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The Detroit Jewish News, 1969-04-04

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Editorial

Feidur, -April 4, 1969-7

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Tribute to Eisenhower—Saga of Kindness

Dwight David Eisenhower's name is inerasable from history—not only the American
but the world records.
As the heroic commander of the Allied forces in World War II, his role is among the
most important in the annals of humankind.
He was a kindly man and he rose to the greatest position attainable by man—the
Presidency of the United States.
No man is faultless. He won't be rated among the great Presidents. But he will,
nevertheless, retain the love and respect of generations, just as he had acquired it in his
lifetime. It was an acknowledged view among students of political affairs, that he could
have been re-elected time and again, had the legal provisions permitted it and had he
wished it, because of the great affection in which he was held by his fellow citizens.
Yet, like all mortals, he had his shortcomings, and he had one blot on his record.
Arthur Krock, veteran New York Times Washington correspondent, in his book
"Sixty Years on the Firing Line—Presidents I Have Known", in which he describes his
experiences with Presidents since Theodore Roosevelt, wrote glowingly about Presi-
dent Eisenhower and praised his record, with this reservation:
"A blemish on this record, in both the contemporary and hind-sight judgement
of some experts in foreign affairs, was the frustration by the United States of the Anglo-
French-Israeli military expedition against Egypt in 1956. It is conceivable that these
allies, probably the Israelis alone, could have kept the Suez Canal international and free
for all shipping, overthrown Gamal Abdel Nasser's regime in Egypt and at least post-
poned for a while the threat of general conflict generated in 1967 by the provocations
of the Six-Day War in the Middle East."
Many held that view. An editorial in the New York Times (March 5, 1969), on "Mrs.
Meir and Mideast Peace," contained this paragraph:
"President Nasser's expressed hope is that the Nixon Administration will repeat
the Eisenhower policy of 1957 and force Israel's withdrawal without a true peace settle-
ment. But that arrangement led to the 1967 war and Washington is unlikely to fall
into the same trap twice." -
The Eisenhower error is, as Krock wrote, "a blemish" on his record.
But the many tributes to the departed ex-President affirm the love and respect in
which Gen. Eisenhower was held, the appreciation of his kindly nature, the truth in the
statement that was made by David Ben-Gurion to Gen. S. L. A. Marshall after the Sinai
Campaign that he can not forget the compassion of the U. S. General of the Army. Ben-
Gurion had said that "Eisenhower was .a saintly figure when he helped the displaced per-
sons after the war on Hitlerism."
The late President's good qualities will be remembered in good faith and for his kind-
ness and many accomplishments his memory is blessed.

El Al Jetliner Flight to Denmark Is Canceled
Apparently on Word of Terrorist Attack Plan

COPENHAGEN (JTA) — El Al
canceled its regular flight from
Tel Aviv to Copenhagen Monday
apparently on information that
Arab terrorists planned to attack
the airliner when it landed at Kas-
strup Airport here.
Airport officials gave no official
reason for the cancellation which
was announced on short notice,
but at least 30 armed police offic-
ers took up positions at the air-
field before the scheduled arrival
time of the El Al jet, and two
police boats patroled the sea off
the airport.
Sources here said Israeli intel-
ligence agents had tipped off Dan-
ish authorities to the planned at-
tack and that Danish police were
watching a man identified as the
head of the Scandinavian branch
of El Fatah, the Palestinian
guerrilla organization. In attacks
at Athens and Zurich airports in
recent months, the Popular Front
for the Liberation of Palestine
claimed credit.

Eisenhower Saluted by Israel, Jewry

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which would have carried 90 pas-
sengers and crew-members, was

scheduled to land here at 3:20 p.m.
local time but never took off from
Tel Aviv, airport officials said.

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. Allied armies,:-who liberated Eu- as citizens stood with him, are
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tect of the free world's victory rope from Nazism and on the com- joined in sorrow."
over fascism to whom Israel and passion and understanding he
the Jewish people owe an unfor- showed the survivors of the Holo-
gettable debt of gratitude for caust. "Having seen the fruits of
his "compassion and understand- bigotry in the liberated death
lug of the displaced persons sur- camps of Nazi Europe, he dedi-
cated his life to the struggle
viving the Nazi terror."
against injustice, persecution and
Israel's Prime Minister Golda slavery," one statement read.
Xeir referred to Gen. Eisenhower
Dr. Emanuel Neumann, chair-
IR a radio broadcast Sunuday as
•ga great man," a great President man, Jewish Agency for Israel-
and a lover of peace, in spite of, American Section, stated:
"General Eisenhower, both as
Or because he was also a great
President and as Commander-in-
general.
At 80 the oldest head of state to Chief of the Allied Forces, was al-
attend the funeral rites, Shazar ways a man of great humanitarian
ALBERT COHEN
was one of the few to be invited by impulses. His friendly intercession
Manager
OUR GOAL IS TO PROVIDE THE MOST RELIABLE
airs. Eisenhower to pay a personal
Oak Park Office
tall. Their meeting was described in behalf of the survivors of the
AND COMPLETE REAL-ESTATE SERVICE AVAILABLE
Holocaust, and his cooperation
by observers as "poignant."
Shazar expressed the grief felt in with many of the refugees in their
braeL He said many Israelis, par- desire to emigrate to Palestine,
ticularly those liberated from the contributed to the upbuilding of
SOUTHFIELD MEADOWS
HUNTINGTON WOODS
WEST OF SOUTHFIELD
death camps of Europe, had a what is now Israel. He also helped
Near • 10 Mile is this newly listed
A beautiful grey sculptured brick
Possibly the best buy of the year.
great admiration and respect for
ranch, built 1966. Three large bed-
custom built ranch. 1,800 square feet
A brick colonial with a large family
the late President. Mrs. Eisen- open the doors to those survivors
of living area. Three very large bed-
rooms. 11/2 baths, terrific family room
room. Three large bedrooms. 11/2
rooms. Two full baths. Pass hall
with built-ins. Central air condition-
hower, visibly touched, conveyed of Nazi terrorism that sought to
floor plan. Completely built in
ing. Very expensive carpeting and
baths. Fireplace in the living room.
kitchen Panelled den. Beautifully
drapes. Full tiled basement. At-
her best wishes and warm regard come to the U.S. As President, he
Formal dining room. Large kitchen.
carpeted. Central air conditioning.
tached 2 car garage. $36,700. EL 3-
to the people of Israel. She said was keenly aware of Israel's need 9000.
Finished basement. 21/2 car garage.
Full basement Beautiful lot. 2 car
garage. $43,900 FHA terms. EL 3-9000.
she had always been proud of her for American help and the neces-
Would you believe only $30,900. EL
GROWING
FAMILY?
3-9000.
husband's pro-Israel feelings.
You'll love this 5-bedroom Southfield
sity of maintaining free access for
OAK PARK
brick tri with 21/2 baths, central air
Looking for a sparkling clean S
(JTA reports that President Sha- its shipping in the Gulf of Aqaba
CUSTOM BUILT BRICK RANCH
conditioning, all built-in kitchen in-
bedroom bungalow? See this one
cluding refrigerator-freezer. Conveni-
zar had planned to spend the first and the Straits of Tiran. He was a
3 bedroom, den, formal dining room,
with
basement
and garage in a good
located in 10 Mile Greenfield
Oak Park location. $19,500. LI 8.1500.
Passover seder night with his man of dignity and good will, a ently
living room, family kitchen with
area. $39,900. LI 8-1500.
built in stove, full tiled basement
spiritual leader, Menahem M. man whose passing is sadly la-
CRANBROOK
BEACON SQUARE
with bath. Extra half bath off
Schneerson, the Lubavitcher Reb- mented by both American Jewry Tastefully appointed brick colonial
First offering on this Rodney Lock-
master bedroom. Central air con-
wood brick ranch built 1959. Three
in Southfield. Beautifully landscaped
be, in Brooklyn. Cabinet members and the people of Israel."
ample bedrooms with good closet
ditioning, 2 car garage in Mint
lot. Good size bedrooms. Multiple
apparently prevailed upon Sha-
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space. Large living and dining room.
baths. 25 foot family room with
Condition. Oak Park near schools
Table space in the kitchen. Full
fireplace. Glass door wall to patio.
zar to spend the holiday in his
and transportation. $27,800. LI 8-1500.
basement is tiled and panelled. Gas
Nice recreation room in the base-
A statement on behalf of De-
FA heat. Beautiful lot Two car
own country and returned to Israel troit's Jewish organizations, issu-
ment. Attached two car garage.
garage. FHA 328,500. EL 3-9000.
FHA terms, $41,900. EL 3-9000.
SIMPLY MAGNIFICENT
on Tuesday. He attended a White ed by Judge Lawrence Gubow,
reception
for
heads
of
state.
9
MILE-MANISTEE
AREA
Is this 1967 built reclaimed brick
House
CONTEMPORARY BRICK RANCH
president of the Jewish Commun-
Sharp 2 bedroom ranch with 11/2 car
colonial. Four bedrooms, 11/2 baths.
3 Bedroom brick ranch north of Oak
The cabinet was concerned that ity
garage. Close to bus line and schools.
Council, contains this- tribute:
Park Blvd. and East of Greenfield.
Pass hall floor plan. New wool
Early occupancy. Priced for quick
the U.S. government might be em- "Detroit's
Full
tiled basement with bath, at-
Jewish organizations
carpeting and custom drapes. 'Tre-
sale, $16,500. LI 8-1500.
tached brick garage, quality w/w
barrassed by the problem of how and their members are grieved
mendous country kitchen. Panelled
carpeting and central air condition-
NEW COLONIALS
to treat Israel's head of state on a by the passing of a great Amer-
ing.
Plus
extras for only 225,700. Call
family room with fireplace. Glass
Southfield all have four bedrooms,
LI 8-1500.
private visit while Israel is engaged ican. Outstandingly, General Eis- in
doorwall to patio and marion blue
multiple baths and family rooms.
intensive
political
consultations
Most
have
first
floor
laundry
rooms.
lawn. Thermo payne windows. Base-
in
SOUTHFIELD
enhower emerged in our time as a Excellent floor plans. Built in
A very spacious four bedroom ram-
ment. Attached 2 car garage. As-
with Washington.
kitchens. Attached 2 car garage.
symbol of all that is right and
bling brick ranch on an acre of
sume mortgage of $22,100 or new
Basement. Excellent locations. Prices
• •

land.
Two
full
baths. 26 foot family
good and decent about our nation range from $39,900 to $51,900. EL
FHA only $37,900. EL 3-9000.
room with fireplace. 28 foot li
and its aspirations. As a military 3.9000.
room. 18 foot family kitchen. B uilt
Jewish Organizations Cite
1958. Nicely carpeted. Attached 2
HUNTINGTON WOODS
BIRD WATCHING
leader who turned back the Nazi
General's Sense of Justice,
car garage. Asking $39,900. El. 3-9000.
This custom 2 bedroom, 3 bath
4 Bedroom brick bungalow in lovely
hordes and who liberated the brick
ranch with a 2 car attached
wooded area. 2 Baths, large living
Sympathy for War Survivors
wretched survivors of Europe's
garage is located on
ch a ice
200'
YOU MUST SEE THIS ONE!
room, dining room, nice kitchen with
A sh
lot in Huntington Woods. Ito affords
3 bedroom ranch with faunal
NEW YORK (XI%) — The sad- concentration camps; as a states-
a picture book setting with complete
dishwasher, disposal. Extras include
room, built in dishwasher, new car.
privacy. A den plus a 41' recreation
peting and numerous extras. ON a
carpeting, 1 unit air conditioner,
ness of the JewiSh comunity over man who led in the pursuit of
room
is
ideal
for
entertaining.
Many
large
wooded
lot close to school and
peace,
Gen.
Eisenhower
was
at
all
tool shed and attic fan. Covered ter-
transportation. Call now.
extras. Priced right at $55,000. LI
Gen. Eisenhower's death at 78 was
s24.900
FHA. LI 8-1500.
race. $31,500. LI 8-1500.
8-1500.
expressed in statements issued by times a champion of freedom.

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b. f. chamberlain co.

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the major Jewish organizations. Those of us in the Jewish com-

All of them focused on Gen. Eisen- munity who as veterans had
hower's role as commander of the fought with him, and all of us who

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Oak Park

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