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to Florida, for Israel? have some part of a whirlwind trip to get a better understanding of how George American politics works. a result of a Firestone offered the 'gators young as part of a cultural exchange wound between the state and Israel. Florida on What Israel will send in exchange, the quartet did not disclose, but Peleg said "it was Yardena the beginning of what could Vermus, develop into something big." political Florida Representative Dick met with Batchelor hosted the Israelis; as during their five days here that: included visits to St. Petersburg, Tampa and Orlando. Thursday they heard Batchelor address a meeting of the state's Board of Mental Health in the Bay area. They stayed overnight in St. Petersburg Beach. After touring Walt Disney World on Friday, Mailer returned to Israel, while Vermus, of the National Religious Party, observed Shabbat. A press luncheon Saturday and a reception at the home of Dr. and Mrs. Mitchell Shapiro in Maitland brought diversified comments from Peleg and Father, members of opposing Labor Alignment and Likud factions respectively, but total agreement on the retaining of Jerusalem as Israel's capital in any peace agreement. Attending the press confer- ence were columnist Charles Reese, Sentinel Star editorial writer Randy Harrison and HERITAGE editor Gene Starn. The four Israelis had visited New York and Washington eadier during their tour. "We were very impressed with Representative Jack Kemp (R.,IN.Y.)," they said.Theywere not very complimentary about Senator Abraham Ribicoff (D.,Conn.) who "seemed to HERITAGE. Florida Jewish News, Friday, September 21, 1979, Page A-13 have too many opposing viewpoints on just about everything connected with Israel," said Peleg. "We did not meet Ambassador Young," they disclosed, "but did meet his successor." "He seems to be a much different kind of man," said Farber, "one who would not let something like the Young affair happen." When asked to clarify the position of Prime Minister Menachem Begin's solution to the West Bank problem and that of the Labor Alignment, Farber explained that Begin wants to give the Palestinians autonomy first, then decide the boundaries, while Peleg's party thinks the boundaries should first be decided so that the Palestinians would know which lands they can rule. /Neither Farber nor Peleg expect a change of govern- ment in Israel until 1981 when new elections are due, but Farber feels that Ezer Weizman will succeed Begin. Peleg, of course, thinks that Shimon Peres, head of the Labor Alignment, will be the next Prime Minister. (! to r) columnist Charles Reese; Israel Peleg, secretarg o[ Raphael Farber, secretarg.general of Likud; and Dick Batchelor, discuss the differences between the two political parties. 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