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advanced arms to Jordan.
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puty Prime Minister and
Foreign Minister Yitzhak
Shamir put their opposing cases
before members of Congress last
Thursday. Meanwhile, oppo- .
nents of the sale in both the
House of Representatives and
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natures for what they hope will
ultimately turn into a Congres-
sional veto of the arms package
if the Administration refuses to
back down.
President Reagan gave Cod- -
gress informal notice last month
of his intent to sell Jordan an
arms package that includes 40
F-16 or F-20 jet fighters; 300
Aim-9P-4 air-to-air missiles; 12
improved Hawk anti-aircraft
missiles with 36 reloads; and 32
Bradley fighting vehicles.
The Arms Export Control Act
provides for a 20-day informal
notification period, after which
formal notification can be made
to Congress, which then has 30
days in which it can veto the
sale.
Senate Democratic Whip Alan
Cranston (D-Calif.) said at a
press conference at the end of
September that Reagan "faces
almost certain defeat" in his
plan to sell the weapons to Jor-
dan.
Cranston and five other
Senators-Edward Kennedy (D-
Mass.), Rudy Boschwitz (R-
Minn.), John Heinz (R-Pa.),
Daniel Inouye (D-Ha.) and

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Tel Aviv (JTA) — Four mem-
bers of a terrorist gang which
had been operating in the
Jerusalem hills for nearly two
years were killed and a fifth
wounded in a shoot-out with
members of the special border
police anti-terrorist unit last
week. The gang was cornered
near Hebron.
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Defense Force, Central Com-
mand, Maj. General Amnon
Shahak, said the area is now
clear of terrorists. Nevertheless,
he cautioned hikers and cam-
pers to take their excursions in
the area in groups, not singly
nor in pairs, and to go arnied.
The captured gang members
were believed responsible for a
number of attacks, murdering
five Israelis. These include Edna
Harari, 22, and Mordechai
Suissa, 24, whose bullet-riddled
bodies were found Oct. 5 after
extensive searches.
Meanwhile, a gas explosion
that killed two women in the
Katamon quarter in south
Jerusalem last- Tuesday
triggered an outburst of anti-
Arab fury among residents of
the slum neighborhood who
thought it was a. terrorist bomb.
'flka Schwartz, who lived in a
flat directly aboVe the blast, was
killed instantly. The second
woman, Maria Hymovitz, 76,
died later in a hospital. Ten
other persons, including
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jured by the blast that wrecked
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Robert Kasten (R-Wis.) — have
enlisted substantial bi-partisan
support for a resolution disap-
proving the sale. By the end of
last month, the Senators said
they had over 70 signatures.
In addition, a "dear colleague"
letter co-sponsored by 12 Repre-
sentatives, including Dante Fas-
cell (D-Fl.), chairman of the
House Foreign Affairs Commit-
tee, and Larry Smith (D-Fl.),
began circulating in the House
at the beginning of this month.
Reps. James Florio (D-N.J.)
and Norman Lent (R-N.Y.) have
enlisted_ 76 co-sponsors for a
sense of the congress resolution
opposing the sale until Jordan
negotiated with Israel.
The Administration has given
no indication so far that it will
be deterred by the strong oppo-
sition it faces in Congress over
the arms package. To the con-
trary, Shultz made it clear in a
hearing of the Senate Foreign
Relations Committee ' last
Thursday that the President
would press ahead on schedule,
in spite of requests that he post-
pone the debate for at least an-
other five months, pending de-
velopments in the Mideast peace
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