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August 06, 1976 - Image 18

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1976-08-06

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18 Friday, August 6, 1976

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Miss Universe Turns Heads Zionism Law in the Knesset
drew some criticism in
(JTA) —
During Meeting of Knesset A JERUSALEM
the Knesset on grounds
"basic law" declaring

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JERUSALEM (JTA) —
Miss Universe descended
on the Knesset last week
and with dazzling smile
and fluttering eye-lashes
put a swift end to an ab-
rasive floor fight that had
been going on over the
Palestinian question.
The shouting faded to a
whisper as the predomin-
antly male chamber
craned necks toward the
visitor's gallery to
glimpse 20-year-old Rina
(Mor) Messinger, the Is-
raeli beauty queen who
won the Miss Universe
title at Hong Kong earlier
last month.
Ms. Messinger arrived
as the guest of Knesset
Speaker Israel
Yeshayahu, who escorted
her accompanied by an
entourage of reporters
and photographers pop-
ping flash bulbs.
The voluble Meir Payil
of Moked who had the floor
at the time was dumb-
struck. His political an-
tagonist, Likud leader
Menachem Begin re-
marked, "We weren't lis-
tening to you anyway, as
usual Payil."
Pinhas Scheinman, of
the . National Religious
Party, acting speaker for
the day, was clearly em-
barrassed. "It's not a sin
to look," one MK called
out in response to his
pleas for order. The Or-
thodox MK agreed that as
long as "it is from a dis-
tance, it's okay." But
Scheinman rejected a
motion for a five-minute
recess to enable his col-
leagues to feast their
eyes untroubled by more
mundane matters.
Later, in the Knesset
lobbies, Miss Universe
greeted 75-year-old
Yohanan Bader, of
Herut, senior member of
the House in terms of age,

with a smacking kiss. The
old man seemed abashed
but Begin eased his dis-
comfit by courteously
kissing Miss Universe's
hand.
At a press conference
that followed, the "most
beautiful girl in the uni-
verse" assured reporters
that she was still "the girl
next door" that she always
was.
She said she would re-
sume her normal life in
Israel after her year of
glory ends. But until then
she pledged to do her bit
to aid Israel's informa-
tion drive around the
world and correct errone-
ous images of life in the
Jewish state.

that the state of Israel is
the materialization of
Zionism and that its capi-
tal is "undivided
Jerusalem which is sac-
red to the Jewish people
from the beginning of its
history," passed its first
reading in the Knesset
last Wednesday.
It was introduced as a
private members bill by
Elimelech Rimalt of
Likud in response to the
resolution equating
Zionism with racism
adopted by the UN Gen-
eral Assembly last
November.
The bill defines Zionism
as "the liberation and re-
naissance movement of
the Jewish people." It

that a "basic law" should
not be introduced as a
private bill and that it
was mainly of declarative
value. Basic laws require
a special majority to be
amended. They are
drafted with the inten-
tion of eventual incorpo-
ration into a written con-
stitution.

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gressions.
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S. Africa Minister
Takes Israel Trip

TEL AVIV (JTA) — The
foreign ministry confirmed
that Stephanus Botha,
South African minister for
mining and labor, visited
Israel last week.
The visit was supposed to
have been kept secret but
was revealed by Botha in an
interview on South African
television after his return
home.
Although Botha met with
Premier Yitzhak Rabin, the
main purpose of his visit
was talks withHaim Barley,
Israel's minister of com-
merce and industry, about
Israel's wish to import large
quantities of coal from
South Africa. The coal will
be used at the Hadera
Power Station.
Barley was invited to visit
South Africa and is ex-
pected to do so in the near
future. Under the economic
agreement signed during
Prime Minister John Vors-
ter's visit to Jerusalem ear-
lier this year, official talks
must be held annually be-
tween South Africa and Is-
rael. Barley would discuss
details of the agreement
when he goes to Johannes-
burg.

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