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at Repudiates PLO by Gil Sedan (JTA) -- Anwar Sadat of strongly repudiated the ,Liberation Organi- last week and revived Proposal that autonomy the Patestinian Arabs implemented in the first before it is ed to the West Bank. an interview on Israeli Sadat said he has Foreign Minister Hassan All to raise the proposal when the lomy talks resume. Interior Minister Yosef who is Israel's chief 0tiator on autonomy -- I.S. Ambassador are scheduled to in Washington this to set a date for the talks. also said that he have liked to invite Menachem Begin to address the Egyptian Council (parliament) refrained from doing so in protect the popularity still has among the people. "1 am afraid comes to Cairo SPeaks before the Peoples ]ncil, he would say the things he said in on autonomy and establishment of new With such talk he lose whatever he has so far with the people," Sadat told ANWAR SADA T the Israeli TV audience. He said that for a time he entertained the idea of re- visiting Jerusalem to address the Knesset on the Palestinian problem. He implied that he dropped the idea after it got a cold reception in Israel. No Longer Recognizes PLO's Status Sadat said he no longer supports the position of the other Arab states acknowledg- ing the PLO as "the sole legitimate representative of the Palestinian people" In light of the PLO's conduct, he no longer recognizes it as such, he said. "1 maintain reservations over its status." Sadat was referring to the 1974 Arab summit meeting at Rabat, Morocco, where the Arab states, with Egypt's backing, conferred representative status on the PLO. He denied that he has been in consultation with the PLO on autonomy for the West Bank and Gaza Strip but acknowledged that several PLO representatives did approach former Prime Minister Mustapha Khalil. "It is they who contacted us. Wedid not contact any party. In the light of my experience with (PLO chief) Yasir Ararat, I relate no importance to such contacts," he said. Israel recently accused Egypt of having briefed the PLO on the progress of the autonomy negotiations. The Egyptian leader said that if he were Begin he would have ordered a unilateral Israeli pull-out from the West Bank and Gaza and thereby challenge the Palestinians with self-rule. After three years, it would be up to the Palestinians to determine their own future, he said. He warned Israel that it was now facing the choice between a conflict with the entire world over the Palestinian issue and a constructive approach of coming to grips with the emergence of an independent Palestinian entity ,- taking into account the necessary security guarantees for Israel. . but they must besigned. 'you so request. Please limit letters to 250 words. Due to ight to edit lettes If necessa. Send letters to P.O. , Fern Park, FL 72730, to Play Major Role in Community the initial meeting for the Federation year, the unity Relations discussed major of concern such as between the Jewish /intheOrangeand County public ol systems, which will be handled by educational sub- projects for Israeli Task Force Sub-Committee, Oppressed Diaspora Jewry Sub-Committee, Political Forum Sub-Committee and other issues which are to be handled through several other sub-committees were discussed in detail. The Community Relations Committee hopes to play a major role in educating the community at large as well as to serve as an educational forum for the 3,500 Jewish families in greater Orlando. I would also like to take this opportunity to personally invite members of the Jewish community to get involved in our activities. The work is exciting, challenging and most significantly, important to the well being of the Jewish Community and the commun- ity at large. MEL PEARLMAN, Chairman Community Relations Committee )roval Voiced About of Kinneret me I don't feel like "because I told you soon as the news out that Kinneret II be built, I voiced my in a letter to this disapproval was not we didn't need the bu because of the of sites. I believed at the all of the facilities by the residents too far away, the synagogues, Community Center problem of extremely dismayed to morning purposes, Dixieto build store on Summerlin haulted -- and most permanently. I can that the bank the property where Dixie is presently has made several for the and that they are in parking for Cannot understand is how the city zoning board, the government agencies and even the Jewish Community Council or Federation, who were involved in approvir,g Kinneret and the other senior dtizens high rises, could give the go ahead when adequate grocery facilities would not be available for these elderly people. The Fairway Market has been closed a long, long time, leaving only the Winn Dixie store on Magnolia. Noone can argue that the two most crucial needs for senior citizens are to have a pharmacy nearby and a grocery store. The time has come for the members of the Jewish Federation of Orlando to face up to its responsibilities to this segment of our community. The Federation, I believe, must come forward and work out a solution whereby at least the staples will be available for the citizens in Kinneret without their having to go to Colonial Plaza for a loaf of bread! EDITH SCHULMAN Maitland Fans Like Yousha Editor: Mrs. Kroll joins me in extending our heartfelt thanks for the very kind remarks relative to our 50th wedding anniversary. Ms. Gloria Yousha shows real outstand- ing ability in her manner of presentation. LOUIS KROLL Orlando Dear Editor: Everyone, everywhere I go comments on the column (Scene Around) that Gloda (Yousha) writes in HERITAGE, honestly. Even the one story I sent to California. made a big hit out there. They like the way she puts stodes together and makes them like a live word picture. SEIJV MICOHEN Winter Park EDITOR'S N01 These  j two of many. many comments we have received reflecting the wide reader acceptance of Gloda's Scene Around. If It keeps up. the Postal Senice might show a profit this year. HERITA6E, Florida Jewish News, July 4, lOW. Pall 5 HERITAGE is pleased to announce .... A Photography Contest of Jewish Ufe HERITAGE nves you to participate in "Jewish Images," a photography contest of pictures depicting various aspects of Jewish life. Awards wgi be made in five categories, with a Grand Prize of a $100 gift certificate. The five categories are: 1. Ritual and TradiUon 2. Faces and Places of Our People 3. The Modem Miracle of Israel 4. Nostalgia 5. Humor Prints are welcome from both professionals and amateurs. Those chosen wB be displayed at various IocaUons in the Orlando area. Winning and honorable mention photographs will be reprinted in HERITAGE. The Rules: 1. Contest Umlted to a total enby of 5 photographs per person, not more than 2 per category. 2. All pdnts, black and white or color, must be 8 x | 0 inches. 3. All pflnts must be clearly identified with a sticker on the back with name. address, telephone number and category. (Writing dl-dy on the back of the photo causes Indentations on the face of the picture.) 4. Photographs must be accompanied by a self-addressed, stamped envelope in order to be returned, Entdes must be brought or mailed to either HERITAGE offices or the Orlando 5, Application forms must be filled out and submitted with entJy. Additional forms are available from HERITAGE or at JCC. 6. Prints must not be older than 5 years, except "Nostalgia" pictures, which must have been taken by person submitting them. 7. Captions or explanations should be as brief as possible. 8. All pdnts selected for exhibition will be acknowledged by acceptance cards through the maiL Winners will be notified. 9, All possible care of prints will be taken, but no responsibility will be assumed for any loss or damage during exhibit or transit. l 0. Employees of HERITAGE and their immediate relatives may enter works for exhibition, by  are not eligible to win prizes. 11. Entnj automatically grants HERITAGE full exhibition and reproduction rights. The Judges: The editorial and photo-art staffof HERITAGE in conjunction with professional pholtraphy experts from another area. The Dates: Deadline for receiving work is September 30, ! 980. Winners wig be announced October 31, ] 980, Exhibits will be announced in future issues of HERITAGE. ................... I Name I Address I I CJty, State I Ione Number 1. Ritual and Tradition 2. Faces and Places of Our People 3. The Modern Miracle of Israel 4. Nostalgia I I 5. Humor I Total number of color pdnts __ I Zip No. of Prlnta m Total number of black &white pdnts I I I Please flH in this application form and submit wtt 8 x 10 Inch photogmpiw to: I I HERITAGE, P.O. Box 742, Fem Park, FL 32730 or bring to HERITAGE oMce. - I I 207 O'Brien Rd., Fern Park, or Orlando JCC, 851 N. Maitland Ave.,  I i Entry in JEWISH IMAGES Photography Contest automatically grants rub  and I L reproduction rights o HERITAG | m imm mm m m mm m m mm m m m m m m m mm m m m m wmmmmlm mmmmmm me m m ml