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July 18, 1980 - Image 42

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1980-07-18

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

42 Friday, July 18, 1980

Lottie Bernholtz Is Elected
Israel Government Quiet
Begin Leave Hospital,
Continues Recovery at Home on Jerusalem-as-Capital Bill Windsor Jewish Body Head

JERUSALEM (JTA) —
Premier Menahem Begin
left Hadassah Hospital
Monday in what his doctor
described as a very satisfac-
tory condition after treat-
ment for a mild heart attack
he suffered some two weeks
ago.
Dr. Mervyn Gottesman
said Begin would have to
rest at home for another two
weeks and continue to take
"light medication" before he
can resume his regular
work load.
On leaving the hospital,
Begin told reporters that
the Arabs can have "even 20
flags flying in Jerusalem"
provided that the Arab
states recognize Israel and
Jerusalem as its capital. He
made that remark when
asked to comment on
President Anwar Sadat's
recent observation that it
would be in Israel's interest

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to have Arab flags raised
over the Moslem holy sites
in Jerusalem.
Begin also commented on
France's sale of uranium to
Iraq which he called "a very
serious development." Act-
ing Premier Yigael Yadin
said on a television inter-
view that Israel has ex-
pressed its concern "in dip-
lomatic and other channels"
to the French government
and was taking other action
which he did not specify.

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JERUSALEM (JTA) —
The government has
adopted a noncommital
stand with regard to the
controversial draft bill af-
firming united Jerusalem
as Israel's capital.
The measure, submitted
to the Knesset last May by
Geula Cohen of the Ultra-
Nationalist Tehiya faction,
is scheduled for its first
reading Wednesday.
Interior Minister Yosef
Burg refused to take a posi-
tion on the bill when he ap-
peared before the Knesset's
Foreign Affairs and Secu-
rity Committee Monday.
Asked by Labor Party
leader Shimon 'Peres pre-
cisely where the govern-
ment stands, Burg said he
would advise Knesset
members to vote "according
to your conscience and your
common Sense."
The Jerusalem Bill,
which would be incorpo-
rated into basic law, has
had international reper-
cussions. After the Knes-
set vote to sent it to com-
mittee in mid-May,
President Anwar Sadat
of Egypt reversed a deci-
sion to resume the au-
tonomy talks which he
had suspended some
weeks earlier.
The bill's approval by the
Knesset's Legal Committee
last month coincided with a
United Nations Security

Court Orders-
DST for Israel

JERUSALEM (JTA) —
The Supreme Court ordered
Interior Minister Yosef
Burg Sunday to introduce
daylight saving time in Is-
rael without undue delay.
The 2-1 majority decision
also cautioned the Minister
not to resort to specious
arguments as a pretext not
to implement the order.
Representatives of Burg,
who is a leader of the Na-
tional Religious Party, had
argued that daylight saving
, time would save only neg-
ligible amounts of energy
and would create difficul-
ties for Orthodox Jews be-
cause they would have to
rise earlier for their morn-
ing prayers and the Sabbath
would end, later.
They also said that the
summer time could not be
effected immediately be-
cause airlines serving Israel
would first have to reprint
their schedules.
The court's ruling was in-
itiated on an action brought
by Zeev Segal, an engineer
from Ramat Gan, who has
been conducting a public
campaign in favor of day-
-light saving time as a
means of saving energy.
Energy Minister Yitzhak
Modai welcomed the ruling.

New Lady Cop

TORONTO (JTA) — The
Toronto police force has its
first Jewish policewoman.
Ruth Mendelsohn, a native
of Vegreville, Alberta, and
a nurse by profession, was
sworn in as an officer. She
joined the police depart-
ment two years ago as a civi-
lian radio dispatcher.

Council vote in favor of a
resolution condemning Is-
rael for its activities in
Jerusalem. Many observers
saw this as a deliberate act
of defiance by Israel.
Knesset sources were un-
certain whether the bill
would go through the re-
quired tihree readings be-
fore the Knesset adjourns
for its summer recess at the
end of this month. The
speaker's office has been
stressing that the measure
is being processed normally,
neither faster nor slower
than any other pending
legislation.
In Washington the State
Department reiterated its
position on Jerusalem and
said it was not aware that
the issue raised difficulties
at the autonomy talks be-
tween Israel and -Egypt
which resumed in - Cairo
after being suspended for
more than two months.
"I'm not aware that the
discussions on Jerusalem
have hit a snag," the de-
partment's chief spokes-
man, John Trattner, said in
reply to questions.
on
position
"Our
Jerusalem is known to both
parties to the talks. There
was an exchange of letters
about Jerusalem at the time
of the Camp David
frameworks . . . Our posi-
tion on Jerusalem before a
settlement is not to pre-
judge it," he said.

Lottie Bernholtz was first being Leone Schott.'
Elected with Mrs. Ber
elected president of the
Windsor Jewish Commu- nholtz were William Silver,
nity Council at its annual Harold Taub and Richa
Rosenthal, vice presidents,
meeting.
Mrs. Bernholtz held sev- Alan Orman, treasurer, am::
Jerry Alexis, secretary.
eral positions in Shaar
Hashomayim Sisterhood,
from treasurer to president.
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