Prime minster Menachem Begin returned to work to day after recovering from a blood clot in his brain which has kept him incapacitated for the past two weeks.
Begin leaving home.
Begin arriving office
INT. P.M.'s offc. Begin's staff birthday party for him. He was 66 the day he left hospital last week.
Ministers entering: Defence Min. Ezzer Weizman Agriculture Min. Arield Sharon Foreign Min. Moshe Dayan
INT. Cabinet meeting Room: Begin flanged by spokesmen Airyeh Naor and Dep. PM. Yigael Yadin, Weizman Sharon and Finance Minister Simcha Ehrlich talking to Int. Min. Yosef Burg Begin and Weizman exiting.
Spokesman Naor giving Cabinet statement and answering questions.
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Background: Prime minster Menachem Begin returned to work to day after recovering from a blood clot in his brain which has kept him incapacitated for the past two weeks. The weekly meeting discussed today the state of Israeli American relations, the economy and the actions of the cabinet in the past week. (For, Minister Moshe Dayan in the last session had criticized the government and threatened to resign).