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Paoli 2, HERITAGE, Florida Jewish News, April 18, 1980 T 00How can we help you? LETTERHEADS ENVELOPES RESUMES BUSINESS CAR DS INVOICES NCR FORMS FLYERS BROCHURES SCOR E FOLD STAPLE COLLATE PAD STITCH CUT & TRIM PERFORATE ... to name a few ways! Our services are many, so give us a call. Sadat in Washington Flexible on May 26 Deadline Hardline on Jerusalem Issue Across from Myron's near the Casselberry Post Ofhce m LIVE OAKS CENTER Casselberry, FI 331-1001 NEW YORK (JTA)-- President Anwar Sadat of Egypt said last week that he was prepared to be flexible on the May 26 target date for completion of the autonomy talks with Israel if some of the issues are resolved by then and a few others remain out- standing. But, he observed on inter- views broadcast by the CBS and NBC IV networks, the situation would be very serious if nothing is achieved by May 26. Sol Linowitz, the U.S. special Ambassador to the Middle East, said in Washing- ton that the autonomy talks would continue after May 26 "if there's momentum." He said Begin and Sadat have agreed to this. Sadat appeared on television after two days of intensive talks with President Carter on the autonomy negotiations. Sadat said that he was pre- pared to send an Egyptian delegation to .Washington for a three-way meeting with Israeli and U.S. officials and would agree to a summit meeting between himself, Begin and Carter if the lower level talks produced no results. He said he had pro- posed a three-way meeting at the end of this month but Israel rejected the idea. Sadat charged that Israel's settlement policy on the West Bank violated the spirit of the Camp David accords but added that he would not break off the autonomy negotiations if Israel refused to discontinue planting settlements in that territory. Sadat was reported to have told Jewish leaders that Israel should control its own defense but it was not immediately clear as to whether this included territories adminis- tered by israel since the Six- Day War. According to Israel Singer, director of the North American branch of the World Jewish Congress, who was one of 11 American Jewish leaders attending the half-hour meeting at Blair House at Sadat's invitation, the Egyptian President was told by Edgar Bronfman. acting chair- that Israel's defensc should be solely in Israel's hands. "'On that point (the last one) Sadat agreed fully," Singer said to reporters outside Blair House. Later. however, Rabbi Arthur Hertzberg. vice president of the WJC, said that while Sadat did agree "he did not specify what points." Hertzberg added that "this was not a map-drawing conversa- tion.'" He also said that "the conversation was not one of imminent crisis." Bronfman would only say to reporters that "we had a very pleasant and instructive meeting and a very good understanding." Regarding an undivided Jerusalem, Jacques Torczy- ner, president. World Union of General Zionists, reported Sadat as saying that "every time this matter is brought up Begin says this is not negoti- able." Sadat added that "this is a matter to be discussed later," Torczyner said. Sadat of Egypt was adamant against any concessions to Israel on the issues of Jerusalem, Palestin- inn statehood and Jewish / / Egyptian leader, referred to those issues. He declared that"naturally, a final settlement" on the West Bank and Gaza Strip "should be based on the right to self- determination," language that is considered to mean eventual statehood for the Palestinians. OOO0000000000000 OO00000000000000 eO man of the WJ Congress settlements on the West Bank Sadat appeared to exclude However, no l Presidiums Executive while and Gaza Strip. He also Jews specifically from rights in riqhtto P " , nto : : WJC pres dent Phili alleged that Israel is not East Jerusalem when laterin te} rv Klutznick is on leave of observing the spirit of Camp his address, he said that"Arab and free ADVICE BY  " " ry ". 'g ty a Islamic and otherwise would absence whde he Js Secreta Dawd sovere n nd "'""''" : unitedf Commerce,threethat elements:Jews are PressAddressingclub the twoNatinal Christian rights would be contrary to the n.  ". . : on following days observed in East Jerusalem" national law and unity of Jerusalem under of intensive discussions with under the type of settlement but it would alsoC : " t . i J' : Jewish sovereignty, successof President Carter on the he envisaged, gerous precedent I ' : the Camp David process, and autonomy negotiations, the Sadat contended that "self- could live with." Holocaust Vzctlm's Child" F eund" lr Lira  one oi - .. 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