::::| FOR SALE OR RENT :::| " All Ratings Available !!!'t Video Accessories SADDLES.,, STOCK I & II !i!'| ::::3 Or come in for FREE.catalog! ':;: :ALL 896-3707 "!il HERITAGE, Florida Jewish News, March 21, 1980, Page 3 : FOURTH GRADE STUDENTS at the Hebrew Day School spent a morning recently uisitlng dlatr/c patients at Iortda Hospital while delluering gifts purchased for the ward with Pur/m gelt. The kids were impressed (aboue) that all the patients wanted to get out and back to school. -@-- Camp JCC Reunion Scheduled March 30 Last year JCC campers and prospective new campers are invited to the Center on March 30 for a day of sports and other activities from 1-3 p.m. The JCC camp reunion will also include a movie film taken at last year's camp program and refreshments will be served. All questions about the up- coming camp sessions will be 'answered and registration will be available. HERITAGE photo by "l]nker Sale i Federation to Discuss Soviet Jews, New Bus... In addition to committee and agency reports, the tenta- tive agenda for next week's Federation Board meeting to be held Wed., March 26 at 7 p.m. at the JCC, will include discussion and action on: proposal to settle | 1 more Soviet Jews in Orlando; proposal for the JCC to purchase a new bus; endowment program; and Federation staff proposal. The meeting is open to all Federation members (per- sons who pledge S|8 or more to the CJA Campaign) although only board members are entitled to vote. i1' Ine8 To  out 'tenc, Happy Possover. Celebrate the Passover holidays with our delicious kosher sweets like Barton's Passover Bartonettes. Luscious miniature chocolates tilled with assorted creamy centers. Available in mill< or bittersweet chocolate, 1 lb. box, 6.35. Also, our 12 oz. box of chocolate Matzo balls make a lovely gift for any special friend. Select from a variety of flavors--coconut, marzipan, truffle and chocolate fudge, 4.95. And don't forget to toast the evening with a glass of our fine Israel Carmel wines. Featured, Concord Grape, 3. Sacramental, :3.99. (Depts. 215, 740).