New Paper in Israel
TEL AVIV (ZINS) — Announce-
ment- was made here of the immi-
nent appearance of a new Israel
afternoon daily, the maiden issue
to come out on "Yom Ila•atzmant"
(Independence Day) 1970, by two
Israelis, 'fillet Kook and Meshu-
lam Riklis, speaking for the new
venture. The newspaper. they
said, will be strictly non-political
and no Israeli investors will be
solicited, so that the paper can
maintain com plete freedom of ac-
tion. The preparatory steps.so far
have involved a capital outlay of
(Israeli) pounds 2,0041.0(5).
men are well known in Israeli and
American circles. Rikis amassed
a fortune in the U.S.A., and Kook
also has resided abroad for !Emily
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JERUSALEM (iTA) — Israel's the ambassadors have not been i the coast. No services would be
infant television services is al- ordered to clear their TV appear- given to any such ship in Israel
ready experiencing some of the' antes in advance with the minis-' ports. Sanctions would be applied
troubles that beset its much older try. The Israeli envoy most fre- to individuals having contact with
counterpart in the United States. fluently seen and heard on Israeli a floating station — suppliers of
They involve the question of where radio and TV is Gen. Yitzhak food, equipment, phonograph rec-
to draw the line between public Rabin, the ambassador to the ords. The bill, ministry sources
hastened to point out, is not aimed
service and personal opinion.
at Able Nathan who has announc-
The Israeli Broadcasting Author-
ed plans for a "Peace Ship" that
ity, a quasi government body, was
expected to exercise stricter super•
vision over what is broadcast fol-
lowjng an alleged breach of the
rules laid down for TV perform-
ers. The incident involved a popu
lar stage and TV personality. Dan
Ben-Amotz, who runs a highly
interview show on
Israel's only TV channel.
Ben Amotz recently made an un-
successful hid for a Knesset seat
on the "Peace List." a small fac-
tion that advocates Israel's with-
drawal from the occupied Arab
territories. On a recent show, he
criticized defense ministry policies
in the occupied territories, espe-
cially- the policy of punishing
suspected terrorist collaborators.
Ben-Amotz also interviewed a lo-
cal rabbi on the controversial sub-
ject of Sabbath TV.
The Broadcasting Authority
claims that he violated the rules
en two counts — first that an
interviewer should keep his per-
sonal opinions off the air, and
second, that a subject such as
Sabbath TV which is under
judicial consideration, should not
be discussed, especially as it in-
volves the Broadcasting Author-
L t another development, the for-
eign ministry asked the Broad-
casting Authority to clear inter-
views with Israeli ambassadors
abroad with the ministry before
they even approach the envoy to
appear. The authority promptly
agreed. A foreign ministry spokes-
man said in reply to questions that
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We take this opportunity to announce our forma-
tion and to remind our co-religionists at this most signifi-
cant commemoration of a Jewish Revolution in pursuit
of human freedom. that our world today is beset by
monstrous human suffering made the more horrible by
the massive apathy to that misery. We call on our fel-
low Jews—martyrs to tyranny by their very existence—
to speak out NOW against man's ever mounting crimes
against man. Start celebrating freedom by demanding
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Friday, December 5, 1969-29
Israel to Curb
ly mindful of the controversial and
highly profitable "pirate stations"
which operated in recent years off
the coast of Britain, the ministry ,
of justice is drafting a bill that
would inhibit any such activity off
The measure would be aimed at
preventing commercial broadcasts
to Israel by ships outside her ter-
ritorial waters. Commercials are
the property and monopoly of the
Broadcasting Authority which is
owned by the state, ministry
The government cannot actively
interfere with such marine sta-
tions but the bill would prohibit
wireless contact with them from
would broadcast messages to Is-
rael and the Arab states from the
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Potash Works' Growth
Brings New Profits
TEL AVIV — The Dead Sea
Works. Israeli potash-producing
concern. recently concluded a third
expansion stage which will bring
annual production up to 1.000.000.-
000 tons of potash yearly. The in-
vestment in the new expansion
was about S17.000.000, provided
by the Israeli government.
It is expected that with the in-
creased production. the cost per
ton of potash will drop and profit
margins rise substantially.
In the 1968-69 fiscal year. the
plant. exported potash to a value
of 514.000.500. Exports are expect-
ed to climb to S25.000.000 in the
1970 71 fiscal year.
A delegation of 10 Japanese
journalists visiting Israel was
told recently that one-sixth of
Israel's potash production is be-
ing exported to Japan.
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Minister of Development Y.
Shaari said that during the current
fiscal year, potash shipments to
Japan would reach about 100,000
tons, rising to around 160,000 tons
next year. He said that, in addi-
tion, Israel would be shipping to
Japan about $200,000 in phos-
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Major Gains for "Gahal"
in Municipal Elections
RAMAT GAN (ZINS)—The late
Abraham Krinitzi's successor to
the mayoralty of Ramat Gan is 48-
year-old. third-generation sabra.
Israel Feldman. a graduate of the
Ilerzlia Gymnasium and student of
juris-prudence in jerusalem. A
veteran member of the General
Zionist party. Feldman has fre-
quently held a seat in the Munici-
pal Council. "It will not he easy to
fill Krinitzi's shoes," said Feldman
in a press interview, "hut I believe
our problems are soluble and that
I can carry on in the tradition of
the late Krinitzi."
"Gahal's" gains in municipal
balloting were even larger than
those scored in the Knesset elec-
tions. Many cities and towns were
won by "Gahal" mayoral candi-
dates, including, Natanya and Re-
hovot. which had been in the hands
of \Iapai and its coalition partners
for many years. Natanya's mayor,
Oved Ben Ami. and the mayor of
Rehovot. Samuel Becht man, are
both affiliated with the General
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