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November 07, 1986 - Image 31

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1986-11-07

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that nobody would believe it
hadn't been staged.
The outtakes of Ben-Gurior
— never before seen in public
— were "very exciting" for
his grandson, Alon Ben Gur-
ion, 34, and a manager of the
Tel Aviv Hilton. "I was turn-
ing inside," he said.
Seeing Ben-Gurion walking
rith the taller Murrow re-
o linded Alon of his
grandfather's "march," a
rapid strut with his hands in
his pockets utilized to keep
up with his much taller body
guards. Indeed, most of
Alon's memories of his
grandfather — whom he sim-
ply call Ben-Gurion — were
warmly personal and apoliti-
cal. "He was my grandfather.
He brought us presents,"
Alon explained.
Not that Alon hasn't come
to consider his grandfather a
giant among leaders. He said
Israeli leaders, including
Shimon Peres, have told him
reverent stories. "You see
that he was an outstanding
statesman," he said.
Alon talked of Ben-
Gurion's seemingly photo-
graphic memory, his passion
for learning and love for his
wife. He also recalled the
night Paula died, when
Ben-Gurion took his children _
to Sde Boker to search for a
burial plot.
The premier chose a barren
slope. Alon's father said the
site would have to be filled
with sand. Ben-Gurion said
to fill it, and several bulldoz-
ers worked throughout the
night. "That's the guy, he
really pushed," said Alon.
Neither was he afraid, the
grandson continued. He
would have preferred not to
have body guards and at
least once refused to go to his
Jerusalem bomb shelter be-
cause he was too busy.
Alon
last
saw
his
grandfather two months be-
fore he died, but Ben-Gurion
was asleep. Three days later,
Alon was seriously wounded
in the Yom Kippur War. Dur-
ing his hospitalization, Ben-
Gurion also was hospitalized,
and neither could be moved.
Alon watched his
grandfather's state funeral on
television.
Funded by Hilton Interna-
tional, Alon has begun a 34-
day, 25-city celebratory
speaking tour of the U.S. "If I
was my grandfather," he
said, "I could . give you the
number of miles."

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In Gaza

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gers were injured by flying
glass when a gasoline bomb
shattered the windshield. It
failed to ignite. A second
bomb exploded on the road
near the car but caused no in-
juries or damage.

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