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November 08, 1974 - Image 30

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1974-11-08

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30—Friday; Nov. 8, 1974

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Enjoy Our New and Different
Tantalizing Tastes

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Now
Serving
,CoektailS.,.
Exotic
-Drinks
and
Fine
Wines

HOURS:

Tues. thru Thurs.
11 to 10 p.m.
Fri. & Sat.
11 to 12 midnight
Sunday
12 to 10 p.m.

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MICHIGAN
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Ben-Gurion Remembered

Numerous honorary de-
grees and awards have been
bestowed upon David Ben-
Gurion who is shown here in
cap and gown as the Hebrew
University in Jerusalem
made him an. Honorary Doc-
tor of Philosophy in 1957.
e.:
The first anniversary of
the death of David Ben-
Gurion, scholar, statesman

IOSI ~ ERIE
S.

Brought 'To you In Chafing Dishes & Complete Set-Up For

I believe a day will come
when Russian Jewry will
once again contribute of its
strength to the Jewish people
and to Eretz Israel (1937).

ROOM

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I am a strong believer in
vision: It was vision that
brought us hither. It was by
the strength of vision that we
built up this enterprise. Vi-
sion set up the state; vision
-gave us the Israel Defense
Forces and brought us vic-
I belieie that the Zionist tory.
vision does not emanate from
I believe that the state of
persecution . . . but that it is
deeply impressed in the Jew- Israel will always be a demo-
cratic state.

IRVING'S IS HERE!

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Special Businessmen's Luncheons from 11 a.m.
COMPUTE DINNERS NIGHTLY

I believe in three basic
things for , which it is worth-
while living and also dying—
the Jewish state, a Jewish-
Arab covenant, a socialist
regime.

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DINING and

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FINE ITALIAN-AMERICAN CUISINE

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and first prime minister of
the state of Israel, will be
observed on the 6th of Kislev
(Nov. 20): The following is
the first in a series of articles
in The Jewish News com-
memorating- the life of this
great man. •
David Ben-Gurion's "cre-
do," taken from his writings:
I believe in the concentra-
tion of the Jewish people in
Eretz Israel.

968-8666

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FOR FURTHER INFO
ASK FOR EARLE OR LENNIE

I believe in the Jewish ,
youth. For in it one can place
great Zionist faith, true love
for the Jewish people and the
Jewish homeland. It will not
spurn small things, nor sheer
from great tasks. It will an
swer the call whenever it is
made to it.

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I believe in the working
man. .. I don't so much care
about what he thinks: what
matters to me is what he
says and what he does.

Closed Mon.
Businessmen's Luncheons
1 1 a.m. - 3 p.m.

Earle Mostyn's

ish people's desire for na-
tional existence; in its his-
torical will-power to main-
tain its independence on the
soil of the homeland in which
it sprouted and in which its
national genius was molded.

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I believe that Jews will
come (on aliya) in large
numbers, without having to
be shipped, without a Hitler.
But this will not come about
by speech making, rathe:
through cultural work, eco-
nomic activity and incessant
creativeness which will trans-
form—this country into a
country unique of its kind
socially, economically, and
culturally.

Where good taste just
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I believd in the possibili-
tieS of peace and in the pros-
pects of peace in the world
at. large and in the ' Middle
East in particular — despite
everything.
'Or
I believe in our moral and
intellectual advantages,- in
our ability to be a unique
people capable of blazing the
path and serving as an exam-
ple for the redemption of the
human race.

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Hebrew U. Opens
50th Academic Year d

JERUSALEM—The Hebrew
University's 50th academic
year opened in October with
an enrollment of 18,000, in-
cluding 5,000 new students.
A tree planting ceremony
was held in memory of the
university's teacher s, stu-
dents and employes who fell
in Israel's wars.
New courses in environs
mental studies and computer
sciences, expanded studies in
Egyptian history and litera-
ture, and increased guidance
for demobilized soldiers and
Russian immigrants are some
of the new features offered
this year.

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