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June 13, 1975 - Image 44

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1975-06-13

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

44 Friday, June 13, 1975

DRAPRIN

Bnai Brith Lodge Centennial
Celebrated in Grand Rapids

Photography

Weddings - Bar Mitzvah
Social Events

Grand Rapids' Julius
Houseman Lodge of Bnai
Brith will celebrate its
100th anniversary Sunday
with a centennial dinner at
Grand Rapids' Hotel Pan-
tlind.
The affair drew consider-
able attention in the Grand
Rapids Press, which devoted
three pages May 25 to the
history of the organization,
Grand Rapids' Jewish com-
munity and the namesake of
the lodge.
Grand Rapids' Julius
Houseman Lodge 238 claims
250 men, of the estimated
550 Jews in Grand Rapids,
and Sunday's dinner is ex-
pected to attract most of the
city's Jewish community.
"The Japanese Jewish girl,"
Miriam Misakura, will be
the entertainer for the eve-
ning.

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Grand Rapids (1852), who became Michigan's only Jew-
ish Congressman.

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Of UN Troops

TUNIS (ZINS). — West
European diplomats are
saying that there werethree
factors responsible for Syr-
ia's agreement to extend the
stay of the UN force on the
Golan Heights for an addi-
tional six months.

Zionist Organization of
Detroit will sponsor an art
auction 9:30 p.m. June 21 at
Is having a. fantastic
the Zionist Cultural Center.
to
Lithographs, etchings,
woodcuts, serigraphs, pain-
They are: Syria's entan-
tings and _watercolors will
entire
glethent with Iraq - in a con-
be
offered.
Works
by
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inventory
Chagall, Goya, Miro, Pi- .- flict over water rights which
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assistance of the United
States; and pressure by the
Soviets on Syria to keep the
situation tranquil.

`Kissinger—
Most Dangerous
For Israel'

HAIFA (ZINS) — Gen-
eral Ariel Sharon told a

group of students here that
Kissinger is "the most dan-
gerous person for Israel that
has ever been in a U.S. Ad-
ministration in the last 27
years."
Sharon said that every
time Kissinger comes to the
Middle East 50,000 Jews
should demonstrate their
protest outside the White
House.

Mon.-Sat. 10-5

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The lodge's namesake,
Julius -Houseman, emi-
grated from Bavaria at the
age of 19, and became a
successful Grand Rapids
banker, manufacturer,
land owner and political
figure.

He served as a city alder-
man from 1863-70, and was
elected to the Michigan leg -
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islature in 1871. A year later
Israel Sets Parley
1
he won election as Grand
Rapids mayor, reportedly
on Critical Care
the first Jewish mayor in
TEL AVIV — A confer- the state. Re-elected in 1874,
ence on critical care will be state Democrats wanted
held Dec. 20-30 in Tel Aviv him to run for governor, but
and Jerusalem in conjunc- he refused.
m tion with the inaugural cer-
Despite being a Democrat
emonies of the Israel So- in a solidly Republican dis-
o ciety of Medicine.
trict he won election to Con-
The conference is spon- gress in 1883, again becom-
m sored by the Albert Einstein ing the first, and only, Jew
College of Medicine, the from Michigan to be elected
four Israeli medical schools, to that office.
> the Society of Critical Care
r- Medicine in U.S., the Minis-
Why Syria Agreed
try of Health and the Israel
to Extend Stay
Surgical Society.

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