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Page 2. HERITAGE. Florida Jewish News. July 4. 1980 Peace Now Calls for Yadin Resignation DEPUTY PRIME MINISTER Prof. Yigael Yadln speaks to Peace Now demonstrator Prof. Don Patlnkin outside the minister's residence In Jerusalem. Hebrew University economics professor Patinkin was one of a small group of academics who demonstrated outside the homes of Yadin and Interior Minister Yosef Burg, calling on them to resign from the governmenL A larger Peace Now demonstration was held outside the Prime Minister's Office. Patinldn's placard reads- "Prof. Ylgael Yadin: You bear double responsibility for the deeds of this government. Resignl" (Zoom 77) U.S. State Dept. Admits Error on Hussein's Pledge to Ban PLO Strikes by Joseph Polakoff the President had completed WASHINGTON, (JTA) -- A their talks but while the King was still in Washington It was widely publicized assertion by prominently reported as an a State Department senior indication of the King's official that Jordan's King opposition to PLO terror Hussein had personally against Israel. assured President Carter he However, four days later, on would not permit the Palestine NBC's nationally televised Liberation Organization to "Meet the Press" program, the launch strikes against Israel King said that the subject did from Jordanian soil was not arise in his talks with the acknowledged by the President. Department last week as Later, the Jewish Tele- having been incorrect. graphic Agency asked the The official made the State Department, who is right statement June 18,to selected and who is wrong? The State reporters in a background Department replied: "On briefing at the State 'Meet the Press,' the King said Department after the King and there is no change in Jordan's Pitseleh They call Rubin Bolt "Mr. Bahamas"because he has been there 52 years, running the Nassau Hebrew Congregation, the only one on the island, which meets the first Friday of euery month on the second floor on Market Street. Bott is called "'rabbi" but he is not ordained. position. We knew that, found The JTA asked a compe- it acceptable and saw no tent source at the State reason to raise the question in Department to whom in the our talks. It did arise when the Congress the King made the King was meeting with the statement, since he had met Conclress. The King restated with Senators and Representa- his position, and it was to that lives in separate sessions. The statement that the senior source replied he did not official referred." know Israel Develops New 155mm Artillery Piece TEL AVIV, (JTA) -- Israel has developed a new 155 mm. artillery piece which it claims is one of the most sophisticated in the world today. Already introduced to the armed forces, the gun has a 20 kilometer range, can be revolved a full 360 degrees instead of the 40-degree limit of similar artillery and requires a crew of only six instead of nine because of automation. ...E.GE40 $100,000 of III LIFE INSURANCE COSTS LESS THAN s30 A MONTH Call for Quotes Today/ Paul S. Gaiptman LONGWOOD INSURANCE SERVICES REPRESENTING MAJOR INSURANCE COMPANIES Call 834-4662 24 HR. ANSWERING SERVICE MEMBER NATIONAL ASSOCIATION OF LIFE UNDERWRITERS SINCE 1972 m MAY HOT HAVl OXL WZLLS, BUT W]I " HAVE YOUR PAST! AND '"." TIIII i INTBRNATIONAL BDITION THE JERUSALEM ROST INTERNATIONAL EDITION 110E 59th SI New York, N Y 10022 [J Please deliver 52 issues o/ THE JERUSALEM POST Inlernalional Edilm for one lull year. and send me the NEW DRY BONES Book My check lol $35 00 is enclosed [ I Please deliver 26 issues tor six menlhs My check for $19 00 is enclosed l': ] 8 4 NAME ADDRESS CITY S|ATI /IP mmmm J 73-Year, Old Man Averts Terrorist Acts in Israel by Y'gzhak Shargil dug up the object which turned out to be a thermos jug TEL AVIV, (JTA) -- Shimon filled with explosives. An Rant, a 73-year-old retired gym attached device was timed to teacher, was credited with detonate the explosives averting a terrorist bombing several hours later when the on the beach at Bat Galim beach would have been near Haifa recently and packed with bathers. apprehending the three Rant, after yelling to others perpetrators, on the beach to "run away,'" Rant, who was an under- gave chase to the three ground fighter in Poland terrorists who were still in during World War II and lives sight. He was joined by a local in Haifa, spotted one of three kiosk owner and by several youths burying a suspicious- soldiers who had been waiting looking object in the sand. on a nearby road to hitch a He was on the beach for his ride. daily early morning swim The three men were when he noticed the three captured and held until police men, two of them standing in arrived. They had knapsacks, the surf and the third digging one of which contained vigorously, depositing an another explosive-filled object in the hole and covering thermos jug which they it with sand. apparenUy intended to plant When the. three left, Rant elsewhere. in Israel Study For Center by (Jzi Benziman Movement's proved to be JERUSALEM, (JTA) -- failure, attem With the political community similar centrist in Israel abuzz with speculation advance of regarding the possibility of are early elections, a number of The idea that parties and individuals have this new activity been busy studying the Israeli voter is f prospect of forming a new veteran "centrist bloc." both Likud Their ambitions are Alignment. encouraged by the pheno- are taken menal success in 1977 of the some 30 percent Democratic Movement for are "don't Change (DMC) which started from nothing and won 15 Voters seats in the Knesset, an Suspicious unprecedented feat in Israel's Disillusionmenl notoriously conservative and suspicion politics, trends that are That success was achieved through these at the expense of the Labor encourage the Alignment, which lost |g of establish a new the 51 seats it held in the At the heart previous parliament. In the efforts stands 1977 elections a serious group that segment of the Israeli established the electorate demonstrated its Democratic longing for a new political Rubinstein, force to replace the veteran constitutional leaderships of the traditional su parties, create a polil responsive to The DMC's Failure the road" But, while the Democratic electorate. But Movement made an impres- carries with him sive showing .at the ballot a political boxes, it failed to fulfill its faiied declared intention to become He is the balancing force in the Knesset. failing to Menachem Begin succeed- impact on the ed in establishing a coalition inner stabilii cabinet (supported by 62 Democratic Knesset members of Likud, accretion to the l the National Religious Party of long-time and Agudat Israel) without Shmuel Tamir, recourse to the DMC. Thus, of Justice, the new political force lost its of leverage and, when later it did famous join the coalition, it had to leader. adapt itself to Begin's conditions. R u b i n st e i n '5 The DMC's decision to join maneuvers to Begin's Cabinet carried the significant seeds of the party's viewed mar destruction. An important wit h section of the party could not Rubinstein is accept the Begin govern- politician who ment's political and social new party; there views, othe The group . that was political arena concentrated around MK same dream. Amnon Rubinstein did not According conceal its dissatisfaction with speculation, the government's policy. The reported in the disgruntlement of this party could component finally resulted in posed of a split. The Rubinstein group the Liberal seceded from the coalition, Defense Mini thus dividing the party into two Weizman -- the groups -- one in the Liberals, and opposition and the other, segments of the headed by Deputy Premier Movement. Yigael Yadin, still part of the Whether or government. Subsequently, materializes, it further defections took place that the shape in both factions, political scene Even though, in the final significant c analysis, the Democratic advance of the Couple Learns Teen-age Daughter Died By Torture in Prison in Argentina by Tamar Levy in Cordoba, Argentina in Chauna, had been in prison Before le .. ............. 1976, and has not been heard with Alexandra and reported reporters, "NOW" Jur_v J//) LUlS t ' . - from since. She was a that she died after being back ourdaugh' and Helena Ha,movltz an o .... ' member of the "Youth for tortured. Ms Chaunaescaped Argentinian g elderly jew,sn couple were d( ' Guevara" movement wh ch and s now n Geneva least acknowle . told here that their daughter, supported the late Latin our daughter. Alexandra,. died after being American radical leader, Che She told the Hamovitz's that daughter's body tortured ,n a pnson in I xa dra Guevara. Ae n was given worse tobeabletobury Argentina - treatment than the others in The Haimovitz's, who According to her parents, prison because she was At least I immigrated to Israel from Argentina several years ago and now live in Rehovot, came to Geneva to seek information about their daughter from officials of the United Nations Human Rights Commission which has a special committee that investigates cases of missing persons. Their daughter, a high school student, was arrested she and a girlfriend were picked up by police several days before she was to leave for Israel to join two older brothers who settled there. Put In Contact Wlth Eye Witness The Haimovitz's received a letter from Amnesty Inter- national stating that a young Argentinian woman, Gratziela Jewish and that in Argentine havedisa prison camps it was much since the worse to be Jewish than to be power there in I j a terrorist, them Jews. While in Geneva, the couple from after a yea!'! met with Gerhard Riegner, presumed to Secretary General of the Numerous World Jewish Congress. They washed ashore plan to go to London to see during the last l officials of Amnesty Inter- heads and national, prevent