Cumberland Evening Times from Cumberland, Maryland on February 19, 1952 · Page 12
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TWELVE EVENING TIMES, CUMBERLAND, MD,, TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 19, 1952 Phone 4600 for a WANT AD Taker Theme Of Brotherhood Week Stressed In Minister Forum "What constitutes real brotherhood" was the subject of a forum closing the Cumberland Ministerial Association's observance of Brotherhood Week at Central YMCA yesterday. Speakers were Rabbi Joseph C H A N E Y Storage Warehouse 23 Howard St. Private Railroad Siding Phone 3258 FOR HOUSEHOLD GOODS OR MERCHANDISf Schimelman, spiritual director of Beth Jacob Congregation; Earle L- Bracey, principal of Carver High School; and Rev. Louis 'Glantz, OJP.M. cap., pastor of SS Peter and Paul Church. In a brief talk on "The Jew's Attitude toward Christianity", Rabbi Schimelman said all believe in God but have different approaches. Jews, he said, have respect for all beliefs. Bracey, in a talk on "What a Negro Expects from Other Races" pointed out some of the conditions under which Negroes are forced to live and said many good people are unaware of these conditions. Father Louis speaking on "A Catholic Looks to the Protestant" said a Catholic grants to others the freedom it asks for itself and believes in the cooperation of all faiths for the good of the community. '•' Prior to the forum, a report was given on exchange of pulpits Sunday, in which ministers of 22 churches participated. Three new committees were appointed by the Ministerial Association. They are: Brotherhood, to foster the spirit of brotherhood throughout the year, Rabbi Schimelman, Rev. Carl H. Clapp, pastor of St. Mark's Evangelical and Reformed Church, and Rev. George A. Tate, pastor of McKendree Methodist Church. Cumberland Youth Council advisory committee, Rev. .W. Randolph Keefe, pastor of Grace' Baptist Church; Rev. E. W. Gearhart, pastor of First Christian Church, and Rev. Raymond Crowe, pastor of Cresaptown Methodist charge. Civil Defense, Rabbi Schimelman, Rev. O. Afton Linger, pastor of First Baptist Church, and Rev. W. W. Patterson, pastor Q. LaVale Methodist Church. LaVale PTA Plans Birthday Party Mothers of students in the First Grade rooms of Mrs. Mary Kroll and Mrs. Mary Gillner will be hostesses at a birthday party sponsored by the LaVale Parent-Teacher Association Thursday at 8 p. m. :.t the school. Members are asked to bring a penny for each year of their age. A Dr. James Naismith, Springfield, Mass.. deliberately invented the game of basketball in 1891, to provide indoor exercise for students. BRING YOUR ' FILM WORK to fa* d*v«Jop«^ " RAND'S 24 HOUR SERVICE WE SELL FILM OF ALL KINDS RAND'S Cor. Baltimore and Centre Sti, OLD RANGE ROUND-UP! 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