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Page 2. HERITAGE. Florida Jewish News. August 8. 1980 HERITAGE is pleased announce .... A Photography Contest of Jewish Life HERITAGE invites you to participate in "Jewish Images," a photography contest of pictures depicting various aspects of Jewish life. Awards will be made in five categories, with a Grand Prize of a S 1 O0 gilt certificate. The five categories are: 1. Ritual and Tradition 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 will be displayed at various locations in the Orlando area. Winning and honorable mention photographs will be reprinted in HERITAGE. B The Rules: 1. Contest limited to a total entry of 5 photographs per person, not more than 2 per category, 2. All prints, black and white or color, must be 8 x I 0 inches. 3. AM pdnts must be cleady identified with a sticker on the back with name, address, telephone number and catego. (Wdting directly on the back of the photo causes indentations on the face of the picture.) 4. Photographs must be accompanied by a seE-addressed, stamped envelope in order to be returned. Entries must be brought or mailed to either HERrrAGE offices or the Odando JCC. 5. Application forms must be filled out and submitted with entry. 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 penmn submitting them. 7. Calons or explanations should be as bdef as passible. 8. All pdnts selected for exhibition will be acknowledged by acceptance cards through the maR. Winne will be notified. 9. All possible care of prints will be taken, but no responsibility wgl be assumed for any loss or damage during exhibit or transit. 10. Employees of HERITAGE and their Immediate relatives may enter works for exhibition, but are not eligible to win prizes. 11. Enby automatically grants HERITAGE full exldbition and reproduction dghts. The Judges: The editorial and photo-art staff of HERITAGE in conjunction with professional photography experts from another area. The Dates: ne for receiving work is September 30, 1980. Mnners will be announced October 31. 1980. ExhEits will be announced in future issues of HERITAGE. APPUCATION FORM: Name Address II City, State Phone Number | 1. Ritual and Tradition I 2. Faces and Places of Our People I 3. The Modern Miracle of Israel I 4. Nostalgia 5. Humor No. of Prints __ Zip I I I I I I I I I I Total number of color prints __ Total number of black & white pdnts __ | Please fill in this application form and submit wi 8 x 10 Inch photographs to: I HERITAGE, P.O. Box 742, Fern Park FL 32730 or bring to HERITAGE offices, I 207 O'Brlen Rd.. Fern Park, Orlando JCC. 851 N. Maitland Maitland. or Ave., I Entry In JEWISH IMAGES Photography Contest automatically grants full exhibit and reproduction rights to HERITAGE. TO MARK the 50th anniversary of Magen Davld Adom in Israel, Medals Corporation has issued a special Jubilee Medal. Designed bk Nathan Karp, the bronze medal bears on its obverse (r) the Magen symboL The reverse has the Hebrew and En saved an entire world-" UN Women Adopt Calling Zionism an 'Evil' COPENHAGEN, (JTA) -- the proviso that all UN funds amendments and The world conference of the for Palestinian women proposals. United Nations Decade for refugees be channeled it clear that the Women ended last week with through the Palestine mind the an overwhelming 94-4 vote for Liberation Organization, a a 186-point "plan of action" singular victory for the PLO. U.S. Congress Urged which included a paragraph The paragraph, which in In Washington, B't that listed Zionism as one of effect declared Zionism to be International the world's main evils, along racist and colonialist, was Congress to with colonialism and submitted by Cuba when the appropriation to apartheid. There were 22 conference opened as an agencies that abstentions, mostly by amendment to the "plan of of thePLO. Western European countries, action." In letters to SerL The United States, Canada, The anti-Israel mood of the Moynihan and Rep, Israel and Australia voted gathering was further Wolff, both against the document manifested by its extension of Democrats because of the anti-Zionis* official recognition tothe PLO amendment which statement, delegation, headed by airline U.S from Sarah Weddington, headof hijacker Leila Khaled. The the UN for two the U.S. delegation, declared PLO previously had only dominated after the vote that "the observer status, special unit on conference was subverted The conference, attended and the Committee from focussing on women's by 1,200 delegates represent- Exercise of the real issues by the political ing 136 of the 152 member Rights of the polemics of the Middle East states of the UN, was heavily Jack Spitzer, crisis." weighted in favor of the Arabs B'nai B'rith, said, because of the preponder- that A Defeat For The U.S. ance of Moslem, Third World, by radical Arab The outcome representeda non,aligned and Soviet-bloc Communists has defeat for the U.S. which had nations. Each country had a every session" of they tried from the outset of the single vote. conference. He three-week conference to Nevertheless, the U.S. American delec prevent its poiitization by appealed to the conference to opposing the fighting against the injection show a spirit of moderation said "the U.S. must of the Arab-lsraeli conflict. The and compromise when the fight for final dbcument also contained discussing resolutions, worldwide." Joseph Sisco Doubts Jordan Will Join Peace Process by Gil Sedan JERUSALEM, (JTA) -- Former U.S. Undersecretary of State Joseph Sisco does not think Jordan will join the peace.process in the near future. Sisco is in Israel after a trip to Syria and Jordan. Speaking to reporters after a lecture he gave at the Van Leer Institute in Jerusalem, Sisco said Jordan continued to be interested in peace in the area, but it was unlikely that it .wld join the. peace talks in the foreseeable future. He said the Syrians were preoccupied with their own internal troubles, but they, too, did not preclude a peace settlement in the long range. In his lecture, Sisco warned Israel that American interests were not always synonymous with those of Israel. "Regardless of the difficulties, the security of Israel continues to be inextricably linked with the U.S. As long as we are together we can protect our THE JERUSALEM POST INTERNATIONAL EDITION 110 E 59th St New York. N Y 10022 [] Please deliver 52 issues of THE JERUSALEM POST International Edition for one full year, and send me the NEW DRY BONES Book My check for $3500 is enclosed I-] Please deliver 26 issues for six months My check for $19 00 iS enclosed E ]- 84 NAME ADDRESS CiTY STATE ZiP overall mutual But, added Sisc0, not mean that Israeli interest synonymous. "yoLJ' regional power. global power," he have other interests do go one country in regardless of th4 relationship that and hopefully exist in the future." U.S. Strategic In The Area Sisco said that the U.S. will new strategic the region to possible Soviet moves. He told his  "The military you see in Gulf on the not going to be a six months, oJ operation. It is not America turning cheek once and if (American) Teheran) are "The use area, the milita is not only as a USSR that any next not be cost free, but to our friends moderate Arabs reflection that considers this area own interests, and essential to us to credible deterrent, option i n this