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All newcomers are invited to come, meet the presidents of the area's Jewish organizations which sponsor the bran- iiii iilil ch, and find a welcome ii!ii :i:.": to Orlando. .:.:. ;.:::.......... ....................... :.'::: :'......:....;.::::::',:.:.:.:.:.:...:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:::::'::.:::-..,; ase which is "Rrlor" ihe Supreme &=B KAJ. tJ  J, is that of TO Be Sung the Davis of In English I need not "The Barber of Seville" by details since Rossini (to be sung in are well English) will be the next them. In- production of Orlando Opera HERITAGE, Friday, January 20, 1978, Page 5 Sadat Moves To Contain Press By David Landau ASWAN (JTA) -- President Anwar Sadat has moved deliberately to con- tain the escalation of in- flammatory statements and counter-statements between Egypt and Israel, saying that the substantive positions at the forthcoming talks -- not the advance rhetoric -- were what really mattered. He said he hoped Israel would prove not to have toughened its substan- tive position. He made his remarks to reporters here, a day before the opening of the military committee's deliberations in Cairo. But at the same time, Sadat firmly reiterated that Israel's choice was "be- tween land and peace," and warned that Israel could not hope for peace so long as it was occupying another's territory. In the Egyptian press, meanwhile, the angry reac- tions to Israel's latest set- tlement actions reached a new crescendo of bitterness, casting a shadow over the start of the talks in Cairo. Much quoted is a lengthy front page editorial today by AI Akhbar editor Mouss Sabry urging "the Israeli people to press their gover- nment" against "a return to the stone age -- with all its papers was the "Egyptian Gazette," the English- language daily put out by the publishers of the indepen- dent and influential "AI Goumhourriya." Rebutting Premier Menachem Begin's argument that land ac- cretion in the wake of a defensive war is not "im- permissible," the paper con- tinued in its editorial last week: "It is absurd for a 7000- year-old nation to discuss 'territorial changes' with a collection of Khazar Jews who just about have enough claim (sic) to Arab lands as Eskimos to Tasmania. Let it be known to Mr. Begin and his rough crew of landgrab- hers that there can never be any peace agreement bet- ween Egypt and Israel... so long as one Israeli soldier remains on Egyptian soil. The real Jews of this world, not to be confused with Mr. Begin's converted-from- phallus-worship lot, began their exodus from Pharaonic Egypt circa 1222 B.C. with Egyptian chariots in hot pursuit." Without mentioning what happened to the chariots, the editorial concluded: "We should like to tell today's Israelis: let's begin the exodus once again, gen- tlemen, but this time we have peace so long as she holds another's land. Israel's choice is land or peace." British Conservative MP Sir Dennis Walters observed that this had "always been Israel's choice -- and they have always chosen land. What makes you think," he asked Sadat as reporters listened, "that they'll choose differently this time?" But Sadat -- significantly -- NEED & MANO?? olla( oil "NO IISI(" PIANO IENTM PLAN Sdlm Bwiq.or Rwudl KELLER MUSIC CO. COLONIAL PLAZA - W. P. MALL ALTAMONTE MALL refused to join the English- man in his a priori condem- nation of Israel. He agreed on the historial reading, but added: "It was clear to me from my trip to Jerusalem that the people of Israel want peace." (In Washington, the State Department said today that the clashes of viewpoin- ts by Sadat and Begin are "secondary" to their "com- mitment" to peace.) 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