Buchenwald Option. to Brotherhood, Loynd Tells Round Table Session
Ina Lubin to Wed
Davis and Company, was hon-
ored for his "long leadership
in promoting the cause of good
will among peoples of the
world" at the $35-a-plate dinner.
Nate S. Shapero, chairman of
the board of Cunningham Drug
Stores and co-chairman of the
dinner, presented the 1962
Brotherhood Award to Loynd.
Loynd recalled vivid histori
-cal reminders of alternatives
to brotherhood in his speech
before the 1,000 dinner guests.
"Men have died trying to en-
force the principles of broth-
GOODWILL INDUSTRIES of erhood. During our lifetime,
Greater Detroit announces that we have seen what the alter-
Michigan Consolidated Gas Co. natives to being brothers can
will give some 7,000 items of sur-
plus furniture and equipment to Alpha Omega Parents
the organization at the time the
utility moves into its new office Plan Hanukah Party
building in the Civic Center.
The Parents of Chi Chapter,
John E. Hoskins, executive direc- Alpha Omega fraternity, will
tor of Goodwill, said Michigan hold a Hanukah latke party 8:30
Consolidated's donation is the p.m. Dec. 23 at the home of Mr.
largest single gift of furnishings and Mrs. Sam Ager, 13155 King-
ever received by any Goodwlil ston, Huntngton Woods. Hosts
for the evening will include also
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Mr. and Mrs. S. Leib, Mr. and
Governor John B. Swainson has Mrs. H. Lebres and Mr. and Mrs.
proclaimed Saturday as HUMAN A. Guyer. Friends are invited.
RIGHTS AND BILL OF RIGHTS
DAY, marking the 171st anniver-
sary of the -ratification by the
al b eyriity
state of the first 10 amendments
to the Constitution. Michigan At-
torney General Frank J. Kelley
will be the featured speaker at
a public commemoration of Bill
8920 W. 7 MILE
of Rights Day 8 p.m. Monday at
the Veterans Memorial Building.
MISS INA LUBIN
Mr. and Mrs. George Lubin,
15718 George Washington,
Southfield, announce the en-
gagement of their daughter, Ina
Frances, to Gerald Samuel
Kahn, son of Mr. and Mrs. Philip
Kahn, 17161 Greenlawn.
The future bridegroom has a
B.A. degree from Wayne State
University and is a student at
the Chicago College of Osteo-
pathy. A June 16 wedding is
Hadassah groups have an-
nounced plans for coming activi-
BAGLEY NORTH and WYOM-
ING GROUPS will meet for a
latke luncheon in celebration of
Hanukah 12:30 p.m. Wednesday
at Hadasah House. Rabbi Irwin
Groner, assistant rabbi of Cong.
Shaarey Zedek, will lead a panel
discussion on "Can We Prevent
Intermarriage?" Panelists will in-
clude Mesdames Jerry Botwin,
Muriel Israel and Arlene Rhodes.
Friends are invited, according to
Mrs. George Carson and Mrs.
Max E. Derin, presidents of Bag-
ley North and Wyoming, respec-
tively. For transportation, call
BAGLEY SOUTH GROUP will
meet 12:30 p.m. Tuesday at Ha-
dassah House. Coffee and cake
will be served. A panel consist-
ing of Mrs. David Schachter and
Mrs. Albert Elazar will discuss
"The Changing Concepts of Po-
litical Zionism." Mrs. Max Chom-
sky will moderate. Mrs. Ben
Krugel, vice-president of educa-
tion, is in charge of the program.
Friends are invited, according to
President Mrs. Alfred Feiler.
MEYERS GROUP will hold its
annual antique and country fair
11 a.m. to 4 p.m. Tuesday at the
Jewish Center, announces Presi-
dent Mrs. Bernard Mirvis. Booths
will feature a wide variety of
items, according to Mrs. David
Mattes, coordinator. For infor-
mation, call Mrs. Jack W. Pearl-
man, ticket chairman, DI 2-1459.
BUSINESS AND PROFES-
SIONAL GROUP will hold a
luncheon noon Sunday at The
Impressario, 14865 Wyoming, to
culminate its honor roll drive.
The group will see The Impres-
sario's "Opera in. Focus."
Friends are invited, according
to Frieda Silyberfarb and Geral-
dine Black, honor roll chair-
men. For reservations, call
Goldie Slakter, UN 2-6609.
Holds Open House
Dr. Maxwell M. Hoffman is
executive director and Jack
Schneyer, administrator, of the
Edgewater Convalescent Cen-
ter, 22811 W. Seven Mile.
The Center will hold an open
house 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. Sunday.
The facility can accommodate
94 patients with various diag-
noses and ages, particularly the
geriatric case. It is designed to
meet the medical, recreation,
spiritual and daily living needs
of its residents.
Kosher food will be available
for those observing the dietary
be — at Buchenwald, at Bel-
sen and, yes, even at Little
Rock and Oxford, Miss."
In his invocation Dr. Leon
Fram of Temple Israel, empha-
sized that today's "greatest goal"
is "the establishn4ent of peace
Among those present at the
Cobo Hall dinner were: Mr. and
Mrs. Nate S. Shapero, Mr. and
Mrs. Leonard N. Simons, Mr.
and Mrs. Tom Borman and Mr.
and Mrs. Hz Y. Levenson.
Shapero is a founder of the
Detroit Round Table. Simons
and Borman are board members
of the Round Table and Leven-
son is 1963 Brotherhood Week
chairman for radio and televi-
This was the sixth year that
Jewish comedian Alan King has
donated his entertainment serv-
ices to the Brotherhood Dinner.
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*Good Friday, Saturday and Sunday
JEWISH NEWS -- Friday, December 14, 1962
By RICHARD APTEKAR
Harry J. Loynd, in his address
to the 34th annual dinner of
the Detroit Round Table last
w e e k, challenged citizens to
"grasp, believe and practice"
the principles of brotherhood or
risk further deterioration in re-
lationships between religious
and racial groups.
Loynd, president of Parke,