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July 26, 1968 - Image 6

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1968-07-26

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6—Friday, July 26, 1968

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

20 Egyptian Officers Court-Martialed
I for Allowing Israeli Jets to Fly Over

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Louis Lande Dies; Beth Israel Leader

Louis S. Lande, 83, a founder
and past president of Cong. Beth
Israel and a former Flint business-
inan, died July 21.
Mr. Lande, who had lived in
Desert Hot Springs, Calif., for
the past 20 years, came to Flint in
1915 from Battle Creek. He was
born in Russia.
He founded the old Lande Iron
and Metal Co., which he owned for
25 years. Mr. Lande was a mem-
ber of the Kiwanis, Elf Khurafeh
Shrine Temple and Bay- City Con-
sistory. He had been active in
many civic and Jewish philan-
thropic organizations here.
His father, Herschel, was one

Youth on
the Move

Karen Leitson, daughter of Mr.
and Mrs.- Morton Leitson, was co-
editor of the 1968 Spectrum, stu-
dent yearbook of Southwestern
High School, which was awarded
a score of "A's" by the National
School Yearbook Association in the
18th annual competition for school
and college yearbooks.
* *- *
The Flint Board of Education
lists the following senior and
junior high school students who
received all A's for the final
marking period of 1967-68. Among
them were:
Northern High: Sandor Shoichet,
Lisa Braun and Larry Fink.
Northwestern High: Randy Sills
and Debra Lowenthal.
Central High: Fred Other;
Longfellow Junior High: Helen
Bas, David Failer, Leonard Fink,
Joel Kaufman, Andrea Krakower,
Mitchell Leavitt, Jack Schafer,
William Schwartz, Laurie White
and David Mandelstamm.
Zimmerman Junior High: Brad-
ley Shapiro.
Holmes Junior High:, Richard.
Sehulmeister and Barbara Lowen-
thal.
Whittier Junior High: Leslie
Klein.

Comings ...
and
• • • Goings

Jerry Jacob, 1613 Maplewood,
has been named general manager
of radio station WNOV, Milwau-
kee. Jacob, general manager of
radio station WAMM, Flint, for
the last four years was on the
board of directors of the Urban
League of Flint and COMPACT,
Genesee, County's antipoverty
agency.

of the first rabbis to conduct re-
ligious services for Cong. Beth
Israel.
Mr. Lande leaves three sons.
William and Jack and Alex, both
of Los Angeles; four daughters,
Mrs. Edward Sigel, Mrs. Lewis
Kaufman, Mrs.' Louis Haas of
Owosso, and Mrs. Meyer Dritch of
Tulsa; a brother, Sam; a sister,
Mrs. Philip Cohen of San Fran-
cisco; and five grandchildren.

LONDON (JTA) — About 20
Egyptian Air Force officers have
been court-martialed as a result
of a daylight reconnaissance flight
by two Israeli Mirage jet fighters,
it was reported from reliable
sources in Egypt.
The sources said that the recon-
naissance action took place about
10 days ago when the fighters
penetrated. Egypt's Soviet-supplied
air defense network between the
Suez Canal and Cairo. Scores of
eyewitnesses were said to have

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Classified Ads Get Quick Results

Influx of Arab Students
to Israel Rises to 200 Daily

.

JERUSALEM' (JTA)—The num-
ber of Arab students crossing
from Jordan to spend the holidays
with their families on the West
Band rose sharply the latter part
of last week and .averaged 200
daily as against the 50 previously
reported. It was believed the in-
crease was the result of the Jor-
danian goyerninent's announce-
ment that it would exchange pass-
ports bearing the Israel entrance
stamp. Other Arab nations do not
honor a passport bearing the Is-
raeli stamp.

Community
Calendar

July 29—Temple Beth El Board
of Trustees meeting, 8:30 p.m.
July 30—Bnai Brith Golf Stag,
noon, Willowood Country Club.
July 31—Willowood Bridge Lec-
ture Series, 12:30 p.m.
August 3
Willowood Square
Dance, 8:30 p.m.

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Flint's Top Blood Donor

When the new Flint -Regional
Red Cross Blood Center opened,
the first donor was Harry Feld-
man. 211 W. Newall, who gave his
80th pint of blood to the Genesee-
Lapeer Red Cross Chapter.
Feldman is the top donor in
Genesee County, according to
chapter records. He has been giv-
ing blood since 1951, a year after
the blood program started here.

First Israel Bank, Trust
Succeeds NY Bank Leumi

NEW YORK—The commence-
ment of operations of First Israel
Bank and Trust Co. of New York
was announced by Dr. Y. Foerder,
chairman of Bank Leumi le-Israel
of which the new bank is a sub-
sidiary.
First Israel Bank, Wall St. is
chartered and regulated under the
laws of the state of New York and
is a member of the Federal Deposit
Insurance Corp. The new bank,
with capital funds of $7,000,000,
succeeds the New York branch of
Bank Leumi.

seen the Mirages swoop between
the C^iro I - t'rnitional Airport
and rt
y military field be-
fore hea iri
C.'1; to Israel.
The Egyptian Air Force and
ground defense made no apparent
attempt to stop them, according
to some reports. But others, which
could not be confirmed, said that
one Egyntian MIG fighter gave
chase. Tile court-martial showed
how gravely Egypt regarded the
incident, the sources said.

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