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November 16, 1962 - Image 18

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1962-11-16

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS — Fr iday, Novem ber 16, 1 962 —

We are privileged once again to welcome to our
community Israel's distinguished statesman, His Excel-
lency Abba Eban, Minister of Education of the State
of Israel.

Early in his career Abba Eban dedicated himself
to the ideal of redeeming Eretz Israel and of creating a
Jewish National Home for the millions of oppressed Jews
throughout the world.

Now one of Israel's outstanding statesmen and
public figures, Minister Eban has been a key personality
in the leadership of the State of Israel since its establish-
ment. He achieved world-wide prominence even before
the birth of Israel when he served as a representative
of the Jewish community of Palestine before the United
Nations committees which deliberated the Palestine
problem. He collaborated in the preparation of the Jew-
ish case before the General Assembly and the Security
Council and personally presented a part of the Jewish
plea which resulted in the U.N. vote for a Jewish state.

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gence as an independer
liant statesman and on',
permanent representati
Ambassador to the Unit
voice and symbol of Isra',
our country.
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of 'thunder and lightnir„
exceeding loud'. It is f
historian will one day r
of Israel, in its long tort
time, knew no pride an
pride and inspiration of ,
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Norman Allan AI Borman Tom Borman. Louis Berry Irwin I. Cohn

Daniel Laven Joseph Lee John E. Lurie

Charles Milan Max Osnos David Saha

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