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February 16, 1962 - Image 21

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1962-02-16

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size how much your work is
By ALFRED A. MAY
President, Detroit Round Table appreciated, how valuable it is,

President Kennedy told a
number of us at a White House
reception for the Board of the
National Conference of Christ-
ians and Jews:
"Gentlemen, I want to ex-
press my great pleasure at hav-
ing you here today at the White

and what a service you are
rendering. Thank you."
America is made up of groups
differing in cultural, economic,
ethnic and religious back-
grounds. This situation can lead
to bitterness and conflict, as it
often has, or it can lead to
strengthening and enriching our
society, as we of the Detroit
Round Table believe it can.

It will if we, during
Brotherhood Week and at all
other times, examine our own
attitudes toward those who
differ from us.

ALFRED A. MAY

House. I think your efforts in
this field represent a very val-
uable service to our country.
"We have every reason to
believe that our various religi-
ous denominations should live
together in the closest harmony.

"We should set a happy
model for the world, but like
all things, these things can-
not be taken for granted. Your
efforts, really, over the
period of 30 years
have done per
ore than
any other
r in our na-
tional li
o provide for
harmo
s living among our
diff
t religious groups.

elcome you here. I c
gr late you for t e eff
are making
are perfor
nction as ci
re, speakin
ersonally, we w

Throughout the year, the De-
troit Round Table is bringing
about increasing understanding
among groups that differ; it is
bringing about cooperation
among these groups on common
problems; it is helping parents,
teachers, policemen, and other
community leaders to replace
bigotry and prejudice with good
will.
We call upon all people in
this Brotherhood Week to re-
affirm a strong stand for good
will and to act in every possible
situation that we may have
"liberty and justice for all."

Brotherhood Meeting
of Ro JWV Post, AL,
, Th day Night

t. Roy F. reen Post of
erans of the
War
spo or a Brother-
USA
hood meting, intly with the
ican Legion and
Southfield A
Veterans of reign War posts,
•.m., Th day, at the Mich-
Bel
ldg.
hn emon, Michigan JWV
d a former. Green Post
ander, will preside. Guests
include Mayor Clarkson
nd the members of the City
Council of Southfield.

'Brotherhood Inspires Anew Our Ideals'

and dislikes; we have prejudices.
We need to take a hard look at
these prejudices. Are they hurt-
ing others? And, what is often
overlooked, are they hurting the
one who is prejudiced?
In our democracy, we are
committed to cultural pluralism.
We have the privilege of hold-
ing views in many areas which
may not conform to the majority
opinion. In the field of religion,
we may worship as we please.
We must, however, grant to all
others the same privilege. This
is democracy. This is brother-
hood.

By ROBERT M. FREHSE
Executive Director,
Detroit Round Table

Brotherhood Week is a time
for rededication to the princ-
iples of living together which
we believe should be practiced
throughout the year.
Independence D a y reminds
us of our patriotic obligations;
religious holidays inspire us
anew to moral and spiritual
ideals. So we attempt in Brother-
hood Week to take a good look
at our society, our city and our
community. Above all we try
to see ourselves.
All of us have preferences

We, the officers and directors

of Public Bank, congratulate

you and extend our best wishes

for continued progress in the

field of human relations.

George 0. Ames

Philip K. Mebus

Henry J. Angeli

Chester J: Meldrum

William T. Beaufait

Henry J. Miarka

Louis Berry

John C. Milne

Herbert L. Bobke

Jerry Moore

Fred Braun

James P. Murtha

C. John Burke

G. E. Pyle

James I. Butler

Herman A. Rummel

David H. Couke

Charles G. Scribner

Claude A. Cruso

Brotherhood .. .

Helps us protect our most sacred posses-
sions the future of our children, the
liberties of all faiths and races who make
up this great community of Americans.
The ideal of true Brotherhood was given
birth by the Hebrew Prophet Malachi, who
challenged all who may balk at the prin-
ciple of good will at justice when he said:
"Have we not one father? Has not one God
created us?"

R. Shirk, Jr.

Paul De P

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Jesse E. Tri

arry Granader

J.

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L. Harden

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is, Sr.

Robert E. Verhelle

Charles A. J. Kotcher

William H. Verhelle

William J. Ladouceur

Gerald L. Wells

Charles . H. Mahoney

Bernard J. Youngblood

Robert E. McCarthy, Jr.

Jerome J. Zielinski

Richard J. Zinger

May genuine Brotherhood guide us every-
where and may our slogan always be, in
the words of the Psalmist:
"Behold, how good and how pleasant it is
for brethern to dwell together in unity!"

Mr. and inES. Abe tWasie

MEMBER FEDERAL DEPOSIT INSURANCE CORPORATION

21 — THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS -- Friday, Feb ruary 160.962

Detroit Round Table President
Alfred May: 'Examine Attitudes'

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