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July 14, 1967 - Image 38

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1967-07-14

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38—Friday, July 14, 1967



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Chamberlain Appoints


2 paved
roads. Over 4000 cars pass dail ■
7 mile South Ypsilanti. 12 miles •

Ann Gurvis and Annette Rose
have been appointed to the staff

•• 1.e.ise
of the B. F. Chamberlain Real

Estate Co. Oak Park office. They

Stoney Creek Shopping Center •
specialize in the Oak Park,

•: 9012 Stoney Creek Road • • will
Huntington Woods and South-
field areas. They can be reached

: at LI 8-1500.

Phone 1-484-7504
••° ••••••••••••••••••••••. • Sara Kasle, 67;

to Ann Arbor. 45 miles Detroit •
and Toledo. Near 2 expressways. • 1

Fast growing neighborhood. Nice •
2 bedroom apt. above store, plus • •

home next door If needed. In.
seniors down. balance terms.
or will sell property. 23 •
mirs here, I wish to retire. •


Toledo Leader



Sara Davidson Kasle. former
Detroit resident who shared with
her husband Joseph an active
collect Oil types of debts, back
interest in Toledo communal life.
rent — bad checks -- retail —
. died Saturday in the Ohio city. She
was 67.
KE 7-5650
Mrs. Katie was the sister-in-law
of Abe Kasle of Detroit and Louis
Kasle of Flint.
Until two years ago. Mr. Kasle
AI PAINTING, paperhanging. interior
UN 4-0326. UN 2-3873 after 6:30.
lived in Detroit. She was a mem-
ber of Pioneer Women. National
FURNITURE refinished and repaired.
Free estimates. UN 4.3547.
Co u n c i l of Jewish Women, Ha-
. dassah and Women's American
JULIUS ROSS MOVING CO. ORT. She had been active in syna-
gogue Sisterhoods (Temples Israel
By Hour or Flat Rate
and Beth El) here and in Toledo's
Local and Long Distance Packing. stor-
age. pianos. appliances. household furn- Temple Bnai Israel and Coiling-
wood Temple. She was in the
8829 Northend—Ferndala
auxiliary of Darlington House, To-
ledo's Jewish home for aged, of
which her husband was a bene-
Surviving are her husband. Jo-
Household and
Office Furniture
1 seph: a son, Kenneth Morris; a
daughter, Mrs. Milton H. (Evelyn)
London; two brothers, Louis and
Abraham Davidson of Arizona:
two sisters, Mrs. Arthur (Betty)
Lipsitt and Mrs. Albert (Kate)
FOR BETTER wall washing. call James
Russell. One day service. TO 6-4005.. Bluestein of California; and five
526 Belmont.

Yau pay only for results.





LI 8-9652

after 6 p.m.


Professionally maintained. Com-
pletely equipped. All teak decks.

VAlley 2-9778


c•ENERAI. ELECTRIC 40-Inch range.
Esc,tient condition. Whirlpool auto-
matic nastier. Reasonable. DI I-0965.


A lady who has nothing to do
desires some with nothing to
do so that we con do nothing

Write Details PO
Box 001
The Jewish News.
17100 W. 7 Mile Road,
Detroit, Mich. 40235

Rose Yackness, Age 78

Rose Yackness. a member of
Pisgah Chapter. Bnai Brith, and
of Cong Shaarey Zedek and its
sisterhood, died
Monday at age

Born in Russia. Mrs. Yackness
was a Detroit resident 45 years.
She resided at 18605 Lauder.

stirs icing are a son. Irvin
ton daughters, Mrs. Harold
er t ha ) Lachman and Mrs.
Thelma Polsky:
Issac and Louis Fishtrom, both of
Winnipeg; three grandchildren and
o great-grandchildren.

Editor's Note: "How the Israelis Really Did
is Look Magazine Columnist Leo Rosten's
contribution to postwar literature on the Middle
East's six-day tear. Although Rotten does not
pretend to be an expert on the situation, his
article in the current issue of Look throws some
interesting light on the subject. Here -are excerpts:


Profitable retail store in Ideal •

location. SI3M. groceries. meats. •
produce, notions.
hard,. are. Short hours — cash •

business --- no stamps. Located •


It Was All Israel's Fault for Defending Herself

Dr. Jack Agins

Dr. Jack Agins, former De-
troit physician, died in Los Angeles
July 7 at age 70. He was the
brother of insurance executive
Herman J. Agins, who died re-
Dr. Agins, who lived in Holly-
wood, was a graduate of the old
Detroit College of Medicine and
practiced in Detroit from 1920 to
1945. He then moved to California.
While in Detroit, Dr. Agins was
on the staff of Providence Hospi-
tal. He was also a former presi-
dent of Maimonides Medical So-
ciety and a president of the Noon
Study Club. He was a member
of both the Michigan and Cali-
fornia medical associations.
Survivors are his wife, Minna;
a son. Jack Jr.; three daughters,
Mrs. Nina Wolf, Mrs. Tania Erick-
son and Mrs. Sonia Anshain; and
a brother, Robert. Interment will
be in California.


Why did the Israelis fight so well?
Because they secretly hardened their muscles
by working as librarians. shoe clerks and theology
students. Nasser had been assured ihat Israel's
army consisted only of beatniks from Beersheba.
You could hardly expect him to recover from
shock when he discovered that 50-year-old Jews
were openly fighting on the side of Israel! This
was a flagrant violation on the side of Israel!
This was a flagrant violation of Egypt's treaty
with Russia. which clearly specifies that Israel's
armed forces should contain only arthritic men
over 70.
The Israeli Army contains an unfair
number of waiters from Tel Aviv. Anyone who
has ever eaten in a Tel Aviv restaurant knows
that for fallen arches and hutzpa, Tel Aviv
waiters are unequaled anywhere in the world. It
was a brazen violation of the Geneva Rules of
Civilized Warfare to put guns into the hands of
such outlaws.
Why did the Israelis get so worried just be-
cause Egypt grabbed the entrance to the Gulf of
Aqaba? Because "Aqaba" is the only word in
the English language that does not have a u after
the q. This upset the many Israelis who study
English in high school. Israel went to war in
order to capture the Gulf and put the u back
in its name. In this way, "Aqaba" could never
again be used as a trick question in high-school
Why did Israel bomb the Arab air forces?
Egypt. Syria and Jordan had announced that they
were about to destroy Israel, yet despite that, the
Israelis bombed Arab warplanes, which were
all peacefully on the ground and harming no
one. In addition, remember that the MIG planes
that Israel knocked out were Russian property,
since the Arabs had not paid for them. So Israel
was bombing planes that belonged to a neutral
power! How much sympathy can a nation expect
after it so callously damages other people's
Why did Israel attack Arab airfields from a
completely unexpected direction? That was typi-
cal of Israel's treachery. They never told the
Arabs what time they were going to attack, which
is what any civilized nation on the verge of being
destroyed does. Before the Allies landed on the
coast of North Africa during the last war, Gen-
eral Eisenhower telephoned Hitler and Mussolini
to tell them when we were arriving, so that it
could be an open, fair fight. We did the same
thing before invading Normandy: President
Roosevelt personally told Hitler where our troops
would land so that the Nazis would not be taken
by surprise. The Israelis know all this, but they
are dirty fighters. After all, Russia, India and
France had led the Arabs to believe that they
would be allowed to destroy the Israelis before
the Israelis had a chance to throw any sneak
Who started the actual shooting? Israel. The
only thing Egypt, Syria and Jordan did was to
place loaded pistols against Israel's head from
three sides, peacefully announcing their intention
to "annihilate," "exterminate," and "push Israel

into the sea." But did they do this? No! Egypt.
Syria and Jordan were very careful not to
exterminate Israel. They did not even push it
into the sea. Even the Israelis now admit this.
What should Israel have done? Israel should
have follewed the courageous example of U
Thant and lain down before the Arabs; then the
peace-loving tanks of Egypt, Jordan and Syria
could have driven right over the Israelis, and
there would have been no war.
Is it true that Israel broadcast an intercepted
conversation between Nasser and Hussein. in
which these two statesmen decided to say the
U.S. and England had attacked them? Yes! And
this shows the kind of people Nasser and Hussein
had to deal with—people who listen in on other
people's private telephone conversations. which
is against the regulations of the FCC.
How explain the fact that Israel, which has a
population of under three million, defeated
enemies with a total population of over 100
million? This is a dirty lie. It is Israel that has a
population of 110 million. The total population of
the 14 Arab countries that bravely allied against
Israel is 739, and that includes chiropodists.
Israel deliberately fooled Nasser into thinking it
is a small nation by cleverly using proofreaders
as spies; these unprincipled traitors slipped fake
population figures into all of the newspapers and
almanacs in the world.
What have the Arab nations done to try to get
along with Israel? For 19 years, the Arabs peace-
fully refused to recognize Israel; they patiently
boycotted all her goods; they pacifically forbade
trade and travel to or from that troublemaking
country; they created any number of helpful
border incidents that tried to teach the Israelis to
behave nicely and let law-abiding enemies walk
all over them.
Since 1956, the Egyptians have even closed
the Suez Canal to all shipping, under any flag, to
or from Israel. Ships might have carried war
materials such as sewing machines, mezuzas and
carbon paper. I don't know how much more the
Arabs could have been expected to do to. keep the
Israelis from provoking them.
Why did India support the Arabs? Because.
since 1946, India has received only $7,281,210,000
from the American Agency for International De-
velopment and the World Bank. We should quad-
ruple our gifts and loans to India in order to
keep it on the side of freedom.

Why 'did Israel fight on despite the censgre of
so many Arab and African countries? That was

Israel's greatest mistake. Any nation that ignores
the political judgement and military power of
states like Mauritania and Kuwait deserves to
pay for its stupidity.

What should be done with Egypt. Jordan and

Syria? Give them to the Indians. India could solve
all of the Arab countries' problems as easily as it
has solved its own.

What should be done about the Arab leaders
who have so long and so wisely led their peoples?

Nasser should replace U Thant in the UN. Then
Nasser would not have to ask U Thant's per-
mission the next time he wants to slaughter Israel.
The fact that the Israelis have beaten Egypt
three times in 20 years shows how important it is
to prevent this from happening again. King
Hussein, whose army and economy depend on
American aid, could get a job in a circus, biting
the hands that feed him.

What does the astounding Israeli victory
prove? That God is liable to be on the side of

people who fight for their freedom, their honor.
their children and their lives—even if such people
are pig-headed enough to fight entirely alone.

Services for Joh n Isaacs Today

Bnai Moshe and Pisgah Lodge,
Bnai Brith.
Mr. Isaacs, 13127 Winchester,
Huntington Woods, was born in
Hungary and came to Detroit when
he was 12.
Survivors are his wife, Ann; a
daughter, Mrs. Sheil (Bobbi) Sala-
snek of San Francisco; two broth-
ers, Samuel Berk of Boca Raton,
Fla., and Morse Berk of Miami,
and one grandchild.

Morris Fox Is Dead;
Aided Study of Nazi
Crimes Against Jews

Funeral services will be held
1 p.m. today at Kaufman Funeral
Chapel for John Isaacs, prominent
NEW YORK—Morris Fox, active
for many years in the linen indus-
in researching and publicizing Nazi
try and in Allied Jewish Cam-
crimes against the Jews, died here
at age 72.
Mr. Isaacs died Wednesday in
In 1954, Mr. Fox aided in the
Sinai Hospital at age 58. President
publication of "Harvest of Hate:
of City Towel Service Co., 1286
The Nazi Program for the Destruc-
Cal U Gets $1,000,000
Fourteenth, he was a past presi-
tion of the Jews in Europe." He
for Zellerbach Theater
dent of Knollwood Country Club,
also arranged for the publication
SAN FRANCISCO (JTA) — Michigan Linen Supply Board of
of a world guide to monuments for
The University of California has Trade and the Linen Supply Asso- Zim Lines Offers Free
Jewish victims of the Nazis, and
been given $1,000,000 by the Zel- ciation of America.
the display of poems and paintings
lerbach Family Fund to help build
made by children in the Theriesen-
In addition, he belonged to the Tours to Holy Places
an auditorium theater, which will One Hundred Club of Detroit,
Free organized tours to the Wail- stadt concentration camp in
be named Zellerbach Hall in honor Standard City Club, Zion Lodge ing Wall and other holy places in Czechoslovakia.
of the late Mr. and Mrs. Isadore F&AM, Detroit Consistory. Cong. Jerusalem will be offered to tour-
President of the Bent Glass
Zellerbach. Total cost of the new
ists arriving in Israel aboard ships Works, Inc., of Queens, Mr. Fox
building will be $6,800,000.
of the Zim Lines, it was announced retired five years ago.
Brazil to Honor Sabin
by the American-Israeli Shipping
Mr. Fox was a member of the
SAO PAULO (JTA)—Dr. Albert Co., Inc., U. S. representatives of National Commission on Jewish
Medical Center Grant
Affairs and a former member of
NEW YORK — Beth Israel S. Sabin, developer of live polio
A program of free sight-seeing the executive committee of the
Medical Center has received a vaccine which was instrumentann
grant of S1,306.154 from the Of- winning the battle over the dis- excursions is being worked out as American Jewish Congress. and a
fice of Economic Opportunity to ease, will be decorated with an a means of encouraging tourism delegate to the World Jewish Con-
gress in Brussels in 1966.
expand the health services pro- Order of Merit by President Costa to Israel.
The Zim Lines maintain weekly
gram of Gouverneur Hospital on Silva of Brazil and will be honored
The largest postage stamps ever
Manhattan's lower east side. The by Governor Roberto Abreu Sodre sailings from Marseilles, Naples
0E0 granted the Medical Center of the State of Sao Paulo with the and Piraeus to Israel with the issued were the 1913 Express
$661.000 in 1966 for the same pro- rare title of "Benefactor of Human- S/S Theodor Herzl and M/S Mole- Delivery stamps of China which
measured 9 3/4 by 2% inches.
ity. -
, gram.

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